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Degree: Mathematics (Masters) - Warwick University

Subjects offered: Further Mathematics , Maths

“Hi, I'm Osian, a Master's student at the University of Warwick. I've had fun with mathematics from a young age, and I hope to be able to instill this passion for mathematics in you, through my tutorials! Throughout my time at Warwick,...”

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Degree: PGCE Secondary Mathematics (Other) - Leeds University

Subjects offered: Further Mathematics , Maths

“About Me: I am current studying a PGCE at Leeds University and should be a fully qualified teacher by the end of June 2017. I also studied maths at Leeds where I got my degree. I have always had a passion for maths and my objective is...”

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Degree: MA Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics (Masters) - Bristol University

Subjects offered: Further Mathematics , Physics+ 1 more

“Hi, I'm Rebecca, I'm 23 and I'm currently taking a year to myself just to study, doing my masters in Logic and Philosophy of Maths. To me, mathematics has always been black and white, right or wrong whilst philosophy is all about thin...”

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Degree: Mathematics and Physics (MSci) (Masters) - Durham University

Subjects offered: Further Mathematics , Physics+ 1 more

“First year Maths and Physics undergraduate at Durham University. Previous tutoring experience with A-level students”

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