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Rowan N.

Bath - BSc (Hons) International Development with Economics (Bachelors)

University of Bath graduate with a strong academic background offers private tutoring in Maths and Science subjects to help students excel in their studies

£22-£27

/hr

Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

15 lessons

Rowan N.

Bath - BSc (Hons) International Development with Economics (Bachelors)

University of Bath graduate with a strong academic background offers private tutoring in Maths and Science subjects to help students excel in their studies

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Stephen S.

Sheffield - Mechanical Engineering (Masters)

I am a vibrant individual with a passion for Engineering. I believe education should be fun and I am passionate about showing people that it really is!

£47-£49

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

15 reviews

375 lessons

Stephen S.

Sheffield - Mechanical Engineering (Masters)

I am a vibrant individual with a passion for Engineering. I believe education should be fun and I am passionate about showing people that it really is!

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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

11 reviews

134 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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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

/hr

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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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

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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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Viraj S.

Warwick - Mechanical engineering (Bachelors)

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

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

52 reviews

490 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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How much does an Electronics GCSE tutor cost? Our Electronics GCSE tutors deliver top quality tutoring from just £22/hr, with no extra fees. Tutorials are fully flexible, so you can book tutorials anytime you need with no minimum contract, making sure you only pay for the tutorials that your teen actually needs. What jobs can I get with Electronics GCSE? Achieving a GCSE in Electronics can open a lot of doors for your teen’s career. The key skills they’ll learn in this subject can stretch beyond Electronics itself and can be applied to many different areas of business, media and engineering. So where do they start? It can help to do some research ahead of time to explore their options and start to pick out job titles that seem the most interesting. Some roles related to Electronics GCSE include: - Aerospace engineer - IT consultant - Broadcast engineer - CAD technician - Special effects technician - Electronics engineer - Design engineer - Systems analyst - Network engineer - Multimedia programmer How to find the right Electronics GCSE tutor? Top Electronics GCSE tutors are just around the corner - but how do you know which one is a good fit? Asking your teen what they’re looking for in a tutor, what they’d like to achieve and the skills they want to develop can be a great way to start your search. Pinpointing the type of tutor you’re looking for will help you to know when you’ve found the right fit. A few things to bear in mind when searching for a tutor: - Academic fit - do they have the right experience? Are you looking for a tutor who can produce homework and regular assessments, can your tutor deliver on this? - Personality match - the best results often come from excellent communication - can they get on well with your teen and be able to explain Electronics topics clearly? - Availability - can they provide tutorials when you need them, or are they flexible? Does your schedule match with theirs? Handpicked, skilled Electronics GCSE tutors are just a few clicks away. Book a free video meeting today to find the right fit for your teen.

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