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Lucy F.

Newcastle - Psychology BSc (Bachelors)

Hi! Can’t wait to get studying. My specialties are English, Science and Spanish.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

42 lessons

Lucy F.

Newcastle - Psychology BSc (Bachelors)

Hi! Can’t wait to get studying. My specialties are English, Science and Spanish.

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Lola D.

Birkbeck, University of London - History (Doctorate)

First class Oxford graduate currently studying a History PhD at the University of Birkbeck, hoping to instil a joy for learning to as many students as I can!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

30 reviews

160 lessons

Lola D.

Birkbeck, University of London - History (Doctorate)

First class Oxford graduate currently studying a History PhD at the University of Birkbeck, hoping to instil a joy for learning to as many students as I can!

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Claudia B.

Kings College London - Chemistry (Bachelors)

As a university student, I have seen and have experience with academic adversity. I hope to help you by using my experiences to build confidence and knowledge.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

37 reviews

337 lessons

Claudia B.

Kings College London - Chemistry (Bachelors)

As a university student, I have seen and have experience with academic adversity. I hope to help you by using my experiences to build confidence and knowledge.

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Emily P.

Durham - Combined Honours in Social Sciences (History and International Relations) (Bachelors)

I am a highly motivated, energetic and welcoming second-year student at Durham University studying History and International Relations. Last year I completed additional maths modules in econometrics and have always had a love for both STEM and the...

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

31 reviews

183 lessons

Emily P.

Durham - Combined Honours in Social Sciences (History and International Relations) (Bachelors)

I am a highly motivated, energetic and welcoming second-year student at Durham University studying History and International Relations. Last year I completed additional maths modules in econometrics and have always had a love for both STEM and the...

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Megan S.

Exeter - English Literature (Bachelors)

Studying English at Exeter, keen to help students become more confident and enjoy English!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

35 reviews

281 lessons

Megan S.

Exeter - English Literature (Bachelors)

Studying English at Exeter, keen to help students become more confident and enjoy English!

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Maria P.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - Classics (Masters)

🌟 2023 exam results: 9-9, 9-9, 9, 8-8 (GCSE English Language-English Literature) 🌟 Free h/w marking & resources

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

1049 reviews

5485 lessons

Maria P.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - Classics (Masters)

🌟 2023 exam results: 9-9, 9-9, 9, 8-8 (GCSE English Language-English Literature) 🌟 Free h/w marking & resources

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