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Private Tutoring

Since 2011 Studylon tutors have helped our students prepare for all the academic exams necessary to gain admission to the most prestigious schools in the world.

 Studylon is committed to providing parents and students with the best tutoring education and that is why Studylon has an academic staff of teachers who are experts in their field and who inspire students. 

Tutoring is not just about having another teacher, it is about empathetic and competent people who take the time to listen to your child and understand their interests and abilities as an individual. Determine the student’s learning style on a student-specific basis. Accordingly, they apply special teaching techniques and provide materials accordingly.

Why Homeschooling?

The main advantage of the residential model is that students can cover a lot of content in a short amount of time since they are engaged in a supportive, familiar learning environment. Especially when it comes to language acquisition, residential tutoring is a great approach to help kids swiftly realise their full potential.

Homeschooling helps kids learn more quickly, develop self-confidence, think more independently, and love learning.
We normally provide three to five hours of intensive academic instruction every day, instructed by teachers who specialise in a variety of subjects.
In addition to this academic plan, students work with a mentor who helps them with study techniques, oversees the extracurricular calendar of sports and artistic endeavours, and gives parents updates on their development.
After evaluating your needs, our team of experienced tutors will collaborate closely with a group of Studylon advisors to create a comprehensive study plan. Your child’s requirements and goals will be appropriately catered for throughout the curriculum. A term, a year, or more can be spent on home-school programmes, which can be created for any number of siblings.

The private tutoring service we offer to our students every year consists of the following categories: 

Exam Preparation Support – Preparation for all entrance exams required for admission in the context of the targeted country. 

Reinforcement of Weak Subjects – School course reinforcement in areas where the student feels weak throughout the school year. 

Home education service for our students living abroad, especially in the United Kingdom and Istanbul, who are out of the curriculum. 

Reinforcement classes for students who fall behind in their school lessons due to illness, etc. 

Advanced exam preparation classes for talented students to increase their abilities in their areas of interest.

Our students are very valuable to us!

We are here to inspire, support and empower our students to overcome all these challenges.

After conducting an individual career review, we evaluate the student’s needs analysis and create an individualized curriculum based on the target school and department.


 The SAT is an important exam based in the United States and used in many countries around the world for students’ university admission processes. This exam measures students’ math, reading and writing skills and the results are evaluated in university applications. The SAT exam has moved from the traditional paper-based exam to a digital platform and is solved with the help of computers. Students receive a score between 0 and 1600 and the scores are valid for 2 years. 


It is a multiple-choice, pencil-and-paper test administered by ACT, Inc., an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities worldwide to make admissions decisions. 

The purpose of the ACT test is to measure a high school student’s readiness for college, providing a single, common data point that can be used to compare college applicants. College admissions officers will consider your high school GPA as well as standardized test scores, courses taken in high school, letters of recommendation from teachers or counselors, extracurricular activities, admissions interviews, and personal experiences. The impact of SAT scores on the college application process varies from school to school. Unlike the SAT, the ACT also includes science questions. 

In general, the higher you score on the ACT and/or SAT, the more options you will have in terms of being accepted to and paying for college. 


The IB (International Baccalaureate) diploma offers students an internationally recognized educational program that develops academic, social and personal skills. In grades 11 and 12, the IB program gives students the chance to take courses in six different fields and complete various core elements. Through this program, students have the opportunity to apply to many universities abroad or at home, receive scholarships or be exempted from courses. The IB diploma is an internationally recognized educational standard. 


The AP (Advanced Placement) Program offers students in the United States and many countries around the world the opportunity to take college-level courses and improve themselves. With 38 different course options, it offers students a wide range of fields. AP exams allow students to take courses according to their interests and abilities, and successful students can earn one or more internationally recognized diplomas. The AP Program provides students with a significant advantage in university applications and scholarship processes. 


A LEVEL, Cambridge International AS and A Level degrees are an important qualification system recognized by universities and companies worldwide. This program offers students the opportunity to specialize in specific fields and prepare for university. In the UK, A Level exams, which usually take place in the 12th and 13th year of high school, can be taken in a variety of subjects according to students’ interests and abilities. A Level results play an important role in the admission process to universities in the country of application. 


IELTS is a test that assesses language skills internationally and is used for academic and immigration applications in countries such as the UK, Australia, Canada, New Zealand. The four-part IELTS test measures listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. Students receive a score between 0 and 9 and these scores are valid for 2 years. IELTS is a globally recognized test and applications can be made through the British Council or IDP Education. 


The TOEFL is another international test that measures English language proficiency and is preferred for academic or professional applications, especially in the United States. The TOEFL exam assesses listening, reading, writing and speaking skills and is approximately 4 hours long. The TOEFL test can be taken online or paper-based and students receive a score between 0 and 120 and the results are valid for 2 years. Applications can be made online through ETS (Educational Testing Service) or in person. 


PTE is another international English language proficiency test called Pearson Test of English Academic. PTE is accepted in many universities and immigration applications worldwide. The PTE exam, which is administered on a digital platform, measures listening, reading, writing and speaking skills and takes about 3 hours in total. Students receive a score between 10 and 90 and scores are valid for 2 years. Students can apply for the PTE exam online through Pearson. 


If you are applying for Biomedical Sciences, Medicine etc. you will need to take the BMAT: 

The Biomedical Admission Test takes 2 hours. The BMAT is divided into three sections. 

It tests skills in problem solving, understanding arguments, analyzing data and making inferences. 

It is based on knowledge from non-specialized school Science and Mathematics courses. 

It tests the capacity to develop ideas and communicate them effectively in writing. It is not a test of knowledge. 

When will I take the test? 

The BMAT is administered by Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing (CAAT). All applicants applying to Medicine (A100), Medicine (Graduate Entry A101) and Biomedical Sciences must take the BMAT on October 18, 2023: 

How can I register? 

You can register for the test between September 1 and September 29. Registration takes place at authorized test centers in your country. 


If you are applying to Law or Law-related programs, you will be required to take the LNAT as part of your application. 

The LNAT (Law National Admissions Test) is a 2 hour and 15 minute exam divided into two parts. 

Section A is a computer-based, multiple-choice test consisting of 42 questions. The questions are based on 12 sections, each with 3 or 4 multiple choice questions. You are given 95 minutes to answer all the questions. 

You will be asked to read passages of text and answer questions that test your comprehension of them. Your answers to the multiple-choice section of the test are checked by computer and a score out of 42 is generated. This is known as your LNAT score. In Part B, you will be given 40 minutes to write an essay from a list of three suggested topics. This part is graded by the teachers of the university you are applying to and this grade is taken into account as part of the admission process. The essay is your opportunity to demonstrate your ability to construct a convincing argument and reach a conclusion. 

The LNAT is not designed to test your knowledge of Law or any other subject. Instead, it helps us to assess your aptitude for studying Law. 

Why do I have to take an exam? 

Most applicants to the University of Oxford have outstanding academic qualifications. It can therefore be difficult for the university to choose between applicants with different qualifications, especially when they come from all over the world. 

The tests provide an extra piece of information for each particular applicant. Taken together with other elements of the application, this helps to identify the best candidates. 


GCSE is a certificate that students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland receive at the end of their high school education. GCSE is called the General Certificate of Secondary Education and is awarded based on the grades students achieve in specific subjects. GCSE exams assess students’ knowledge, understanding and application skills, and the total length varies by subject. Students receive a score between 9 and 1, which can be used for university applications or in the workplace. The GCSE certificate shows that students have completed their high school education and gained qualifications in specific areas. 

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