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Grace B.

Super tutor

Durham - Modern Languages and Cultures (Bachelors)

French and Spanish student at Durham University with a keen interest in Languages and Literature. Excited to help you gain confidence in your subject.

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

50 reviews

1185 lessons

Grace B.

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Durham - Modern Languages and Cultures (Bachelors)

French and Spanish student at Durham University with a keen interest in Languages and Literature. Excited to help you gain confidence in your subject.

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Murron M.

St Andrews - MA (Hons) English Literature and Modern History (Masters)

Hi, I'm Murron and I'm a third year student at the University of St Andrews, studying for a joint honours in English Literature and Modern History. I have loved studying English as part of my degree so far and am looking forward to helping...

£30-£32

/hr

Star 4.7 / 5

7 reviews

396 lessons

Murron M.

St Andrews - MA (Hons) English Literature and Modern History (Masters)

Hi, I'm Murron and I'm a third year student at the University of St Andrews, studying for a joint honours in English Literature and Modern History. I have loved studying English as part of my degree so far and am looking forward to helping...

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Madina M.

York - Law, Legal and Political Theory (Masters)

I’m understanding and friendly and like to work collaboratively with my students to find an approach which works for each individual. I believe that honesty and a clear line of communication is key to helping students succeed. As a young pro

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

263 lessons

Madina M.

York - Law, Legal and Political Theory (Masters)

I’m understanding and friendly and like to work collaboratively with my students to find an approach which works for each individual. I believe that honesty and a clear line of communication is key to helping students succeed. As a young pro

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HAZEL P.

Oxford - Jurisprudence (Bachelors)

Hey there,I'm a current student at the University of Oxford studying Jurisprudence (law) as an undergraduate.

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

16 reviews

111 lessons

HAZEL P.

Oxford - Jurisprudence (Bachelors)

Hey there,I'm a current student at the University of Oxford studying Jurisprudence (law) as an undergraduate.

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Emily M.

Loughborough - English Literature (Bachelors)

A warm and friendly tutor who wants to work with students to build on their confidence

£22-£27

/hr

Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

66 lessons

Emily M.

Loughborough - English Literature (Bachelors)

A warm and friendly tutor who wants to work with students to build on their confidence

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Lily V.

Royal Holloway - Law with International Relations (Bachelors)

Hello, I am Lily and I am passionate about education and empowering students to reach their academic goals. With four years of teaching experience, I've had the privilege of helping numerous students succeed in their studies. During this time,

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

96 lessons

Lily V.

Royal Holloway - Law with International Relations (Bachelors)

Hello, I am Lily and I am passionate about education and empowering students to reach their academic goals. With four years of teaching experience, I've had the privilege of helping numerous students succeed in their studies. During this time,

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