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Chloe K.

Super tutor

Huddersfield - Geography (Bachelors)

First year undergraduate in Geography! Friendly and will always look to help in whatever way I can!

£37-£39

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Star 4.8 / 5

68 reviews

504 lessons

Chloe K.

Super tutor

Huddersfield - Geography (Bachelors)

First year undergraduate in Geography! Friendly and will always look to help in whatever way I can!

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Kaya P.

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East Anglia - MSci Meteorology And Oceanography (Integrated Masters)

I’d love to help you improve your skills and boost your confidence at school at a pace that’s comfortable with you :)

£47-£49

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

12 reviews

503 lessons

Kaya P.

Super tutor

East Anglia - MSci Meteorology And Oceanography (Integrated Masters)

I’d love to help you improve your skills and boost your confidence at school at a pace that’s comfortable with you :)

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Eleanor D.

Durham - Geography Bsc (Bachelors)

Hi I'm Ellie! I am currently studying Geography at Durham University. At Alevel I studied Maths, Geography and History, with Biology at AS. As the first year g

£37-£39

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Star 4.5 / 5

15 reviews

299 lessons

Eleanor D.

Durham - Geography Bsc (Bachelors)

Hi I'm Ellie! I am currently studying Geography at Durham University. At Alevel I studied Maths, Geography and History, with Biology at AS. As the first year g

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Liana P.

Warwick - Public Policy (Masters)

Passionate about giving students opportunities to learn and accelerate, which they may not receive in school. Keen geographer, reader and theorist :)

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

19 reviews

278 lessons

Liana P.

Warwick - Public Policy (Masters)

Passionate about giving students opportunities to learn and accelerate, which they may not receive in school. Keen geographer, reader and theorist :)

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Sarina C.

Super tutor

Christ Church, Oxford - Geography (Bachelors)

My teaching style is all about personal engagement - let's find the best way to learn for you! I will always design a programme of study around your needs.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

73 reviews

781 lessons

Sarina C.

Super tutor

Christ Church, Oxford - Geography (Bachelors)

My teaching style is all about personal engagement - let's find the best way to learn for you! I will always design a programme of study around your needs.

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Abigail R.

Super tutor

Leeds - Environmental science (Integrated Masters)

PhD student, Leeds graduate and experienced tutor in Geography and Environmental Science

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

196 reviews

749 lessons

Abigail R.

Super tutor

Leeds - Environmental science (Integrated Masters)

PhD student, Leeds graduate and experienced tutor in Geography and Environmental Science

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