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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).

Barnaby S. Uni Admissions Test .UKCAT. tutor, Uni Admissions Test -Pe...

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Karalyn G.

Degree: Classics (Bachelors) - Exeter University

Subjects offered: Latin, French+ 1 more

Latin
French
Classical Greek

“Hi! I am in my first year at the University of Exeter where I study Classics. I am very passionate about languages especially Latin and Classical Greek. I have grown up in Brussels and completed my secondary education in French. While ...”

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Degree: Classics (Bachelors) - Oxford, Magdalen College University

Subjects offered: Latin, German+ 3 more

Latin
German
English Literature
Classical Greek

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Degree: Classics and Ancient History (Doctorate) - Liverpool University

Subjects offered: Latin, History+ 3 more

Latin
History
Classical Greek
Classical Civilisation
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Barnaby S.

Degree: Classics (Bachelors) - Exeter University

Subjects offered: Latin, Classical Greek+ 2 more

Latin
Classical Greek
Classical Civilisation
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