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Dominic B.

Glasgow - Economics MA (SocSci) (Bachelors)

.My name is Dominic, I'm an Economics student at the University of Glasgow, studying electives of French and Politics alongside my degree.

£37-£39

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Star 4.8 / 5

29 reviews

328 lessons

Dominic B.

Glasgow - Economics MA (SocSci) (Bachelors)

.My name is Dominic, I'm an Economics student at the University of Glasgow, studying electives of French and Politics alongside my degree.

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Alfie B.

Super tutor

Bath - Politics and International Relations (Bachelors)

An experienced tutor studying Politics and International Relations at the University of Bath

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

13 reviews

584 lessons

Alfie B.

Super tutor

Bath - Politics and International Relations (Bachelors)

An experienced tutor studying Politics and International Relations at the University of Bath

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Catherine N.

Cambridge - English (Bachelors)

Friendly and enthusiastic English graduate and teacher inspired to help students reach their full potential in the study of English, French and Art.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

38 reviews

378 lessons

Catherine N.

Cambridge - English (Bachelors)

Friendly and enthusiastic English graduate and teacher inspired to help students reach their full potential in the study of English, French and Art.

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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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Tim R.

Birmingham - Law with French Law LLB (Foundation)

I am a driven individual with a strong passion for my subjects. I take pride in seeing the development of my students and helping them conquer their struggles.

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

26 reviews

290 lessons

Tim R.

Birmingham - Law with French Law LLB (Foundation)

I am a driven individual with a strong passion for my subjects. I take pride in seeing the development of my students and helping them conquer their struggles.

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Lauren W.

Northampton - Interior Architecture and Spatial Design (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Lauren and I’ve been a tutor for just over 5 years. I enjoy helping young people to get the most out of their education and exams and excel.

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

138 lessons

Lauren W.

Northampton - Interior Architecture and Spatial Design (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Lauren and I’ve been a tutor for just over 5 years. I enjoy helping young people to get the most out of their education and exams and excel.

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