Educational Assessment, Sciences, Geography

Phoebe works with students applying for pre-tests and entrance exams, as well as supporting university applications. She also has extensive experience teaching Sciences and Geography.


Phoebe has tutored since 2014 and has extensive teaching experience with students from the age of 4 up to adults. She has had the pleasure of working with students across the globe and can hold lessons both online and in-person. Phoebe graduated from the University of Oxford with a BA in Human Sciences and is now completing a PhD at King’s College London in Neuroscience.

Phoebe specialises in helping students who are working towards entrance exams, and can teach Mathematics, English, Verbal and Non-Verbal reasoning to great effect. In her lessons, Phoebe places a focus on covering content gaps, before improving exam technique with an emphasis on developing approaches to deconstruct the question. In addition, Phoebe also specialises in university applications. She has helped many students navigate the application system, providing mentoring in choosing universities, support with personal statements and interview preparation. Phoebe is very proud that all the students she has worked with have gained offers from their top choice universities, including numerous Oxbridge applicants.

Phoebe also teaches a variety of subjects including the sciences and Geography. She works with students who are high achieving, underperforming and who hold a range of SEN requirements, including ASD and Dyslexia. As every student is unique in their learning method and needs, Phoebe adapts her tutoring style to fit individual requirements and encourage a love of the subject. Phoebe’s students have achieved excellent exam results, and she finds tutoring incredibly rewarding as they go on to succeed.

Areas of Expertise

  • 7+, 8+, 11+, 13+ pretest and entrance exams
  • Science
  • Biology
  • Geography
  • University applications
  • Oxbridge


  • BA, Human Sciences (1st), University of Oxford
  • PhD, Neuroscience, King’s College London