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Computer Science tutor from £15 per 1hr

M. Albari

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  • A-level qualification in Civil-Geotechnical Engineering
  • Assistantship experience at university for 3 semesters
  • 90% + satisfaction rate from students and parents
£ 20 60 minutes (60 minutes)
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A. Ghorbani

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  • Managed website and digital marketing departments for 6 years.
  • Tutored and mentored multiple students privately.
  • Expert Tutor & Accomplished Academic.
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N. Adib

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  • University Teaching Assistant (TA) for 4 semesters
  • GCSE exam preparation
  • High A-level qualifications
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H. Shafi

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  • PhD in Mathematics with numerous academic accolades
  • 10+ years as a respected university professor
  • Excellent A-level qualifications
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A. Noori

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  • UNESCO International Scientific Award UNESCO, August 2017
  • 20+ A-level teaching advanced Chemistry
  • Effective tutoring for strong chemistry foundations & top entrance exam scores
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A. Montaz

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  • 12+ years experience teaching A-level Computer Science, Maths, and Statistics
  • Passionate KS4 maths teacher with over 15 years of experience
  • Master's degree in Wireless Communication Engineering
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  • Selected as the second top student in the university
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Delve into the Computer World with Ostado's A-Level Computer Science Tutors

A-level computer science is a Key-Stage-5 (KS5) qualification following the General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE) computer science at KS4. GCSE students can participate in A-levels for brighter academic and professional prospects. A-level computer science is one of the A-levels that consists of many elaborate computational concepts. By gaining an A-level computer qualification, students get ready for more sophisticated computational concepts and pave the way for higher education. Some of these concepts are more difficult than other topics, which can impair your performance and demotivate them, and the best way to address this problem is to get help from a qualified computer science tutor. Ostado's A-level computer tutors are here to help students understand the theoretical underpinnings of computers and teach them computing basics, software development, programming languages, etc. With the help of an A-level computer science tutor, your chances of academic success improve significantly. 

Significance of A-level computer qualification for Students in the UK

The significant role of computers in modern life is undeniable. Computers have transformed how we do literally everything from writing an email to launching a spaceship and returning it safely to the Earth. Computers are active agents in various domains, including banking and finance, industry, engineering, art and design, Gaming and entertainment, communication and transportation, and many more. The vast and rapidly developing world of computers is a technological arena where students can find a plethora of academic and professional opportunities to pursue their education or career.

What do they teach in A-level computer science?

The A-level computer course covers twenty topics, which we are not going to bore you with here. However, to help you understand what you will work with, here is a list of relatively complex topics covered in A-level computer science. 

  1. Algorithmic complexity: describing time and space complexity and comparing and comparing different sorting and searching algorithms.
  2. Automata theory and formal languages: formal grammar, regular expressions, and finite automata. 
  3. Graph theory and network: explaining graph properties and their application to the real world.
  4. Data structures: investigating different data structuring methods and their advantages and disadvantages.
  5. Parallelism: studying multi-processing and synchronisation.
  6. Machine learning and artificial intelligence: elaborating on machine learning and deep learning algorithms.
  7. Cryptography: understanding encryption techniques and security vulnerabilities. 
  8. Advanced programming: elaborating on functional, object-oriented, and event-driven programming.
  9. Cyber security: protecting systems against cyberattacks.
  10. Computer architecture: exploring different computer architectures like RISC and CISC.

How to ace the A-level computer science?

The intricate devices we know as computers and how they function have evolved from zeros and ones. Understanding how computers work and realising their seemingly unlimited potential requires much studying and research. Additionally, although it may not be obvious at the beginning, maths (and, to some extent, physics) plays a significant role in the computer world. Therefore, in order to understand how computers work and how to work with them, students need to develop logical thinking because that is how computers function. 

In order to develop logical thinking, you need to start with the fundamentals like data structures and algorithms. The computer domain is constantly updating, and you should do your best to stay updated on new innovations. This requires time management and analytical thinking. You need to choose a few topics of interest (among the many) and manage your time to study them. Another thing to do is familiarise yourself with common problems and errors in computer science and troubleshoot and fix them. Also, as far as the school is concerned, the A-level computer science teachers should use updated textbooks and other materials to teach the concepts mentioned above. As students, you should keep practising and revising what you have learnt to prepare and ace the A-level computer science.

Is it worth it to hire a private A-level computer science teacher?

Hiring an A-level computer science tutor is beneficial to your child's educational improvement in many ways:

  1. Children have unique cognitive styles, meaning they learn through different channels. Due to the number of students in public classrooms and time restrictions, schools cannot offer personalised online lessons for each student. This can be problematic, especially for students with unique learning styles or conditions. On the contrary, online computer tutors tailor the lessons based on how your child learns the best and customise the lessons to make them more engaging for the student.
  2. Computer science tutors not only explain the concepts taught at school, but also offer additional clarifications for struggling students when needed. In other words, computer tutors can provide extra support to their learners. For fast learners and advanced students, tutors can teach extra points and cover relevant extracurricular materials as well.
  3. With A-level computer science private tutoring, your child receives the tutor's undivided attention. This gives the tutor a chance to monitor your child's performance carefully and provide them with relevant, immediate, and constructive feedback to facilitate and accelerate their progress.
  4. Private tutoring gives the student a better understanding of the computer science lessons compared to the students whose learning is limited to the school lessons. Therefore, private tutors can help students boost theirconfidence, realise their full potential, and outperform their classmates.
  5. A-level Computer science tutors introduce various exam boards and explain their syllabi, test format, and assessment procedures to prepare your child for the exam and teach them other test-taking strategies. 
  6. As parents, it is far easier for you to contact the tutor and find out about your child's progress. Tutors can help you play your role in your child's development. 

Find a qualified computer science tutor on Ostado

Ostado is one of the best online tutoring platforms established to connect private teachers and clients from all over the world, especially in the UK. Ostado selects its tutors through a meticulous interview process and requires them to prove their language mastery as well as their command over A-level computer science topics.

Our qualified teachers have extensive teaching experience in all proficiency levels and age groups. They personalise the online classrooms based on your child's level, age, needs, and objectives and make learning fun for them. Additionally, they give you immediate feedback on the student's performance and help them learn from their mistakes.

Why choose Ostado's computer science tutors?

Ostado's tutors come from different countries and time zones. It means that our online KS5 computer classes are available 24/7. Also, since some of our tutors speak two languages at the native level, non-native students can choose the ones whose first language is the same as theirs. Tutors who speak the student's mother tongue can teach them complex mathematical concepts more conveniently.

The next reason to hire an online KS5 computer science tutor on Ostado is that they offer very reasonable prices. Right now, an online qualified teacher charges between $10 and $30 an hour, and the average tuition fee is $20 an hour. Our online tutoring service is available and affordable for everyone. Book a session right now and check out the quality of our online classroom.

A-level computer science tutor; final words

A-level computer science is for students who are more serious about pursuing a professional career in the computer world. The A-level qualification gives them the edge over their fellow students and increases their chances of having better career choices in the future. However, in order to excel at A-level computer science, students need a hand to learn the concepts completely and effectively. Ostado’s tutors are glad to help the students pass the A-level computer science successfully. Whether you are a fast learner or need extra practice to learn computer science topics, you can hire a tutor and double your chances of success. Book a session now and feel the difference!