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Danielle H.

Durham - Sociology (Foundation)

Hi everyone! It's Danielle, lovely to meet you.I tutor English Literature and Language at both KS3 and GCSE level, and I have done so for the last 2.5 years. I'm always happy to have a chat outside of lessons, and I'm looking forward t...

£37-£39

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49 lessons

Danielle H.

Durham - Sociology (Foundation)

Hi everyone! It's Danielle, lovely to meet you.I tutor English Literature and Language at both KS3 and GCSE level, and I have done so for the last 2.5 years. I'm always happy to have a chat outside of lessons, and I'm looking forward t...

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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.

£37-£39

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

30 lessons

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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Rupert L.

Super tutor

Nottingham - Computer Science with AI (Bachelors)

Communicating passion, patience, relevance, and accuracy from page one, whilst helping students in striving to get top grades as a qualified tutor.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

142 reviews

927 lessons

Rupert L.

Super tutor

Nottingham - Computer Science with AI (Bachelors)

Communicating passion, patience, relevance, and accuracy from page one, whilst helping students in striving to get top grades as a qualified tutor.

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Willa M.

St Andrews - Social Anthropology (Bachelors)

School can get confusing, with so many classes and a lot of information to learn.With exams coming up, having effective learning and revision techniques are key and I have many to share which cater to different learning styles!I am here to help yo...

£37-£39

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

62 lessons

Willa M.

St Andrews - Social Anthropology (Bachelors)

School can get confusing, with so many classes and a lot of information to learn.With exams coming up, having effective learning and revision techniques are key and I have many to share which cater to different learning styles!I am here to help yo...

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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

1051 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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Felix B.

Glasgow - Aerospace Systems (Bachelors)

Hello there, I'm Felix. I am a student studying Aerospace Systems at the University of Glasgow. As such, I have an understanding of the base STEM subjects, especially at GCSE level, where I got 9s in all the sciences and maths. Outside of scho...

£22-£27

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Star 4 / 5

1 reviews

64 lessons

Felix B.

Glasgow - Aerospace Systems (Bachelors)

Hello there, I'm Felix. I am a student studying Aerospace Systems at the University of Glasgow. As such, I have an understanding of the base STEM subjects, especially at GCSE level, where I got 9s in all the sciences and maths. Outside of scho...

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