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Alex C.

Super tutor

Durham - General Engineering (Masters)

Friendly engineering student, and experienced tutor who is looking to help you achieve the best you can in your chosen subject!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

180 reviews

702 lessons

Alex C.

Super tutor

Durham - General Engineering (Masters)

Friendly engineering student, and experienced tutor who is looking to help you achieve the best you can in your chosen subject!

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Dylan B.

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Loughborough - Product Design (Bachelors)

Hi there, my names Dylan, Im currently studying at Loughborough University, with great reviews and amazing results. i believe im the best tutor for your needs.

£55-£57

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

52 reviews

705 lessons

Dylan B.

Super tutor

Loughborough - Product Design (Bachelors)

Hi there, my names Dylan, Im currently studying at Loughborough University, with great reviews and amazing results. i believe im the best tutor for your needs.

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Roan S.

Nottingham Trent - Economics with International Finance and Banking (Bachelors)

Hi, I study Economics, Finance, and Banking. I boosted my own A level maths grade from a D to an A. I hope I can achieve even better results for you.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

48 reviews

384 lessons

Roan S.

Nottingham Trent - Economics with International Finance and Banking (Bachelors)

Hi, I study Economics, Finance, and Banking. I boosted my own A level maths grade from a D to an A. I hope I can achieve even better results for you.

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Malak H.

Manchester Metropolitan - Architecture and Urbanism (Masters)

I am a tutor who is friendly and can give very good advice as well as support to students who can learn in smart ways meeting their needs

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

2 reviews

326 lessons

Malak H.

Manchester Metropolitan - Architecture and Urbanism (Masters)

I am a tutor who is friendly and can give very good advice as well as support to students who can learn in smart ways meeting their needs

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Jordan M.

Warwick - Mechanical Engineering (Bachelors)

Friendly Maths an Physics enthusiast here to help you develop a logical way of thinking to ace your exams.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

45 reviews

424 lessons

Jordan M.

Warwick - Mechanical Engineering (Bachelors)

Friendly Maths an Physics enthusiast here to help you develop a logical way of thinking to ace your exams.

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Folahan A.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - MA Architecture (Masters)

Architecture student at Edinburgh university with the passion of teaching others and learning

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

99 reviews

1055 lessons

Folahan A.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - MA Architecture (Masters)

Architecture student at Edinburgh university with the passion of teaching others and learning

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How much does a Design and Technology tutor cost? Top quality Design and Technology tutoring should be accessible to every student, so we’ve set our prices from as little as £22/hr with no added costs. There’s no minimum contract, so you can stay flexible and only book the tutorials your teen needs. What jobs can I get with Design and Technology? Design and Technology is a core element across a range of industries, so your teen will have to narrow down their opportunities. Following a path in Law can lead to some dynamic industries, such as Fashion or Media, where your teen will be able to grow and develop their skills. It’s a good idea to look at a range of roles to see what might feel right. There’s a lot of roles out there that your teen might not know about, so keeping their search broad is key from the start. Let’s look at some roles your teen can explore to kick start their career search: - Furniture designer - Kitchen and bathroom designer - Planning and development surveyor - Fire safety engineer - Robotics engineer - User experience (UX) designer - Manufacturing systems engineer - Heating and ventilation engineer - Interior designer - Jewellery designer-maker - Ergonomist How to find the right Design and Technology tutor? Not sure where to start with your search for the perfect tutor? Don’t worry! We’re here for you. We know how important it is to find a great tutor that can deliver real results and get on well with your teen, keeping them engaged throughout their tutoring journey and reaching their goals. There’s a few things you can talk about to help you explore what you’re looking for and narrow down your options: - Academic fit - do they have the right experience? Are you looking for a tutor who can produce homework and regular assessments, can your tutor deliver on this? - Personality match - will they get on well with your teen and be able to communicate effectively? - Availability - does your schedule match with theirs? Can they provide tutorials when you need them, or are they flexible? Feeling ready? Book a free video meeting with one of our Design and Technology tutors today and discover your future with online tuition.

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