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Dominus illūminātiō mea
"The Lord is my light."

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Welcome to the website for Oxford Tutorial Service (OTS).  OTS is not officially associated with Oxford University (England), but is committed to the same high standards of scholastic excellence for which Oxford U. is famous and embraces the same Biblical motto adopted by Oxford U. almost five hundred years ago: Dominus illūminātiō  mea; Ps. 27:1- "The Lord is my Light." (Oxford Coat of Arms: History; Emblem). 
            

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Follow the links to pages that interest you:

             Assignments & Due Dates
                Calendar for 2012-2013
                Course Schedule for 2012-2013
             Computer Set-up Information
             Frequently Asked Questions   
             How the Tutorials are Conducted
             Meditation on Education
             Oxford Academic Distinctions             
             Registration & Fees
             Subjects & Course Descriptions
             Tutorial Protocol & How to Study
             Who is the Tutor?  
             Why 'Oxford'?    
 

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