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Benjamen S.

Lancaster - Statistics (Masters)

I'm a qualified maths teacher who thoroughly enjoys maths and wants students to enjoy maths too!...

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

76 lessons

Benjamen S.

Lancaster - Statistics (Masters)

I'm a qualified maths teacher who thoroughly enjoys maths and wants students to enjoy maths too!...

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Devaki P.

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Loughborough - mathematics (Integrated Masters)

I am currently studying mathematics at university as it was my favourite subject at school. I always found maths really interesting as I thought it held all the secrets to how things function and the making of this planet and universe.<br />I used...

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

61 reviews

551 lessons

Devaki P.

Super tutor

Loughborough - mathematics (Integrated Masters)

I am currently studying mathematics at university as it was my favourite subject at school. I always found maths really interesting as I thought it held all the secrets to how things function and the making of this planet and universe.<br />I used...

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Phillipos K.

Super tutor

Leeds - Theoretical Physics (MPhys) (Integrated Masters)

I'm a Theoretical Physics PhD student and I have tutored over 60 students in nearly 1000 sessions (including SEN). Please feel free to drop me a message:)

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

85 reviews

1034 lessons

Phillipos K.

Super tutor

Leeds - Theoretical Physics (MPhys) (Integrated Masters)

I'm a Theoretical Physics PhD student and I have tutored over 60 students in nearly 1000 sessions (including SEN). Please feel free to drop me a message:)

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Ferdinand M.

York - MMath(Hons) Mathematics (Masters)

A passionate maths student with a drive to develop other knowledge depth and academic goals and beyond

£22-£27

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Star 4.8 / 5

4 reviews

367 lessons

Ferdinand M.

York - MMath(Hons) Mathematics (Masters)

A passionate maths student with a drive to develop other knowledge depth and academic goals and beyond

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Petros S.

Cambridge - MRes in Connected Electronic & Photonic Systems (1+3 PhD) (Masters)

My name is Petros, I study at University of Cambridge CE&PS.I come from a diverse and international background so i try to give a unique approach to each

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

61 reviews

463 lessons

Petros S.

Cambridge - MRes in Connected Electronic & Photonic Systems (1+3 PhD) (Masters)

My name is Petros, I study at University of Cambridge CE&PS.I come from a diverse and international background so i try to give a unique approach to each

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Candaice C.

Super tutor

Dundee - Mathematical Biology (Integrated Masters)

Mathematics and Biology tutor for all levels for both Scottish and English system.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

76 reviews

549 lessons

Candaice C.

Super tutor

Dundee - Mathematical Biology (Integrated Masters)

Mathematics and Biology tutor for all levels for both Scottish and English system.

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