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Katrina has been tutoring me since November for my A Level Biology exams. She has really helped me as I was previously achieving D's and E's in my classes, but have since improved so much that have been getting A's and A*'s in past papers! Very kind and understanding, would definitely recommend!

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So far, so good! Olly makes the sessions very interesting while tailoring his tutoring to the student's needs. I feel much more confident now than I did before and am certain that I will keep improving in both Latin and Classical Greek!

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Really friendly and clarified my queries and understanding of Latin translation. Thank you !

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