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Petros S.

Cambridge - MRes in Connected Electronic & Photonic Systems (1+3 PhD) (Masters)

My name is Petros, I study at University of Cambridge CE&PS.I come from a diverse and international background so i try to give a unique approach to each

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

61 reviews

463 lessons

Petros S.

Cambridge - MRes in Connected Electronic & Photonic Systems (1+3 PhD) (Masters)

My name is Petros, I study at University of Cambridge CE&PS.I come from a diverse and international background so i try to give a unique approach to each

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Viraj S.

Warwick - Mechanical engineering (Bachelors)

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

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

51 reviews

474 lessons

Viraj S.

Warwick - Mechanical engineering (Bachelors)

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

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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

10 reviews

128 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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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

203 reviews

1145 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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Lawrance C.

Responds quickly

Cambridge - Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Integrated Masters)

Hi! I help students unlock their learning potential. We do this by understanding challenging topics with intuition and careful logic. (Click for testimonies.)

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

57 reviews

499 lessons

Lawrance C.

Responds quickly

Cambridge - Electrical & Electronic Engineering (Integrated Masters)

Hi! I help students unlock their learning potential. We do this by understanding challenging topics with intuition and careful logic. (Click for testimonies.)

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