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Kieran P.

Warwick - BSc Economics (Bachelors)

£37-£39

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Star 0 / 5

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Kieran P.

Warwick - BSc Economics (Bachelors)

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Oscar L.

Warwick - Economics (Masters)

Fast-Stream Economist with years of tutoring experience, hoping to help you love Economics and Maths as much as I do!

£47-£49

/hr

Star 4.8 / 5

5 reviews

121 lessons

Oscar L.

Warwick - Economics (Masters)

Fast-Stream Economist with years of tutoring experience, hoping to help you love Economics and Maths as much as I do!

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Yash S.

Bristol - BSc Economics (Hons) (Bachelors)

I am a 1st class final year economics student looking to help students across KS3 to University level make the most of their academic potential and succeed.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

65 reviews

402 lessons

Yash S.

Bristol - BSc Economics (Hons) (Bachelors)

I am a 1st class final year economics student looking to help students across KS3 to University level make the most of their academic potential and succeed.

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Mawuli A.

Birmingham - Economics (Masters)

Math & Econ graduate, holding an MSc in Economics alongside proffesional experience in the Civil Service. I have a focused & empowering teaching approach.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

33 reviews

149 lessons

Mawuli A.

Birmingham - Economics (Masters)

Math & Econ graduate, holding an MSc in Economics alongside proffesional experience in the Civil Service. I have a focused & empowering teaching approach.

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Jash S.

Southampton - Philosophy, Politics and Economics (Bachelors)

I enjoy teaching through the use of examples, past paper questions and active engagement. My previous experience includes; teaching Economics in Nepal, tutoring A-level economics and learning support assistant at Southampton city college. I have a...

£22-£27

/hr

Star 5 / 5

4 reviews

87 lessons

Jash S.

Southampton - Philosophy, Politics and Economics (Bachelors)

I enjoy teaching through the use of examples, past paper questions and active engagement. My previous experience includes; teaching Economics in Nepal, tutoring A-level economics and learning support assistant at Southampton city college. I have a...

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Harry G.

Super tutor

LSE - Economics (Bachelors)

I am an extremely engaged and experienced tutor with over 800 hours of experience

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

101 reviews

516 lessons

Harry G.

Super tutor

LSE - Economics (Bachelors)

I am an extremely engaged and experienced tutor with over 800 hours of experience

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