Level A years can be particularly complicated for students, as they face academic pressures as they make decisions about their future. The tutors we recommend at the A-Level are natural mentors, with the teaching experience to offer personalized lessons to reduce pressure on your child and increase their performance. In fact, they often don't know how to start structuring an essay or consolidating new content without private tutoring from A-Levels. A-Levels are part of the British education system, so those who take A-Levels usually expect to study at a university in the UK.
It is often difficult to accustom a student to the jump from GCSE or MYP to succeed at Level A and tutoring strategies aren't always straightforward. Most serious tutors will be happy to tell you how many A and A* grades they have earned at level A, as well as the initial grades of the students.