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Molly R.

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York - Literature of the Romantic Period (Masters)

My name is Molly and I I am a hardworking and enthusiastic student who has just completed a BA in English and Politics at the University of York, and is now stu

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

37 reviews

614 lessons

Molly R.

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York - Literature of the Romantic Period (Masters)

My name is Molly and I I am a hardworking and enthusiastic student who has just completed a BA in English and Politics at the University of York, and is now stu

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Siddiqa M.

Leicester - Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Bachelors)

🌟 **Unlock Your Academic Potential with Siddiqa!** Greetings! I am thrilled to be your guide on the path to academic success. With immense joy, I can confidently share that every student I've had the privilege of tea

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

30 reviews

229 lessons

Siddiqa M.

Leicester - Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Bachelors)

🌟 **Unlock Your Academic Potential with Siddiqa!** Greetings! I am thrilled to be your guide on the path to academic success. With immense joy, I can confidently share that every student I've had the privilege of tea

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Grace B.

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Durham - Modern Languages and Cultures (Bachelors)

French and Spanish student at Durham University with a keen interest in Languages and Literature. Excited to help you gain confidence in your subject.

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

50 reviews

1184 lessons

Grace B.

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Durham - Modern Languages and Cultures (Bachelors)

French and Spanish student at Durham University with a keen interest in Languages and Literature. Excited to help you gain confidence in your subject.

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Talia N.

Exeter - Drama (Bachelors)

Hi I’m Talia, a recent drama graduate from Exeter University! I love storytelling and all its different forms; be that told through plays, books, poems, music or art. My tutoring sessions are safe spaces for students to engage with the taught mate

£22-£27

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Talia N.

Exeter - Drama (Bachelors)

Hi I’m Talia, a recent drama graduate from Exeter University! I love storytelling and all its different forms; be that told through plays, books, poems, music or art. My tutoring sessions are safe spaces for students to engage with the taught mate

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Oluwadunni P.

University of the Arts London - Fine Art (Bachelors)

I use engaging activities to reinforce skills and nurture growth mindsets in a supportive environment. My sessions achieve results while prioritising students

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

52 lessons

Oluwadunni P.

University of the Arts London - Fine Art (Bachelors)

I use engaging activities to reinforce skills and nurture growth mindsets in a supportive environment. My sessions achieve results while prioritising students

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Harriet B.

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Liverpool - English Literature (Bachelors)

I am a fully qualified English teacher teaching in a UK secondary school (year 7-year 13). I have a BA in English Literature and an MA in Philosophy of Art.

£55-£57

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153 reviews

2250 lessons

Harriet B.

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Liverpool - English Literature (Bachelors)

I am a fully qualified English teacher teaching in a UK secondary school (year 7-year 13). I have a BA in English Literature and an MA in Philosophy of Art.

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