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Diana I.

Royal Holloway - Politics & International Relations (Bachelors)

Hello everyone! My name is Diana and I am a university tutor offering tuition in plenty of subject across various education levels, most commonly GCSE and KS3.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

19 reviews

490 lessons

Diana I.

Royal Holloway - Politics & International Relations (Bachelors)

Hello everyone! My name is Diana and I am a university tutor offering tuition in plenty of subject across various education levels, most commonly GCSE and KS3.

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Freya B.

Newcastle - Politics and Spanish (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Freya a Politics and Spanish Graduate, currently teaching English in the Canary Islands!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

71 lessons

Freya B.

Newcastle - Politics and Spanish (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Freya a Politics and Spanish Graduate, currently teaching English in the Canary Islands!

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Elena O.

Super tutor

Durham - Combined Honours in History & History of Art with Year Abroad (Bachelors)

Creative, enthusiastic and dedicated tutor hoping to instil confidence, clarity and excitement for my subjects. Experience tutor, with 5 years teaching experien

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

98 reviews

628 lessons

Elena O.

Super tutor

Durham - Combined Honours in History & History of Art with Year Abroad (Bachelors)

Creative, enthusiastic and dedicated tutor hoping to instil confidence, clarity and excitement for my subjects. Experience tutor, with 5 years teaching experien

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Ailey M.

Sheffield - Politics and Sociology (Bachelors)

Experience tutor, First Class Politics and Sociology Graduate who is dedicated to helping student reach their goals and meet their full potential. .

£47-£49

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

201 lessons

Ailey M.

Sheffield - Politics and Sociology (Bachelors)

Experience tutor, First Class Politics and Sociology Graduate who is dedicated to helping student reach their goals and meet their full potential. .

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Shivali S.

Bristol - Solicitors Qualificatory Exams (LLM SQE1&2) (Masters)

I'm Shivali, a University of Bristol graduate from London. Welcome to my profile!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

26 reviews

470 lessons

Shivali S.

Bristol - Solicitors Qualificatory Exams (LLM SQE1&2) (Masters)

I'm Shivali, a University of Bristol graduate from London. Welcome to my profile!

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Arya G.

Kings College London - Law and Professional Practice (Masters)

Teaching the social sciences, helping students connect on a personal level with their subjects!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

20 reviews

122 lessons

Arya G.

Kings College London - Law and Professional Practice (Masters)

Teaching the social sciences, helping students connect on a personal level with their subjects!

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