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Hasnain K.

Super tutor

Manchester - BSc Mathematics with Financial Mathematics (Bachelors)

Passionate and determined Maths graduate looking to make Maths easy for students at all levels.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

152 reviews

709 lessons

Hasnain K.

Super tutor

Manchester - BSc Mathematics with Financial Mathematics (Bachelors)

Passionate and determined Maths graduate looking to make Maths easy for students at all levels.

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Solomon L.

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York - Mathematics (Doctorate)

PhD student with 8+ years of tutoring experience ready to help you improve your grades and confidence in Maths! Check out my video in my profile!

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

367 reviews

2043 lessons

Solomon L.

Super tutor

York - Mathematics (Doctorate)

PhD student with 8+ years of tutoring experience ready to help you improve your grades and confidence in Maths! Check out my video in my profile!

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Bogdan P.

Responds quickly

Southampton - Engineering Doctorate in Computational Engineering (Doctorate)

Lecturer and Doctor in Aerospace Engineering with passion and experience in teaching maths and physics.

£47-£49

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Star 4.9 / 5

26 reviews

70 lessons

Bogdan P.

Responds quickly

Southampton - Engineering Doctorate in Computational Engineering (Doctorate)

Lecturer and Doctor in Aerospace Engineering with passion and experience in teaching maths and physics.

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Nerijus S.

Responds quickly
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Loughborough - Applied Mathematics (Doctorate)

Always aiming to inspire as well as teach, I am dedicated to delivering a friendly, flexible and reliable service that is tailored to your needs and aspirations

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

124 reviews

1092 lessons

Nerijus S.

Responds quickly
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Loughborough - Applied Mathematics (Doctorate)

Always aiming to inspire as well as teach, I am dedicated to delivering a friendly, flexible and reliable service that is tailored to your needs and aspirations

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Thomas B.

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Imperial College London - PhD in Mathematics (Doctorate)

I am a friendly, patient mathematics tutor with a doctorate in Mathematics. I have a lot of recent experience in tutoring A-level and GCSE maths.

£47-£49

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Star 4.8 / 5

133 reviews

2320 lessons

Thomas B.

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Imperial College London - PhD in Mathematics (Doctorate)

I am a friendly, patient mathematics tutor with a doctorate in Mathematics. I have a lot of recent experience in tutoring A-level and GCSE maths.

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Ishaaq A.

Queen Mary University - Mathematics & Computer Science (Bachelors)

My name is Ishaaq, I study Mathematics & Computer Science at Queen Mary University. I love programming and tackling hard maths problems. I had struggled with maths throughout secondary school because maths was taught poorly at my school.

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

22 lessons

Ishaaq A.

Queen Mary University - Mathematics & Computer Science (Bachelors)

My name is Ishaaq, I study Mathematics & Computer Science at Queen Mary University. I love programming and tackling hard maths problems. I had struggled with maths throughout secondary school because maths was taught poorly at my school.

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