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Simrah M.

Birmingham - Medicine and Surgery MbChB (Bachelors)

My tutoring style is no fuss and quick results! I encourage efficient and effective studying to guarantee that goals are achieved or exceeded!

£37-£39

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

36 reviews

245 lessons

Simrah M.

Birmingham - Medicine and Surgery MbChB (Bachelors)

My tutoring style is no fuss and quick results! I encourage efficient and effective studying to guarantee that goals are achieved or exceeded!

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Morgan P.

Super tutor

Warwick - Film and Literature (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Morgan. I’m currently a student at the University of Warwick studying for a bachelors degree in ‘Literature and Film’.I have already devoted my time in helping a secondary school child for their English Literature exams, which has helped t...

£37-£39

/hr

Star 4.8 / 5

5 reviews

554 lessons

Morgan P.

Super tutor

Warwick - Film and Literature (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Morgan. I’m currently a student at the University of Warwick studying for a bachelors degree in ‘Literature and Film’.I have already devoted my time in helping a secondary school child for their English Literature exams, which has helped t...

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Alfie B.

Durham - Mathematics (Integrated Masters)

Hi there, my name is Alfie and I'm a Maths student at Durham University currently studying for a four year integrated masters with an end goal of getting my PhD. Mathematics, for me is the one subject I connected with due to how you can go fro...

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

11 reviews

326 lessons

Alfie B.

Durham - Mathematics (Integrated Masters)

Hi there, my name is Alfie and I'm a Maths student at Durham University currently studying for a four year integrated masters with an end goal of getting my PhD. Mathematics, for me is the one subject I connected with due to how you can go fro...

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Seb B.

Super tutor

St Andrews - Chemistry (Bachelors)

Chemistry graduate. Patient, friendly, reliable & thorough. Very much adopt the approach that there are 'no dumb questions'.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

62 reviews

610 lessons

Seb B.

Super tutor

St Andrews - Chemistry (Bachelors)

Chemistry graduate. Patient, friendly, reliable & thorough. Very much adopt the approach that there are 'no dumb questions'.

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Poppy M.

Exeter - LLB Law (Bachelors)

Hi there, my name is Poppy and I am a current year Law student in the UK. I love finding different ways to help everyone learn in the best way for them.

£22-£27

/hr

Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

193 lessons

Poppy M.

Exeter - LLB Law (Bachelors)

Hi there, my name is Poppy and I am a current year Law student in the UK. I love finding different ways to help everyone learn in the best way for them.

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Sam D.

Liverpool - BDS Dentistry (Bachelors)

I would love to be able to help students go through the same things I had to go through. A levels and GCSEs are tough but as someone who has been there and done them, I know some tips and tricks to help answer exam style questions as well as learn...

£22-£27

/hr

Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

38 lessons

Sam D.

Liverpool - BDS Dentistry (Bachelors)

I would love to be able to help students go through the same things I had to go through. A levels and GCSEs are tough but as someone who has been there and done them, I know some tips and tricks to help answer exam style questions as well as learn...

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Your teen has made it! The final hurdle before their next step into the world. We know how important A levels are, whether they’re applying to university, other post-A level courses, or carving out another route into the world - we want to help them achieve the best grades they can to help them reach their goals. How much does A Level tutoring cost? The cost of A Level tuition can depend on the subject you choose and the tutor’s experience, such as how many lessons they’ve completed. On average, our prices range between £22-£57/hr. Remember! You can use our handy filters to narrow down your search and find the right tutor for you. How to find a good A Level tutor? Finding the perfect tutor is a big weight off your shoulders, and one less thing to worry about as a parent. Let's make it happen. A few things to bear in mind when searching for a tutor: 1. Academic fit - can they offer what you’re looking for, in terms of subject knowledge and experience? 2. Personality match - will they get on well with your teen and be able to explain things clearly? 3. Availability - can they offer tutorials for as long/as often as you need? Will they be flexible and fit around your family's schedule? Ready to go? Book a free video meeting with one of our tutors for the perfect opportunity to practice these questions and explore what you’re looking for.

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