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Saaya P.

Manchester - BDS Dentistry (Bachelors)

An undergraduate dental student who is passionate about learning and teaching others!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

90 lessons

Saaya P.

Manchester - BDS Dentistry (Bachelors)

An undergraduate dental student who is passionate about learning and teaching others!

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Alexander G.

Imperial College London - MBBS Medicine (Bachelors)

My name is Alex and I'm currently studying medicine in my fifth year at Imperial College London. I'm half Japanese and half British.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

4 reviews

126 lessons

Alexander G.

Imperial College London - MBBS Medicine (Bachelors)

My name is Alex and I'm currently studying medicine in my fifth year at Imperial College London. I'm half Japanese and half British.

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Anna-Marie C.

Southampton - Graduate-entry medicine (Bachelors)

Hello, my name is Anna-Marie. I am currently a graduate medical student. I have an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences with Professional Placement and a Masters degree in Immunology. My path to medicine was an unusual one, I started off wa...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

102 lessons

Anna-Marie C.

Southampton - Graduate-entry medicine (Bachelors)

Hello, my name is Anna-Marie. I am currently a graduate medical student. I have an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences with Professional Placement and a Masters degree in Immunology. My path to medicine was an unusual one, I started off wa...

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Stephanie D.

Leeds - Medicine (Bachelors)

Friendly medical student with a love for the sciences and maths who will strive to help students reach their potential using tailored lesson approaches

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

46 reviews

286 lessons

Stephanie D.

Leeds - Medicine (Bachelors)

Friendly medical student with a love for the sciences and maths who will strive to help students reach their potential using tailored lesson approaches

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Elwyn D.

Leeds - Medicine (Bachelors)

I would describe myself as an approachable, patient and witty person as I believe tutoring should be an enjoyable process of learning of new skills .

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

47 reviews

488 lessons

Elwyn D.

Leeds - Medicine (Bachelors)

I would describe myself as an approachable, patient and witty person as I believe tutoring should be an enjoyable process of learning of new skills .

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Becca K.

Super tutor

Bristol - Chemistry (Masters)

Enthusiastic chemistry student with a passion for helping students progress and learn.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

14 reviews

671 lessons

Becca K.

Super tutor

Bristol - Chemistry (Masters)

Enthusiastic chemistry student with a passion for helping students progress and learn.

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