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emily t.

Nottingham Trent - Social Science (Other)

Hello. I used to really struggle with exams and always did right up until my alevels and I use that experience to help others. I’m very confident and social

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

10 reviews

129 lessons

emily t.

Nottingham Trent - Social Science (Other)

Hello. I used to really struggle with exams and always did right up until my alevels and I use that experience to help others. I’m very confident and social

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Tereza L.

Nottingham - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Tess, I’m studying Medicine at Nottingham uni at the moment and I really love what I do :)

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

18 reviews

271 lessons

Tereza L.

Nottingham - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Tess, I’m studying Medicine at Nottingham uni at the moment and I really love what I do :)

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Niall S.

Manchester - Physics (Bachelors)

Secondary School Maths Teacher - Physics BSc and Secondary Mathematics PGCE - University of Manchester

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

31 lessons

Niall S.

Manchester - Physics (Bachelors)

Secondary School Maths Teacher - Physics BSc and Secondary Mathematics PGCE - University of Manchester

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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

49 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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Emeema J.

Greenwich - Accounting and Finance (Bachelors)

I'm an Audit Associate at PwC, and currently studying MsC International Corporate Finance at the University of Surrey. Also a First Class Honours Graduate in Accounting and Finance.What I can help with:-Maths ( A-level and GCSE)-English Litera...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

27 reviews

229 lessons

Emeema J.

Greenwich - Accounting and Finance (Bachelors)

I'm an Audit Associate at PwC, and currently studying MsC International Corporate Finance at the University of Surrey. Also a First Class Honours Graduate in Accounting and Finance.What I can help with:-Maths ( A-level and GCSE)-English Litera...

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Madeleine J.

Leeds - Natural Science (Bachelors)

STEM student with a passion for helping others exceed their academic targets by delivering bespoke lessons that are tailored to each individual's learning style....

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

61 lessons

Madeleine J.

Leeds - Natural Science (Bachelors)

STEM student with a passion for helping others exceed their academic targets by delivering bespoke lessons that are tailored to each individual's learning style....

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Vidiya D.

Hull - Medicine (Masters)

An approachable student, who enjoys helping students to excel in their studies, achieving their top goals and grades!

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

102 reviews

1350 lessons

Vidiya D.

Hull - Medicine (Masters)

An approachable student, who enjoys helping students to excel in their studies, achieving their top goals and grades!

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Leah C.

Manchester - Educational Psychology (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Leah. I am studying Educational Psychology. I am passionate about this subject as I believe that understanding the science behind learning is essential for creating inclusive and accessible education. Within my degree, I study neuro...

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

2 reviews

83 lessons

Leah C.

Manchester - Educational Psychology (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Leah. I am studying Educational Psychology. I am passionate about this subject as I believe that understanding the science behind learning is essential for creating inclusive and accessible education. Within my degree, I study neuro...

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Qasim H.

Aston - Pharmacy (Bachelors)

My name is Qasim and I would love to tutor young students as it is a huge pleasure for me to teach others. I love teaching others, as seeing pupils finally understand tricky concepts through your explanations is very rewarding for me. I would be a...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

10 reviews

497 lessons

Qasim H.

Aston - Pharmacy (Bachelors)

My name is Qasim and I would love to tutor young students as it is a huge pleasure for me to teach others. I love teaching others, as seeing pupils finally understand tricky concepts through your explanations is very rewarding for me. I would be a...

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Kevin C.

Aberdeen - Mechanical and electrical engineering (Integrated Masters)

An experienced outgoing tutor, that delivers intriguing and easy-to-understand lessons that are uniquely structured to meet the student's needs.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

286 reviews

3236 lessons

Kevin C.

Aberdeen - Mechanical and electrical engineering (Integrated Masters)

An experienced outgoing tutor, that delivers intriguing and easy-to-understand lessons that are uniquely structured to meet the student's needs.

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