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Calvin E.

Sheffield - Computer Science (Bachelors)

I am passionate about learning and helping others learn. There's always something new to discover in any subject, which makes the journey of learning fun and fulfilling. With a growth mindset and the right approach to learning, many exciting p...

£22-£27

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Star 4.9 / 5

40 reviews

285 lessons

Calvin E.

Sheffield - Computer Science (Bachelors)

I am passionate about learning and helping others learn. There's always something new to discover in any subject, which makes the journey of learning fun and fulfilling. With a growth mindset and the right approach to learning, many exciting p...

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Aaishah A.

Super tutor

Leeds - History (Bachelors)

Experienced, friendly tutor who teaches from Ks1 - A-level. I hope to build student's confidence so that they can achieve the grades that they need and deserve.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

158 reviews

2312 lessons

Aaishah A.

Super tutor

Leeds - History (Bachelors)

Experienced, friendly tutor who teaches from Ks1 - A-level. I hope to build student's confidence so that they can achieve the grades that they need and deserve.

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Sumita G.

Super tutor

City, University of London - Actuarial Science (Bachelors)

I am a currently studying accounting and finance at Bayes Business school. Maths has always been my favourite subject at school which led me to want to study a career in finance. I love teachings students Maths and sharing my techniques and seeing...

£37-£39

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

10 reviews

575 lessons

Sumita G.

Super tutor

City, University of London - Actuarial Science (Bachelors)

I am a currently studying accounting and finance at Bayes Business school. Maths has always been my favourite subject at school which led me to want to study a career in finance. I love teachings students Maths and sharing my techniques and seeing...

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Sugeshkrishna S.

University College London - BSc Economics and Statistics (Bachelors)

I am in my first year of UCL studying BSc Economics and Statistics.As far back as I can remember, Maths has always been my favourite subject. As a child, I was always in set 1 during my school years and was able to achieve a grade 9 in GCSE Maths ...

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

26 reviews

379 lessons

Sugeshkrishna S.

University College London - BSc Economics and Statistics (Bachelors)

I am in my first year of UCL studying BSc Economics and Statistics.As far back as I can remember, Maths has always been my favourite subject. As a child, I was always in set 1 during my school years and was able to achieve a grade 9 in GCSE Maths ...

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Thomas T.

Nottingham - Economics BSc (Bachelors)

First Class degree in Economics BSc. My lessons are fun and engaging, allowing students to reach their full potential! Experience in teaching ages 14-21.

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

16 reviews

97 lessons

Thomas T.

Nottingham - Economics BSc (Bachelors)

First Class degree in Economics BSc. My lessons are fun and engaging, allowing students to reach their full potential! Experience in teaching ages 14-21.

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Tae K.

Nottingham - Industrial Economics (Bachelors)

I currently attend the University of Nottingham and study economics so I understand what it takes to accomplish your goals so you can attend your desired Universities, Secondary schools or make great strides in whatever passion you have. Having be...

£37-£39

/hr

Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

942 lessons

Tae K.

Nottingham - Industrial Economics (Bachelors)

I currently attend the University of Nottingham and study economics so I understand what it takes to accomplish your goals so you can attend your desired Universities, Secondary schools or make great strides in whatever passion you have. Having be...

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