The author, Melanie Kendryis a full time private tutor of age 8-18, GCSE and IGCSE, Oxford English graduate and current GCSE examiner. Get Tuition or contact me.

Typically, students raise from 35% to 65% at 11+ and Common Entrance. The most common GCSE and IGCSE result shift is C to an A. Before this, she was an outstanding rated teacher of age 11-18.

She also blogs on education on the Huffington Post and is the author of Superfreak: Bad Monkey. You can read this for free here.

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The author, , is an Oxford graduate, outstanding-rated English Language and Literature teacher of ages 10-18 in the British education system. In 2012, she was nominated for Pearson's Teaching Awards. As a private tutor, she raises grades often from C to A. Her writing is also featured in The Huffington Post

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