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Max R.

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Trinity College Dublin - English (Bachelors)

Hi. I'm Max. Im originally from Edinburgh and I study English at Trinity College Dublin. I've always been incredibly passionate about literature since I was at school achieving A*s at GCSE and A Level. I love studying literature as there a...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

71 reviews

735 lessons

Max R.

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Trinity College Dublin - English (Bachelors)

Hi. I'm Max. Im originally from Edinburgh and I study English at Trinity College Dublin. I've always been incredibly passionate about literature since I was at school achieving A*s at GCSE and A Level. I love studying literature as there a...

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Alexandra P.

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University College London - History of Art (Bachelors)

Currently studying at UCL, looking to inspire students and help them fulfil their very potential.

£37-£39

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63 reviews

590 lessons

Alexandra P.

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University College London - History of Art (Bachelors)

Currently studying at UCL, looking to inspire students and help them fulfil their very potential.

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Anastasia B.

Exeter - Art History, Visual Culture and English Literature (Bachelors)

University of Exeter and Mountview Academy of Performing Arts - Drama, English Literature, English Language and Art History Tutor

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

11 reviews

46 lessons

Anastasia B.

Exeter - Art History, Visual Culture and English Literature (Bachelors)

University of Exeter and Mountview Academy of Performing Arts - Drama, English Literature, English Language and Art History Tutor

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Dora B.

Loughborough - Architecture (Bachelors)

I'm a current architecture student at Loughborough University. The range of skills needed for architecture makes me a well-equipped tutor for a range of subjects, with my strength being in essay writing and fine art....

£37-£39

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

41 lessons

Dora B.

Loughborough - Architecture (Bachelors)

I'm a current architecture student at Loughborough University. The range of skills needed for architecture makes me a well-equipped tutor for a range of subjects, with my strength being in essay writing and fine art....

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Elena O.

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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

88 reviews

545 lessons

Elena O.

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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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Georgia W.

Birmingham - History of Art (Bachelors)

Mature, hard-working student looking to share my passion for art and literature.

£22-£27

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Star 5 / 5

26 reviews

202 lessons

Georgia W.

Birmingham - History of Art (Bachelors)

Mature, hard-working student looking to share my passion for art and literature.

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