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Elise M.

Nottingham - Neuroscience (Integrated Masters)

University of Nottingham undergraduate who strives to help their students get the best grades possible....

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

47 lessons

Elise M.

Nottingham - Neuroscience (Integrated Masters)

University of Nottingham undergraduate who strives to help their students get the best grades possible....

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Emily D.

Exeter - Economics and Finance (Bachelors)

I’m currently a second year uni student, studying Economics and Finance, with a lot of background in maths. I enjoy helping others develop their skills, and helping them to reach their full educational potential to give them the best opportunities...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

9 reviews

415 lessons

Emily D.

Exeter - Economics and Finance (Bachelors)

I’m currently a second year uni student, studying Economics and Finance, with a lot of background in maths. I enjoy helping others develop their skills, and helping them to reach their full educational potential to give them the best opportunities...

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Ash N.

Bristol - MEng in Mechanical Engineering (Integrated Masters)

£22-£27

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26 lessons

Ash N.

Bristol - MEng in Mechanical Engineering (Integrated Masters)

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James B.

Super tutor

City, University of London - Civil Engineering (Bachelors)

I would like to dedicate my free time to sharing the knowledge i acquired from school to the benefit of ones in need

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

123 reviews

1638 lessons

James B.

Super tutor

City, University of London - Civil Engineering (Bachelors)

I would like to dedicate my free time to sharing the knowledge i acquired from school to the benefit of ones in need

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Binjal B.

Imperial College London - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hello,I am a third year medical student at Imperial College London . I achieved A*AA in A Level Biology, Chemistry and Maths and an A in AS English Literature. I enjoy teaching and helping to inspire younger students to reach their potential. I pl...

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

15 reviews

276 lessons

Binjal B.

Imperial College London - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hello,I am a third year medical student at Imperial College London . I achieved A*AA in A Level Biology, Chemistry and Maths and an A in AS English Literature. I enjoy teaching and helping to inspire younger students to reach their potential. I pl...

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Luca S.

Super tutor

Leeds - Natural Sciences (Integrated Masters)

3rd Year Natural Sciences Student. I am looking to help students over Easter to achieve their exam goals in the Summer.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

45 reviews

670 lessons

Luca S.

Super tutor

Leeds - Natural Sciences (Integrated Masters)

3rd Year Natural Sciences Student. I am looking to help students over Easter to achieve their exam goals in the Summer.

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