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March 9, 2017 MR & MRS DYER

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Our son, received tutoring from Mr Squire of F.S.C.E. Tutors for one academic year, 2015-2016 in preparations for secondary school entry tests and SATs exams. He had also lost a great deal of confidence overall due to school teaching inconsistencies and family issues. Although our son generally produced a high standard of work, we wanted to ensure he worked specifically with a male tutor, who would empower and restore his confidence to continue and improve his level of work.


Mr Squire’s technique is unique, structured and result orientated. He is a very well organised tutor who is flexible and professional in his approach. As a result of his sessions, our son achieved the highest level in each secondary school entry test and scored 110 out of 120 being the highest average score in his year group.


I am extremely proud of the impeccable level of work our son is now producing, not only in his presentation and writing style, but also in his overall confidence.  


Although our son’s achievements were significantly above the national average, he unfortunately did not receive a suitable secondary school offer in September 2016. Like my son, I believe Mr Squire installed a great deal of confidence in me as his Mother. This helped us to decide to personally provide him with home tuition until he received a suitable offer. Our son’s education is paramount where I successfully took on this task for six months with a newborn baby in hand. We are very proud to say that he received an offer at the top non-selective school in England (our first choice school) and he has now started full-time education on Monday 27th February 2017.


F.S.C.E. tutoring has exceeded our personal objectives and has provided our son with the tools and processes required to succeed in future learning and examinations. He now has the greatest confidence, which evidently shines through him. We can wholeheartedly say that we have had a rewarding experience and our son is looking forward to the new challenges and a bright future ahead.”

                                                          Mr & Mrs Dyer


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