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Charlie D.

Durham - History (Bachelors)

Current Durham University History student that was highly successful at GCSE and A-Levels. Hi there! I'm Charlie and I am offering tutoring students in History, English, Maths and French at a variety of levels. Having recently done my exams, I...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

8 reviews

207 lessons

Charlie D.

Durham - History (Bachelors)

Current Durham University History student that was highly successful at GCSE and A-Levels. Hi there! I'm Charlie and I am offering tutoring students in History, English, Maths and French at a variety of levels. Having recently done my exams, I...

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William K.

Responds quickly

Leeds - Languages and Cultures (Bachelors)

I'm a recent University graduate that studied French and Spanish at Leeds University. However, my interests are varied both academically and extracurricularly.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

43 reviews

422 lessons

William K.

Responds quickly

Leeds - Languages and Cultures (Bachelors)

I'm a recent University graduate that studied French and Spanish at Leeds University. However, my interests are varied both academically and extracurricularly.

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Pranita A.

East Anglia - MBBS Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Pranita, and I'm currently studying medicine, I'm an experienced tutor looking to help students achieve their maximum potential!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

29 reviews

152 lessons

Pranita A.

East Anglia - MBBS Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Pranita, and I'm currently studying medicine, I'm an experienced tutor looking to help students achieve their maximum potential!

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Madina M.

York - Law, Legal and Political Theory (Masters)

I’m understanding and friendly and like to work collaboratively with my students to find an approach which works for each individual. I believe that honesty and a clear line of communication is key to helping students succeed. As a young pro

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

263 lessons

Madina M.

York - Law, Legal and Political Theory (Masters)

I’m understanding and friendly and like to work collaboratively with my students to find an approach which works for each individual. I believe that honesty and a clear line of communication is key to helping students succeed. As a young pro

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Pratham M.

Exeter - Maths and Data Science (Bachelors)

Hello!I am a current student studying at the University of Exeter studying Maths with Data Science degree and I've always had a passion for Maths. From since I was a child my fascination with the subject was through the roof. I've always l...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

27 reviews

462 lessons

Pratham M.

Exeter - Maths and Data Science (Bachelors)

Hello!I am a current student studying at the University of Exeter studying Maths with Data Science degree and I've always had a passion for Maths. From since I was a child my fascination with the subject was through the roof. I've always l...

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Ashley T.

Nottingham - Politics and Economics (Bachelors)

Achieved an A* (90%) in A-level English. Available to tutor English Language/Literature across all stages of secondary education (aged 11-18).

£30-£32

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3 reviews

89 lessons

Ashley T.

Nottingham - Politics and Economics (Bachelors)

Achieved an A* (90%) in A-level English. Available to tutor English Language/Literature across all stages of secondary education (aged 11-18).

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