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Ciara H.

Super tutor

Sheffield - Physics with Medical Physics (Masters)

Confident, reliable Medical Physics graduate with over 6 years of tutoring experience

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

212 reviews

2103 lessons

Ciara H.

Super tutor

Sheffield - Physics with Medical Physics (Masters)

Confident, reliable Medical Physics graduate with over 6 years of tutoring experience

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Michael H.

Super tutor

Cambridge - Engineering (Integrated Masters)

Hi! I’m Michael and I am an Engineering graduate of the University of Cambridge. I am very passionate about helping students face their exams with confidence.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

140 reviews

1709 lessons

Michael H.

Super tutor

Cambridge - Engineering (Integrated Masters)

Hi! I’m Michael and I am an Engineering graduate of the University of Cambridge. I am very passionate about helping students face their exams with confidence.

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Amy B.

Durham - BSc Maths and Computer Science (Bachelors)

Hi!I'm Amy, a first-year Maths and Computer Science student from Durham :).I love my degree because it allows me to explore and learn about a broad range of topics from my two favourite subjects!!I hope that I can help you to love learning too...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

51 reviews

195 lessons

Amy B.

Durham - BSc Maths and Computer Science (Bachelors)

Hi!I'm Amy, a first-year Maths and Computer Science student from Durham :).I love my degree because it allows me to explore and learn about a broad range of topics from my two favourite subjects!!I hope that I can help you to love learning too...

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Joseph D.

Responds quickly

Durham - Mathematics (MMATH) (Integrated Masters)

Third year mathematics student at Durham University, passionate about helping students of all abilities achieve their goals.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

16 reviews

354 lessons

Joseph D.

Responds quickly

Durham - Mathematics (MMATH) (Integrated Masters)

Third year mathematics student at Durham University, passionate about helping students of all abilities achieve their goals.

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Roda A.

Glasgow - Theoretical Physics (Bachelors)

I'm Roda! I'm a dedicated tutor who loves to teach, inspire others and help others achieve their goals and dreams.

£22-£27

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Star 4 / 5

1 reviews

187 lessons

Roda A.

Glasgow - Theoretical Physics (Bachelors)

I'm Roda! I'm a dedicated tutor who loves to teach, inspire others and help others achieve their goals and dreams.

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Curtis E.

Super tutor

Bath - Mathematical Sciences (Bachelors)

Covering a whole array of Maths to make sure you understand each and every topic. I won't be satisfied until you're fully confident you can ace any exam you sit

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

218 reviews

1502 lessons

Curtis E.

Super tutor

Bath - Mathematical Sciences (Bachelors)

Covering a whole array of Maths to make sure you understand each and every topic. I won't be satisfied until you're fully confident you can ace any exam you sit

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