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Sofia C.

Bristol - Italian and Spanish (Bachelors)

Friendly Italian and Spanish tutor, with an interactive and exam-focussed lesson approach.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

16 reviews

37 lessons

Sofia C.

Bristol - Italian and Spanish (Bachelors)

Friendly Italian and Spanish tutor, with an interactive and exam-focussed lesson approach.

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Emma B.

Super tutor

St Andrews - French Studies PhD (Doctorate)

Engaging and passionate postgraduate student from the University of St Andrews. Driven and hardworking and committed to improving confidence and performance.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

149 reviews

936 lessons

Emma B.

Super tutor

St Andrews - French Studies PhD (Doctorate)

Engaging and passionate postgraduate student from the University of St Andrews. Driven and hardworking and committed to improving confidence and performance.

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Safin A.

Super tutor

University College London - Scientific and Data Intensive Computing - UCL (Masters)

Recent graduate with a 1st Class. A friendly and experienced tutor with 5 years experience, with the ambition to support my students to acheive higher grades.

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

231 reviews

1257 lessons

Safin A.

Super tutor

University College London - Scientific and Data Intensive Computing - UCL (Masters)

Recent graduate with a 1st Class. A friendly and experienced tutor with 5 years experience, with the ambition to support my students to acheive higher grades.

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Mosahidur R.

Super tutor

York - Master of Physics in Theoretical Physics (Integrated Masters)

Experienced and reliable tutor with over 5 years of tutoring experience and Theoretical Physics graduate.

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

265 reviews

1709 lessons

Mosahidur R.

Super tutor

York - Master of Physics in Theoretical Physics (Integrated Masters)

Experienced and reliable tutor with over 5 years of tutoring experience and Theoretical Physics graduate.

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Golda A.

Responds quickly

Nottingham - modern languages with business (Bachelors)

As a University of Nottingham graduate with a strong academic background, I've achieved 10 GCSEs (A*-B) and 4 A-Levels (A*-C). But that's not all, I've also worked abroad in France, gaining invaluable experience and a deeper understand...

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

14 reviews

194 lessons

Golda A.

Responds quickly

Nottingham - modern languages with business (Bachelors)

As a University of Nottingham graduate with a strong academic background, I've achieved 10 GCSEs (A*-B) and 4 A-Levels (A*-C). But that's not all, I've also worked abroad in France, gaining invaluable experience and a deeper understand...

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Charlotte S.

Super tutor

Durham - Modern Languages (French and Italian) (Doctorate)

I'm a very enthusiastic linguist, and am currently studying for a PhD in French and Italian at Durham University.

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

458 reviews

2299 lessons

Charlotte S.

Super tutor

Durham - Modern Languages (French and Italian) (Doctorate)

I'm a very enthusiastic linguist, and am currently studying for a PhD in French and Italian at Durham University.

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