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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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Tariq R.

Super tutor

Loughborough - Business Economics and Finance (Bachelors)

BSc Business Economics student, with a great passion in Biology and Biology, with experience in schools and children with learning difficulties.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

182 reviews

950 lessons

Tariq R.

Super tutor

Loughborough - Business Economics and Finance (Bachelors)

BSc Business Economics student, with a great passion in Biology and Biology, with experience in schools and children with learning difficulties.

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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

/hr

Star 5 / 5

45 reviews

422 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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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

697 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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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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Need help with GCSE Design & Technology?

How much does it cost to get a Design and Technology GCSE tutor? Our mission is to make online tutoring open to all. That’s why our Design and Technology GCSE tutoring starts from just £22/hr, with no extra fees. Our tutorials are also fully flexible - so you can book as many, or as few, as you need. What jobs can you get with a Design and Technology GCSE? Studying Design and Technology GCSE opens doors to a range of interesting and fulfilling roles within the creative industries, and even engineering. Students will fine tune their creative skills and learn how to bring a project from conception to a finished piece; making them a valuable asset for employers looking to develop products and more. So what can your teen do now to jump start their career search and get a better understanding of which roles suit them? We’ve put together a handy list of the top 10 roles for Design and Technology GCSE students, so your teen can start looking into some that might interest them: - Design and Technology technician - Broadcast engineer - Secondary school teacher - Carpenter - Aerospace engineer - CAD technician - Special effects technician - Machine learning engineer - Control and instrumentation engineer - Project manager Will a tutor make a difference to my teen’s Design and Technology GCSE studies? Design and Technology GCSE is full of interesting challenges, and many students look for some extra help to make sure they achieve their goals in this subject. Having someone to go through their work on a one-to-one basis and give them constructive feedback can have a range of positive benefits. Let’s take a look at a few of the top ways tutors can help your teen with their Design and Technology GCSE studies: - Tracking progress - your tutor can keep on top of how well your teen’s doing and create a plan to help them smash their targets. Having the road planned out can improve confidence and help them stay energised throughout their Design and Technology GCSE studies, getting them a big step closer to success. - Getting ready for exams - our tutors can share their insider knowledge on how to approach Design and Technology GCSE exams for top marks. Encourage your teen to share with their tutor what areas they’re looking to improve - tutors can use this information to tailor tutorials and achieve the results they’re aiming for. - Boosting content knowledge - revisiting difficult topics to fill in the gaps and make sure your teen is feeling confident and prepared for their Design and Technology GCSE exams. Great! What next? Book a free video meeting to meet one of our Design and Technology GCSE tutors today.

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