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Daniel C.

Sheffield - Aerospace Engineering (Masters)

First Class Aerospace Engineering Graduate [Masters] - Creative and yet focused session approach with a passion for mathematics and science

£22-£27

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Daniel C.

Sheffield - Aerospace Engineering (Masters)

First Class Aerospace Engineering Graduate [Masters] - Creative and yet focused session approach with a passion for mathematics and science

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Jess D.

Super tutor

Cardiff - Biological Sciences (Integrated Masters)

Hi, I'm Jess! I'm currently studying Biology at Cardiff University, with a focus on genetics and cancer

£37-£39

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415 reviews

4609 lessons

Jess D.

Super tutor

Cardiff - Biological Sciences (Integrated Masters)

Hi, I'm Jess! I'm currently studying Biology at Cardiff University, with a focus on genetics and cancer

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Umad P.

Bristol - MEng in Computer Science (Masters)

Computer Science Undergraduate, who loves solving, tackling and explaining new problems using traditional methods with an innovative pioneering approach.

£47-£49

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22 reviews

489 lessons

Umad P.

Bristol - MEng in Computer Science (Masters)

Computer Science Undergraduate, who loves solving, tackling and explaining new problems using traditional methods with an innovative pioneering approach.

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Wajid K.

Queen Mary - Accounting and Finance (Bachelors)

Currently a 2nd year BSc Accounting and Finance student at Queen Mary University of London, who is committed on ensuring students strive to reach their full potential in achieving and improving upon their GCSE maths grades.<br />...

£22-£27

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0 reviews

54 lessons

Wajid K.

Queen Mary - Accounting and Finance (Bachelors)

Currently a 2nd year BSc Accounting and Finance student at Queen Mary University of London, who is committed on ensuring students strive to reach their full potential in achieving and improving upon their GCSE maths grades.<br />...

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Edvinas D.

Sheffield - Computer Science (Integrated Masters)

2nd year Computer Science student at university. Proficiency in maths, computing, programming, and problem solving.

£22-£27

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Star 5 / 5

19 reviews

194 lessons

Edvinas D.

Sheffield - Computer Science (Integrated Masters)

2nd year Computer Science student at university. Proficiency in maths, computing, programming, and problem solving.

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Rasheedat A.

Kent - biomedical science (Bachelors)

Tutoring to me is not a job, it is me helping students be the better version of themselves and builing confidence,you can do it,hardwork and belief is all.

£47-£49

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52 lessons

Rasheedat A.

Kent - biomedical science (Bachelors)

Tutoring to me is not a job, it is me helping students be the better version of themselves and builing confidence,you can do it,hardwork and belief is all.

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