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How are you qualified to teach Latin at GCSE Level?

I am qualified to teach Latin at GCSE Level because I got an A* in Latin at GCSE Level (2011).

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Stephen J.

Degree: Classics (Bachelors) - Bristol University

Subjects offered: Latin, French+ 3 more

Latin
French
English Language
Classical Greek
Classical Civilisation

“About Me:I am a second year mature student at the University of Bristol, studying Classics. I harbour a true love for the Classics, as well as for English and French literature, and I find great pleasure in sharing this enthusiasm ...”

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Felix O.

Degree: BA Modern Languages (Bachelors) - Exeter University

Subjects offered: Latin, Russian+ 2 more

Latin
Russian
Religious Studies
History

“So much is dependent on success in your CEs, GCSEs and A levels- so don't leave it to chance!- leave it to someone who has considerable recent success to show you how it can be done. In our 1:1 sessions, YOU are the priority; no big c...”

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George H.

Degree: BA History (Bachelors) - Oxford, Lincoln College University

Subjects offered: Latin, History+ 4 more

Latin
History
Economics
.HAT.
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-Oxbridge Preparation-

“About me: Hello, my name is George and I'm an undergraduate reading History at Oxford. My aim is to be as approachable and patient as possible, explaining concepts with as much clarity as needed and encouraging you to have confidence ...”

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Barnaby S.

Degree: Classics (Bachelors) - Exeter University

Subjects offered: Latin, Classical Greek+ 2 more

Latin
Classical Greek
Classical Civilisation
.UKCAT.

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