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Mai Y.

Oxford Brookes University - Applied Design in Architecture (Masters)

Helping students reach academic goals for over 10 years. My strategy is breaking down complex topics into small simple concepts and applying them to examples.



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Mai Y.

Oxford Brookes University - Applied Design in Architecture (Masters)

Helping students reach academic goals for over 10 years. My strategy is breaking down complex topics into small simple concepts and applying them to examples.

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