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Monica P.

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St Andrews - Joint Honours in Social Anthropology and History (Masters)

My name is Monica from Glasgow, I am very chatty and keen to help students study subjects I loved in school

£47-£49

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

367 reviews

5000 lessons

Monica P.

Super tutor

St Andrews - Joint Honours in Social Anthropology and History (Masters)

My name is Monica from Glasgow, I am very chatty and keen to help students study subjects I loved in school

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Katie M.

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Edinburgh - MA (Hons) History and Politics with Year Abroad (Integrated Masters)

Friendly and enthusiastic graduate tutor; I believe with the right support any student can achieve A*s, and I would love to help you get there!

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

199 reviews

1840 lessons

Katie M.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - MA (Hons) History and Politics with Year Abroad (Integrated Masters)

Friendly and enthusiastic graduate tutor; I believe with the right support any student can achieve A*s, and I would love to help you get there!

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Anthony W.

Super tutor

University of Oxford - Late Antique and Byzantine Studies (Masters)

I am an experienced English and History tutor who also offers Oxbridge application assistance.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

127 reviews

962 lessons

Anthony W.

Super tutor

University of Oxford - Late Antique and Byzantine Studies (Masters)

I am an experienced English and History tutor who also offers Oxbridge application assistance.

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Deri R.

Super tutor

Glasgow - Human Rights (Masters)

A master's student in Human Rights, with a first-class honours in Politics and International Relations, with long-term experience offering personalised tutoring

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

49 reviews

642 lessons

Deri R.

Super tutor

Glasgow - Human Rights (Masters)

A master's student in Human Rights, with a first-class honours in Politics and International Relations, with long-term experience offering personalised tutoring

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Willa M.

St Andrews - Social Anthropology (Bachelors)

School can get confusing, with so many classes and a lot of information to learn.With exams coming up, having effective learning and revision techniques are key and I have many to share which cater to different learning styles!I am here to help yo...

£37-£39

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

62 lessons

Willa M.

St Andrews - Social Anthropology (Bachelors)

School can get confusing, with so many classes and a lot of information to learn.With exams coming up, having effective learning and revision techniques are key and I have many to share which cater to different learning styles!I am here to help yo...

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Alice M.

Hartpury University - BA (Hons) Equine Business Management (Bachelors)

£22-£27

/hr

Star 5 / 5

3 reviews

61 lessons

Alice M.

Hartpury University - BA (Hons) Equine Business Management (Bachelors)

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