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Ashton E.

University College London - MSci Astrophysics (Integrated Masters)

An enthusiastic astrophysics student who aims to build confidence in their pupils so they can reach top grades.

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

7 reviews

44 lessons

Ashton E.

University College London - MSci Astrophysics (Integrated Masters)

An enthusiastic astrophysics student who aims to build confidence in their pupils so they can reach top grades.

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Jessica H.

University of Oxford - BA Japanese (Bachelors)

Oxford undergraduate, hoping to support students access higher education, excel in academia, and enjoy their studies! Especially passionate about humanities.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

12 reviews

56 lessons

Jessica H.

University of Oxford - BA Japanese (Bachelors)

Oxford undergraduate, hoping to support students access higher education, excel in academia, and enjoy their studies! Especially passionate about humanities.

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Louisa J.

Central Lancashire - TESOL with Japanese (Bachelors)

With 2 years of teaching experience, I'll provide an engaging, easy-going lesson you can enjoy

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

23 reviews

153 lessons

Louisa J.

Central Lancashire - TESOL with Japanese (Bachelors)

With 2 years of teaching experience, I'll provide an engaging, easy-going lesson you can enjoy

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Sanjana K.

Bristol - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Sanjana! I am a Medical student at Bristol and I love to teach! I’d love to make any preparations towards exams even the slightest bit easier. I’d love to share all the little tips and tricks I have learnt along the way ...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

34 lessons

Sanjana K.

Bristol - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Sanjana! I am a Medical student at Bristol and I love to teach! I’d love to make any preparations towards exams even the slightest bit easier. I’d love to share all the little tips and tricks I have learnt along the way ...

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Joshua A.

Nottingham - Law LLB (Bachelors)

Law graduate with experiece in tutoring. Highly passionate about assisting the younger generation in reaching their full potential through education...

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

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Joshua A.

Nottingham - Law LLB (Bachelors)

Law graduate with experiece in tutoring. Highly passionate about assisting the younger generation in reaching their full potential through education...

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Harry F.

Super tutor

Birmingham - Biochemistry (Integrated Masters)

Hi I'm Harry, a First Class MSci Biochemistry graduate from the University of Birmingham. I am a native Japanese speaker and I am passionate about sharing Japan

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

186 reviews

1159 lessons

Harry F.

Super tutor

Birmingham - Biochemistry (Integrated Masters)

Hi I'm Harry, a First Class MSci Biochemistry graduate from the University of Birmingham. I am a native Japanese speaker and I am passionate about sharing Japan

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How much does a Japanese GCSE tutor cost? Getting top quality Japanese GCSE tutoring should be simple and affordable, so our prices start from just £22/hr. No extra fees. Will a tutor make a difference to my teen’s Japanese GCSE studies? Over 125 million people speak Japanese worldwide, making this skill a strong asset to employers across a selection of industries. Using their strong analytical skills and an ability to work with a broad range of people, your teen will benefit from many exciting career opportunities. To start their search for a career they’re excited for, your teen can look into different roles online and talk to anyone that might be able to give some insights in their chosen field, from family members to a private tutor. A few examples of potential roles are: 1. Boosting content knowledge - revisiting tricky verb tenses or grammar rules can help your teen strengthen their Japanese skills. Tutors will help them fill in the gaps and make sure they’re feeling confident and prepared ahead of their Japanese GCSE writing, listening and speaking exams. 2. Tracking progress - your tutor can keep on top of how well your teen’s doing and create a plan to help them smash their targets. Having the road planned out can improve confidence and help them stay energised throughout their Japanese GCSE studies, getting them a big step closer to success. 3. Getting ready for exams - our tutors can share their own tested experience on how to approach Japanese GCSE exams to hit the marking criteria and achieve top marks. Encourage your teen to be open with their tutor about the areas they’re looking to cover - tutors can tailor your teen’s tutorials around these areas to get the most out of tutoring and get the results they’re working towards. What jobs can I get with Japanese GCSE? Japanese GCSE can lead to lots of exciting careers. If your teen is looking for some help jump-starting their search, then look no further. We’ve put together some of the most popular roles that Japanese GCSE students go into after their studies: - Strategic workforce planning business partner - Global employability support advisor - Insurance consultant - HR & recruitment manager - Stockbroker - Japanese/English teacher - NHS graduate management trainee - Publishing Assistant - Social media coordinator - Fashion beauty editor - Advertising content editor - Translation and communications specialist Wondering if online tutoring is a good fit? Book a free video meeting with one of our skilled Japanese GCSE tutors to discover the benefits of tutoring today.

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