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Aaman S.

Birmingham - Accounting and Finance (Bachelors)

Enthusiastic and friendly accounting student at University of Birmingham dedicated in helping you reach your goals :)

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

10 reviews

160 lessons

Aaman S.

Birmingham - Accounting and Finance (Bachelors)

Enthusiastic and friendly accounting student at University of Birmingham dedicated in helping you reach your goals :)

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Maria P.

Bath - Bsc Economics (Bachelors)

Hello! My name Maria and I am a BSc Economics student, studying at the University of Bath.Studying economics allows me to have daily interaction with high-level Mathematics, a subject that excites me and I am very passionate about. As a student th...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

93 reviews

450 lessons

Maria P.

Bath - Bsc Economics (Bachelors)

Hello! My name Maria and I am a BSc Economics student, studying at the University of Bath.Studying economics allows me to have daily interaction with high-level Mathematics, a subject that excites me and I am very passionate about. As a student th...

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Ezgi T.

Warwick - Global Sustainable Development (Bachelors)

Friendly university student, who is passionate about making a difference and ensuring their students achieve their maximum potential. Studied Mathematics up until A-levels and has tutoring experience from both self employment and within a company....

£37-£39

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Star 4.6 / 5

13 reviews

204 lessons

Ezgi T.

Warwick - Global Sustainable Development (Bachelors)

Friendly university student, who is passionate about making a difference and ensuring their students achieve their maximum potential. Studied Mathematics up until A-levels and has tutoring experience from both self employment and within a company....

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Kieran P.

Warwick - BSc Economics (Bachelors)

£47-£49

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Star 4.5 / 5

2 reviews

58 lessons

Kieran P.

Warwick - BSc Economics (Bachelors)

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Charlotte R.

Exeter - Theology and Religion (Bachelors)

I currently study Theology and Religion at university (although I haven't taken the subject since GCSE!). I love learning about how religion shapes our world but also how it shapes how we each individually view the world.In my spare time I lov...

£22-£27

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Charlotte R.

Exeter - Theology and Religion (Bachelors)

I currently study Theology and Religion at university (although I haven't taken the subject since GCSE!). I love learning about how religion shapes our world but also how it shapes how we each individually view the world.In my spare time I lov...

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Samvir J.

Super tutor

Leeds - Maths and Economics (Bachelors)

Hey, my name is Sami and I am a second year student an the University of Leeds studying Maths and Economics. I have always had a passion and natural flair for maths since I was young. My love for business and economics stemmed from high school whe...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

60 reviews

506 lessons

Samvir J.

Super tutor

Leeds - Maths and Economics (Bachelors)

Hey, my name is Sami and I am a second year student an the University of Leeds studying Maths and Economics. I have always had a passion and natural flair for maths since I was young. My love for business and economics stemmed from high school whe...

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