A-level & Undergraduate Philosophy Tutoring Services
I offer a range of both A-level and undergraduate tutoring services
I offer one-to-one and small group tailor-made tutorials in and around the Dorking area.
I also conduct tutorials via Skype.
My rate is £45 per person/hour
A-Level Essay Writing and Proof-Reading
Writing an essay is a difficult undertaking. It is designed to test your knowledge and show how well you can discipline your thoughts about it in a formal way.
A-level/Pre-U philosophy papers demand excellent essay writing skills.
I offer an essay tutoring service designed to help you achieve the best possible grades through developing the skills required to write an excellent essay.
How It Works: You send me a copy of your essay electronically to email@example.com or use the contact button below.
Word documents are best. I will mark it in detail using the comment function and suggest specific ways in which it can be improved. I will also supply questions and recommend further reading to aid future learning.
Fees: It costs £12 per marked script. You will be able to pay online securely using PayPal or by making a direct bank transfer if you prefer. I will provide my bank details at the appropriate time.
University coursework is tough, not least because guidance outside your lectures can be difficult to find; writing skills need to be sophisticated and your research thorough. You need to ensure the structure of your work is coherent and that it reflects the degree level at which you are supposed to be working.
Having taught and examined undergraduate philosophy at Heythrop College (University of London) for nine years, I know what is required and am able to help you.
Services & Fees
Proof-reading from £12.00: This covers basic spelling and grammar. I will correct and, in some cases, re-phrase your work.
Essay Marking and Commentary from £20: This covers spelling, grammar, stylistic correction and detailed commentary on your work. All you need to achieve a better mark.
Essay Marking, Commentary and Tutoring from £30: Covers all proofing, provides a detailed commentary, re-phrasing and specific written advice on re-drafting.
To discuss your requirements email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or use the contact button at the bottom of the page.
You will be able to pay online securely using PayPal or by making a direct transfer if you prefer. I will provide my bank details at the appropriate time.
Marked essays will not be released until payment has been received.
Suggested A-Level Philosophy Reading List
Chrisman, M (et al). Philosophy for Everyone. Routledge. London. 2013
Nagel, T. What Does It All Mean? .OUP. New York. 1989
Warburton, N. Philosophy: The Basics (5th edition). Routledge. London. 2012
Warburton, N. Philosophy: The Classics (4th edition). Routledge. London. 2014
Blackburn, S. Being Good. OUP. Oxford. 2003
Blackburn, S. Think!. OUP. Oxford. 2001
Braddon-Mitchell, D. & Jackson, F. Philosophy of Mind and Cognition: An Introduction to Philosophy of Mind. John Wiley & Sons. New York. 2006
Cockburn, D. An Introduction to Philosophy of Mind. Palgrave Macmillan. London. 2001
Audi, R. Epistemology: A Contemporary Introduction to The Theory of Knowledge. (Second Edition). Routledge. London. 2003
Nagel. T. ‘What is it Like to be a Bat?’ in Mortal Questions. CUP. Cambridge. 1979
Kant, I. Grounding for the Metaphysics of Morals. Trans: Ellington, J.W. Hackett Publishing Company. Indianapolis / Cambridge. 1993.
Rosenthal, D. The Nature of Mind. OUP. Oxford. 1991 (an anthology of primary literature that comprehensively covers topics in philosophy of mind. Email me if you would like further guidance)