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    One-to-one Tutorials

    One-to-one LET Tutorials are private meetings, usually for 30 minutes, with one of our LET lecturers. You can use an One-to-one LET Tutorial to ask any questions you have about your studying here at Middlesex, particularly regarding academic communication and/or use of mathematics and statistics in your studies.

    If you are unable to book an One-to-one LET Tutorial, please contact us ( immediately and we will try to set one up for you.

    Please select one of the options below to go to the relevant calendar on our booking system:

    Academic Writing & Language (AWL) Tutorials for...Maths, Stats and Numeracy (MSN) Tutorials for...
    Business SchoolNumeracy - Drug Calculations
    Faculty of Arts and Creative Industries
    School of Health & Education
    School of LawMaths and Statistics
    School of Science & Technology

    Key points about One-to-one LET Tutorials

    • They are private
    • They need to be booked in advance
    • They are usually 30 minutes long
    • We offer one-to-ones for AWL [Academic Writing and Language] and MSN [Maths, Stats and Numeracy]
    • There is very high demand for One-to-one LET Tutorials, so please tell us at least 24 hours in advance if you need to change or cancel an appointment. You can do this by email
    • Please note that we do not offer a proof-reading service in One-to-one LET Tutorials– see beneath


    • Writing Advice Drop-in
      • For more information including days, times and location please click here

    Group LET Tutorials

    We also offer Group LET Tutorials– these are for a minimum of 3 students doing groupwork together, or who are wanting to discuss the same topic/s; these are usually for 60 minutes. Please complete this form if you would like to arrange a Group LET Tutorial.

    Note of caution: Proof-reading

    Please note that we do not offer a proof-reading service. You can certainly bring in drafts of your work to an One-to-one AWL Tutorial, and the AWL lecturer will look at your work with you. But s/he will not correct all your work for you – that's your job! Instead s/he will give an overall evaluation of your work, and probably pinpoint various specific issues you can improve, such as structure, organisation, argumentation, criticality, paragraphing, referencing or particular areas of grammar or style.

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