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Viraj S.

Responds quickly
Super tutor

Warwick - Mechanical engineering (Bachelors)

An aspiring engineer that is mature, helpful and considerate. I am especially passionate about STEM subjects.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

53 reviews

502 lessons

Viraj S.

Responds quickly
Super tutor

Warwick - Mechanical engineering (Bachelors)

An aspiring engineer that is mature, helpful and considerate. I am especially passionate about STEM subjects.

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Joe T.

Super tutor

Warwick - Discrete Mathematics (Bachelors)

Maths made easy with a dedicated, patient and friendly tutor. Maths can be fun and easy with the right guidance. Let me show you how!

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

204 reviews

1186 lessons

Joe T.

Super tutor

Warwick - Discrete Mathematics (Bachelors)

Maths made easy with a dedicated, patient and friendly tutor. Maths can be fun and easy with the right guidance. Let me show you how!

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Daniel C.

Super tutor

Warwick - Cyber Security (Bachelors)

Experienced tutor offering personalised support, tailored lesson plans and a comprehensive resource bank, check out my video!

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

114 reviews

893 lessons

Daniel C.

Super tutor

Warwick - Cyber Security (Bachelors)

Experienced tutor offering personalised support, tailored lesson plans and a comprehensive resource bank, check out my video!

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Yash R.

Imperial College London - electrical and electronic engineering (Integrated Masters)

Engineering student, who is dedicated to making sure their students understand content and can apply their knowledge in exams to achieve top grades!

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

12 reviews

135 lessons

Yash R.

Imperial College London - electrical and electronic engineering (Integrated Masters)

Engineering student, who is dedicated to making sure their students understand content and can apply their knowledge in exams to achieve top grades!

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Phillipos K.

Super tutor

Leeds - Theoretical Physics (MPhys) (Integrated Masters)

I'm a Theoretical Physics PhD student and I have tutored over 60 students in nearly 1000 sessions (including SEN). Please feel free to drop me a message:)

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

85 reviews

1088 lessons

Phillipos K.

Super tutor

Leeds - Theoretical Physics (MPhys) (Integrated Masters)

I'm a Theoretical Physics PhD student and I have tutored over 60 students in nearly 1000 sessions (including SEN). Please feel free to drop me a message:)

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Rohit R.

Warwick - Computer Science (Integrated Masters)

2nd year Computer Science Uni Student achieving top a level and gcse grades with a relaxed teaching style

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

14 reviews

75 lessons

Rohit R.

Warwick - Computer Science (Integrated Masters)

2nd year Computer Science Uni Student achieving top a level and gcse grades with a relaxed teaching style

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How much does it cost to get an Electronics tutor? High quality Electronics tutoring should be available at an affordable price. That’s why our prices start from £22/hr, with no extra fees. Want to search by price? Scroll to the top of this page to use our handy filters and find a tutor that matches your needs. What jobs can you get with Electronics? Finding a job in Electronics is the start of some of the most interesting career paths on offer. Employers are attracted to these skills across a range of different companies, so what can your teen do to understand which role is the right one for them? Let’s take a look of some of the most common roles for Electronics students: - Industrial engineer - Electronic design engineer - Computer programmer - Electronics technician - Laboratory technician - Communication technician - Instrument technician - Appliance technician - Computer technician Your teen can kick start their research by looking into the roles that seem the most interesting. Getting an idea of what each role really is can help your teen to understand which skills they’ll need to develop and where their passions are in the world of work. Will a tutor make a difference to my teen’s Electronics studies? Students can benefit from one-to-one support at any level. It can give them an extra boost in between school, giving them a space to ask questions and go back over any Electronics topics that might be a bit tougher. Our tutors can help to: - Be a mentor - a bonus of one-to-one Italian tutoring is having a role model. Our tutors have taken their Italian exams in recent years and know exactly what your teen is up against, so they can share their best advice for how to ace these exams, just like they did. - Track progress - keep on top of your teen’s progress with regular feedback from your tutor that they can also share with your teen. This can help them understand how far they’ve come, and what’s left to do. Breaking down the journey and understanding their achievements can be key to motivating your teen and pushing them closer towards smashing their goals. - Prepare for exams - our tutors can share their experience and insider knowledge on how to approach Electronics exams. Be sure to be open with your tutor on what your teen is looking to improve so they can tailor tutorials around these areas. - Improve content knowledge - revisiting difficult topics to fill in the gaps and make sure your teen is feeling confident and prepared for their exams. Sounds interesting? Why not try online tutoring and book a free video meeting with one of our talented Electronics tutors today.

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