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Umad P.

Bristol - MEng in Computer Science (Masters)

Computer Science Undergraduate, who loves solving, tackling and explaining new problems using traditional methods with an innovative pioneering approach.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

22 reviews

489 lessons

Umad P.

Bristol - MEng in Computer Science (Masters)

Computer Science Undergraduate, who loves solving, tackling and explaining new problems using traditional methods with an innovative pioneering approach.

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Edvinas D.

Sheffield - Computer Science (Integrated Masters)

2nd year Computer Science student at university. Proficiency in maths, computing, programming, and problem solving.

£22-£27

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Star 5 / 5

19 reviews

194 lessons

Edvinas D.

Sheffield - Computer Science (Integrated Masters)

2nd year Computer Science student at university. Proficiency in maths, computing, programming, and problem solving.

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Conal S.

Loughborough - Computer Science G400 (Bachelors)

I am a friendly Computer Science undergraduate who approaches all of his lessons with energy and commitment.As a student leader of 7 years in the Music in Secondary School Trust (MISST) Orchestra, I have learned how important clear communication i...

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

55 reviews

383 lessons

Conal S.

Loughborough - Computer Science G400 (Bachelors)

I am a friendly Computer Science undergraduate who approaches all of his lessons with energy and commitment.As a student leader of 7 years in the Music in Secondary School Trust (MISST) Orchestra, I have learned how important clear communication i...

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Uma S.

Edinburgh - Cognitive Science (Bachelors)

Cognitive Science student with a passion for all things Maths and Computer Science hoping to help students improve their confidence and understanding :)

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

29 reviews

244 lessons

Uma S.

Edinburgh - Cognitive Science (Bachelors)

Cognitive Science student with a passion for all things Maths and Computer Science hoping to help students improve their confidence and understanding :)

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Harman M.

Nottingham - Engineering And Physical Sciences (Foundation)

Hi I'm Harman, I'm a student studying engineering. Having had a personal tutor for my GCSE's myself, I know what I wanted for my time and money so I know how to make it worth it. I enjoy teaching but I also like exercising and playing ...

£22-£27

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Harman M.

Nottingham - Engineering And Physical Sciences (Foundation)

Hi I'm Harman, I'm a student studying engineering. Having had a personal tutor for my GCSE's myself, I know what I wanted for my time and money so I know how to make it worth it. I enjoy teaching but I also like exercising and playing ...

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Priyam S.

Surrey - Computer and Internet Engineering (Bachelors)

Problem solving is something I thrive on. I believe because of this, I loved doing maths A level. The relation of maths and problem-solving with computing engineering is something that really interested me, also, which I ended up studying as a deg...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

2 reviews

51 lessons

Priyam S.

Surrey - Computer and Internet Engineering (Bachelors)

Problem solving is something I thrive on. I believe because of this, I loved doing maths A level. The relation of maths and problem-solving with computing engineering is something that really interested me, also, which I ended up studying as a deg...

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How much does it cost to get an ICT GCSE tutor? Finding the ICT GCSE right tutor should be a great experience for you and your teen, and price shouldn’t get in the way of that. That’s why our tutors charge just £22/hr with no added fees - what you see is what you pay. How many hours of tutoring is needed for ICT GCSE? This will somewhat depend on your teen’s current stage of preparation and what they’d like to cover. There are 3 easy steps your teen can take with their tutor to find out how they can reach their goals: 1. Assess - our ICT GCSE tutors can take some time in their first tutorial with your teen. This could include reading through their personal statement and talking about any concerns they have about the process. 2. Plan - from here, your tutor can set a realistic timeframe for how often your teen will need tutorials. 3. Put into action - does this plan match your budget? Does it fit with your family’s schedule? Just one tutorial a week can help your teen to prepare for their ICT GCSE exams. Regular feedback from your teen’s tutor will help them to understand what stage they’re at and when they’re ready - helping them to go into their exams feeling confident and prepared. How do I find an ICT GCSE tutor? There’s a few different ways to tell when you’ve hit the mark with your tutor search: - Academic background - do they have experience in the same exam board your teen is studying for? - Personality fit - do they generally seem like a good fit for your teen personality-wise? Can they communicate in a way your teen will understand and find engaging? - Availability - can they give tutorials when you need them, e.g. weekends or holiday cover? Are they flexible if your schedule changes? Looking for more information? Book a free video meeting with one of our excellent ICT GCSE tutors today to see how online tutoring can boost your teen’s studies.

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