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(my experiences are from undergrad/Cambridge/science but are probably still relevant to your question)

Tutorials basically follow along with your course, and are a chance to delve into the details of the course with an expert in the field. They can be quite taxing and you'll want to have read up on and be up to date with the lectures otherwise you can look stupid if a tutor asks you a question! Generally supervisions seem to be 1:1 for humanities and 1-3:1 in the sciences.

You'll also generally be set work (usually an essay) after the supervision, due before the next one. Next supervision they'll have it marked for you, and you'll spend quite a bit of the supervision going over it, gaining really important feedback on your work (this is really useful)!

Oxford is also a great city, and the tradition/experience at Oxford/Cambridge are unique.

If you have any other questions feel free to ask.

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