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Sabrina C.

Super tutor

Cambridge alumni - Modern and Medieval Languages (German and Spanish) (Bachelors)

Qualified MFL teacher and Oxbridge graduate, ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons for pupils keen to improve their grades!

£55-£57

/hr

Star 5 / 5

132 reviews

748 lessons

Sabrina C.

Super tutor

Cambridge alumni - Modern and Medieval Languages (German and Spanish) (Bachelors)

Qualified MFL teacher and Oxbridge graduate, ready to deliver fun and engaging lessons for pupils keen to improve their grades!

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Susan N.

Oxford Alumni - Social policy (Masters)

I am a researcher at at a think tank with experience tutoring and teaching German. I tailor classes to my students need so we both enjoy the sessions.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

14 lessons

Susan N.

Oxford Alumni - Social policy (Masters)

I am a researcher at at a think tank with experience tutoring and teaching German. I tailor classes to my students need so we both enjoy the sessions.

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Jenna C.

St Andrews - German with International Relations (Bachelors)

German and International Relations student currently on a year abroad in Germany. Offers lessons in all levels of German and English Literature.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

62 reviews

293 lessons

Jenna C.

St Andrews - German with International Relations (Bachelors)

German and International Relations student currently on a year abroad in Germany. Offers lessons in all levels of German and English Literature.

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Adam S.

Super tutor

Lancaster - Ecology and Conservation (Bachelors)

I love learning languages ... and it's my mission only to make sure that you do too!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

69 reviews

1058 lessons

Adam S.

Super tutor

Lancaster - Ecology and Conservation (Bachelors)

I love learning languages ... and it's my mission only to make sure that you do too!

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Fanni F.

Super tutor

Warwick - German and Economics (Bachelors)

Having studied at German schools and receiving A* for my A levels, it would be my pleasure to be able to tutor young students preparing for their school exams.

£55-£57

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Star 4.9 / 5

85 reviews

1544 lessons

Fanni F.

Super tutor

Warwick - German and Economics (Bachelors)

Having studied at German schools and receiving A* for my A levels, it would be my pleasure to be able to tutor young students preparing for their school exams.

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Joseff R.

Warwick - International Politics and Europe (Masters)

Philosophy and German Graduate - University of Oxford. Offers high standard tutoring tailored to the student. Fluent in English, Welsh and German.

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

33 reviews

319 lessons

Joseff R.

Warwick - International Politics and Europe (Masters)

Philosophy and German Graduate - University of Oxford. Offers high standard tutoring tailored to the student. Fluent in English, Welsh and German.

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