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Cameron M.

Kings College London - Physics with Astrophysics and Cosmology (Bachelors)

A well rounded, friendly physics graduate, with a love for the creative arts. Focused and practical tutoring approach, helping to build confidence.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

24 reviews

146 lessons

Cameron M.

Kings College London - Physics with Astrophysics and Cosmology (Bachelors)

A well rounded, friendly physics graduate, with a love for the creative arts. Focused and practical tutoring approach, helping to build confidence.

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Harsh H.

Southampton - Mechanical and Acoustical Engineering (Integrated Masters)

My name is Harsh and I am currently studying Mechanical and Acoustical Engineering at the University of Southampton. I've always known that I wanted to study engineering; it is very satisfying to understand how and why seemingly simple actions...

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

6 reviews

216 lessons

Harsh H.

Southampton - Mechanical and Acoustical Engineering (Integrated Masters)

My name is Harsh and I am currently studying Mechanical and Acoustical Engineering at the University of Southampton. I've always known that I wanted to study engineering; it is very satisfying to understand how and why seemingly simple actions...

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Saaya P.

Manchester - BDS Dentistry (Bachelors)

An undergraduate dental student who is passionate about learning and teaching others!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

90 lessons

Saaya P.

Manchester - BDS Dentistry (Bachelors)

An undergraduate dental student who is passionate about learning and teaching others!

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Arshdeep S.

Aston - MEng Mechanical Engineering (Masters)

I’m a first year Mechanical Engineering student at Aston University. I’ve always found interesting the complexity that lies behind the process of how something has been made, therefore i chose to study this subject where i could learn more about t...

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

66 lessons

Arshdeep S.

Aston - MEng Mechanical Engineering (Masters)

I’m a first year Mechanical Engineering student at Aston University. I’ve always found interesting the complexity that lies behind the process of how something has been made, therefore i chose to study this subject where i could learn more about t...

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Holly G.

Plymouth - LLB Law (Bachelors)

Having attained my A-Levels from Bruton School for Girls, I’m currently thriving as a Law student at the University of Plymouth.My main focus within tutoring is to provide an engaging and enjoyable session, whilst bolstering the grades of my stude...

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

77 lessons

Holly G.

Plymouth - LLB Law (Bachelors)

Having attained my A-Levels from Bruton School for Girls, I’m currently thriving as a Law student at the University of Plymouth.My main focus within tutoring is to provide an engaging and enjoyable session, whilst bolstering the grades of my stude...

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Lydia C.

Super tutor

Exeter - Creative Writing (Masters)

Friendly languages graduate who aims to help students grow in their learning and appreciation of language and literature,

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

45 reviews

640 lessons

Lydia C.

Super tutor

Exeter - Creative Writing (Masters)

Friendly languages graduate who aims to help students grow in their learning and appreciation of language and literature,

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