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C1, C2, C3, C4

D1

FP1, FP2, FP3

M1, M2

S1, S2

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Nishit B.

Degree: Engineering (Masters) - Oxford, New College University

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“Hi there! I am currently a 2nd year Management student at the University of Bristol. I originally took Computer Science but switched to Management after 2 years of study. During my school life I was always very Science-based, studying...”

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Degree: MPhys Physics with Professional Experience (Masters) - Exeter University

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“Hi, I'm Jordan, a first year Physics undergraduate hoping to help both A-level and GCSE students in Maths and Physics.”

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Degree: Discrete Mathematics (Bachelors) - Warwick University

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“Hey, I'm Zahra and I study Discrete Maths at Warwick. I've worked for a tuition company and been a tutor for quite a few years and my approach to sessions has always been focused but relaxed.  I can explain concepts, work through exam...”

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