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Ashley I.

Manchester - (Hons) Social sciences (Bachelors)

IB and GCSE Tutor for 5 years: experienced in Math, English, Psychology, Biology, Mandarin

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

61 reviews

450 lessons

Ashley I.

Manchester - (Hons) Social sciences (Bachelors)

IB and GCSE Tutor for 5 years: experienced in Math, English, Psychology, Biology, Mandarin

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Jiani Z.

Glasgow - Psychology (Bachelors)

An aspiring Hufflepuff psychologist in the making, hoping to inspire, instil and help others!

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

26 reviews

312 lessons

Jiani Z.

Glasgow - Psychology (Bachelors)

An aspiring Hufflepuff psychologist in the making, hoping to inspire, instil and help others!

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Levi D.

Nottingham - Chemistry (Bachelors)

Hi I’m Levi, a 2nd year chemist at the university of Nottingham. I am half Chinese, quarter Dutch and quarter British. I enjoy playing many sports, but mainly football. I am tutoring because I like helping other students to overcome challenges and...

£37-£39

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

60 lessons

Levi D.

Nottingham - Chemistry (Bachelors)

Hi I’m Levi, a 2nd year chemist at the university of Nottingham. I am half Chinese, quarter Dutch and quarter British. I enjoy playing many sports, but mainly football. I am tutoring because I like helping other students to overcome challenges and...

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Rebecca H.

Durham - BA Economics with Study Abroad (Bachelors)

A friendly study buddy who is eager to share her knowledge and help you achieve your highest potential

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

20 reviews

93 lessons

Rebecca H.

Durham - BA Economics with Study Abroad (Bachelors)

A friendly study buddy who is eager to share her knowledge and help you achieve your highest potential

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Dinh B.

Super tutor

Queen Mary - Medicine (Bachelors)

Recent medical graduate from the university of Southampton, fluent in French/Mandarin/English, completed an undergrad at Queen Mary Univeristy of London

£47-£49

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Star 4.9 / 5

274 reviews

1264 lessons

Dinh B.

Super tutor

Queen Mary - Medicine (Bachelors)

Recent medical graduate from the university of Southampton, fluent in French/Mandarin/English, completed an undergrad at Queen Mary Univeristy of London

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Elizabeth H.

Exeter - Translation Studies (Masters)

Friendly and charismatic language student, ready to guide you through challenging topics and help you to reach a level of French you can be proud of.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

8 reviews

294 lessons

Elizabeth H.

Exeter - Translation Studies (Masters)

Friendly and charismatic language student, ready to guide you through challenging topics and help you to reach a level of French you can be proud of.

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