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Jack G.

Sheffield - Civil and structural engineering (Masters)

I stand out from other tutors because I am very personable and I know how to talk to people in a relatable manner. I am very patient and will apply the most innovative and creative teaching methods to meet the students needs. Throughout my time at...

£22-£27

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Jack G.

Sheffield - Civil and structural engineering (Masters)

I stand out from other tutors because I am very personable and I know how to talk to people in a relatable manner. I am very patient and will apply the most innovative and creative teaching methods to meet the students needs. Throughout my time at...

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Alina S.

Newcastle - Mathematics (Bachelors)

Newcastle University Maths & Stats Graduate, excited to help students enjoy learning Maths and achieve great grades :)

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

53 reviews

272 lessons

Alina S.

Newcastle - Mathematics (Bachelors)

Newcastle University Maths & Stats Graduate, excited to help students enjoy learning Maths and achieve great grades :)

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Charis A.

Super tutor

Bristol - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm a 3rd year medical student with a keen interest in the sciences and French. I've tutored for 2 years now and specialise in A-Levels and UCAT prep.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

37 reviews

614 lessons

Charis A.

Super tutor

Bristol - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm a 3rd year medical student with a keen interest in the sciences and French. I've tutored for 2 years now and specialise in A-Levels and UCAT prep.

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Elena D.

University College London - Neuroscience (Bachelors)

Hi! I'm a Neuroscience Masters graduate and training Psychology teacher, happy to help with science, psychology and maths!

£47-£49

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Star 4.9 / 5

56 reviews

387 lessons

Elena D.

University College London - Neuroscience (Bachelors)

Hi! I'm a Neuroscience Masters graduate and training Psychology teacher, happy to help with science, psychology and maths!

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Arslan S.

York - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hey everyone, I'm Arslan (but most people call me Aslan). I'm a 4th year medical student and have a masters degree in scientific research. I love my area of study because it allows me to learn amazing things about the human body, help peop...

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Arslan S.

York - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hey everyone, I'm Arslan (but most people call me Aslan). I'm a 4th year medical student and have a masters degree in scientific research. I love my area of study because it allows me to learn amazing things about the human body, help peop...

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Akirjan S.

Bristol - Economics (Bachelors)

Hi there, I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of Bristol studying Economics BSc. I have successfully attained 3A* in Maths, Chemistry and Biology for my A Levels. I was privileged to be the Head Boy of my secondary school whe...

£22-£27

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40 lessons

Akirjan S.

Bristol - Economics (Bachelors)

Hi there, I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of Bristol studying Economics BSc. I have successfully attained 3A* in Maths, Chemistry and Biology for my A Levels. I was privileged to be the Head Boy of my secondary school whe...

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