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Mehak S.

Responds quickly
Super tutor

Leeds - Medicine (Bachelors)

Friendly fourth year medical student who has been tutoring for over five years, I'm passionate and enthusiastic about helping students achieve their goals!

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

120 reviews

1526 lessons

Mehak S.

Responds quickly
Super tutor

Leeds - Medicine (Bachelors)

Friendly fourth year medical student who has been tutoring for over five years, I'm passionate and enthusiastic about helping students achieve their goals!

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Justice M.

Nottingham - Graduate Entry Medicine (Bachelors)

A final year Graduate Entry Medical Student with a passion for teaching. I enjoy inspiring students and helping find strategies to sharpen their knowledge.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

17 reviews

74 lessons

Justice M.

Nottingham - Graduate Entry Medicine (Bachelors)

A final year Graduate Entry Medical Student with a passion for teaching. I enjoy inspiring students and helping find strategies to sharpen their knowledge.

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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...

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

113 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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Jessica M.

Warwick - Medicine (Bachelors)

Friendly and experienced medical student and social sciences graduate, who wants to help your maximise your potential

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

26 reviews

230 lessons

Jessica M.

Warwick - Medicine (Bachelors)

Friendly and experienced medical student and social sciences graduate, who wants to help your maximise your potential

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Joshua L.

Kings College London - Medicine (Other)

A cheerful medical students who wants to help you understand key concepts and improve your exam technique

£47-£49

/hr

Star 4.9 / 5

14 reviews

193 lessons

Joshua L.

Kings College London - Medicine (Other)

A cheerful medical students who wants to help you understand key concepts and improve your exam technique

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Zekiye K.

Imperial College London - Medicine (Other)

experienced tutor for Science and Maths of 5 years -3rd year medical student in Imperial College London

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

35 reviews

242 lessons

Zekiye K.

Imperial College London - Medicine (Other)

experienced tutor for Science and Maths of 5 years -3rd year medical student in Imperial College London

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