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Dominika K.

Liverpool - Biomedical Science (Bachelors)

I have graduated with a BSc in Biomedical Science with First Class Honours, and I am currently studying Dentistry as a second degree. As Science is often seen as a very hard subject at school, I am to break down difficult concepts into simpler, mo...

£47-£49

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Star 4.7 / 5

22 reviews

235 lessons

Dominika K.

Liverpool - Biomedical Science (Bachelors)

I have graduated with a BSc in Biomedical Science with First Class Honours, and I am currently studying Dentistry as a second degree. As Science is often seen as a very hard subject at school, I am to break down difficult concepts into simpler, mo...

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Sarah L.

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Brighton and Sussex Medical School - Medicine (Bachelors)

A second-year medical student with extensive experience tutoring A-Levels and GCSEs.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

58 reviews

544 lessons

Sarah L.

Super tutor

Brighton and Sussex Medical School - Medicine (Bachelors)

A second-year medical student with extensive experience tutoring A-Levels and GCSEs.

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Muhammad Abdullah K.

York - Medicine (Bachelors)

£22-£27

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Muhammad Abdullah K.

York - Medicine (Bachelors)

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Sadia N.

Super tutor

York - Medicine (Bachelors)

Passionate medical student, hoping to inspire students to learn and develop confidence for their subject, but most importantly-not be afraid to make mistakes!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

114 reviews

776 lessons

Sadia N.

Super tutor

York - Medicine (Bachelors)

Passionate medical student, hoping to inspire students to learn and develop confidence for their subject, but most importantly-not be afraid to make mistakes!

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Oscar G.

Responds quickly

Cambridge - Medicine (Bachelors)

I am a Cambridge medical student who puts the student first in everything that I do. I have a couple of years of experience and enjoy getting to know students!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

10 reviews

71 lessons

Oscar G.

Responds quickly

Cambridge - Medicine (Bachelors)

I am a Cambridge medical student who puts the student first in everything that I do. I have a couple of years of experience and enjoy getting to know students!

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Reeshma J.

Super tutor

Birmingham - Medicine and Surgery MBChB (Bachelors)

Zealous medical student with a passion for tutoring in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and admission tests. I am friendly and always willing to help!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

238 reviews

2363 lessons

Reeshma J.

Super tutor

Birmingham - Medicine and Surgery MBChB (Bachelors)

Zealous medical student with a passion for tutoring in Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics and admission tests. I am friendly and always willing to help!

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