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Marcus K.

Cambridge - History (Bachelors)

First-Class Cambridge graduate with a track record of excellent tutoring, committed to consistent improvement in learning experience and exam performance.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

48 reviews

496 lessons

Marcus K.

Cambridge - History (Bachelors)

First-Class Cambridge graduate with a track record of excellent tutoring, committed to consistent improvement in learning experience and exam performance.

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Natasha H.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - English Literature and History (Bachelors)

Hardworking, enthusiastic and passionate. I am determined to help my pupils achieve their academic goals and boost their confidence within their subject.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

67 reviews

575 lessons

Natasha H.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - English Literature and History (Bachelors)

Hardworking, enthusiastic and passionate. I am determined to help my pupils achieve their academic goals and boost their confidence within their subject.

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Lara B.

St Andrews - History (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Lara, and I study Ancient History at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, and I can't wait to help my tutees!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

10 reviews

142 lessons

Lara B.

St Andrews - History (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Lara, and I study Ancient History at the University of St Andrews in Scotland, and I can't wait to help my tutees!

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Shaina S.

St John's College, Oxford - History (Bachelors)

Hi there! I'm Shaina, a second-year History student at the University of Oxford and a passionate teacher and learner. I want to help my students build their confidence and competence in their subject by providing a source of encouragement, sub...

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

58 reviews

448 lessons

Shaina S.

St John's College, Oxford - History (Bachelors)

Hi there! I'm Shaina, a second-year History student at the University of Oxford and a passionate teacher and learner. I want to help my students build their confidence and competence in their subject by providing a source of encouragement, sub...

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Merrick C.

Kings College London - History (Bachelors)

I am a passionate student of History with experience in schools, based in London.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

19 reviews

155 lessons

Merrick C.

Kings College London - History (Bachelors)

I am a passionate student of History with experience in schools, based in London.

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Holly L.

Super tutor

Durham - Criminology (Masters)

I am a highly motivated, committed individual with an affinity for working with children - helping them to achieve their goals.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

151 reviews

613 lessons

Holly L.

Super tutor

Durham - Criminology (Masters)

I am a highly motivated, committed individual with an affinity for working with children - helping them to achieve their goals.

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