One-to-One Tutorials

Our tutorial service continues uninterrupted until mid-August. If you cannot find an appointment, it probably means we are temporarily full.  In this case, check again as we are constantly opening new appointments or e-mail us at studyguidancetutorials@qmul.ac.uk.

There are TWO forms to complete for our one-to-one tutorials.

First, complete the tutorial booking form . You do this each time you make an appointment, choosing the time and date from a dropdown menu.

After this, complete the registration form if this is your first appointment with us during this academic year.  You complete the second form only once each academic year, not each time you make an appointment.

If your tutorial is about writing you will also need to send your work to us the day before your tutorial. For further information, take a look at our FAQs

Book a tutorial here          Register here

You may only book one tutorial at a time. If you book more than one tutorial, the subsequent bookings will automatically be cancelled.

If you cannot find a suitable appointment, e-mail us at studyguidancetutorials.qmul.ac.uk with your availability. 

Any other questions?                                             Click on the link FAQs  or read them in the side menu.

What do former tutorial students say?               Find out here what students have said about their experiences of one-to-one tutorials.       

Other Resources

Self-Access Rources

Our Self-Access Resources page has quick guides to, among other things, writing for assessment, using sources effectively and preparing for exams, as well as a link to Cite Them Right Online. 

Books

The Study Skills Collection is housed in the Teaching Collection on the ground floor of the Mile End Library. It covers subjects such as general study skills, exam skills, public speaking/presentations, research and theses/dissertations, reading and writing skills, English language. The collection also includes a bibliotherapy section containing self-help books set up in conjunction with the Queen Mary Advice and Counselling Service. You can link to a selection of these books by clicking here on the Library catalogue.

Language Centre

The Language Centre offers a range of help on academic English.