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Hassan K.

University College London - Theoretical Physics (Integrated Masters)

£47-£49

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Star 0 / 5

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162 lessons

Hassan K.

University College London - Theoretical Physics (Integrated Masters)

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Samuel D.

Imperial College London - Applied Mathematics (Masters)

Currently a Master's student at Imperial College London. Please get in touch to book a free meeting to discuss how I can help.

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

24 reviews

172 lessons

Samuel D.

Imperial College London - Applied Mathematics (Masters)

Currently a Master's student at Imperial College London. Please get in touch to book a free meeting to discuss how I can help.

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Qasim S.

Responds quickly
Super tutor

Kings College London - Physics (Bachelors)

Physics graduate from King's College London with an interest in helping the next generation of students. Current Post Graduate at University College London.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

82 reviews

626 lessons

Qasim S.

Responds quickly
Super tutor

Kings College London - Physics (Bachelors)

Physics graduate from King's College London with an interest in helping the next generation of students. Current Post Graduate at University College London.

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Caitlin L.

Exeter - MPhys Physics (Integrated Masters)

Physics undergraduate who recently achieved A* in physics and maths A-levels, hoping to impart some knowledge and help out students

£22-£27

/hr

Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

13 lessons

Caitlin L.

Exeter - MPhys Physics (Integrated Masters)

Physics undergraduate who recently achieved A* in physics and maths A-levels, hoping to impart some knowledge and help out students

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Yash R.

Imperial College London - electrical and electronic engineering (Integrated Masters)

Engineering student, who is dedicated to making sure their students understand content and can apply their knowledge in exams to achieve top grades!

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

10 reviews

128 lessons

Yash R.

Imperial College London - electrical and electronic engineering (Integrated Masters)

Engineering student, who is dedicated to making sure their students understand content and can apply their knowledge in exams to achieve top grades!

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Punveer C.

Imperial College London - Physics (Bachelors)

Teaches topics from the ground up, knowledgeable in exam specification for all major exam boards, A level tutor for all abilities.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

31 reviews

343 lessons

Punveer C.

Imperial College London - Physics (Bachelors)

Teaches topics from the ground up, knowledgeable in exam specification for all major exam boards, A level tutor for all abilities.

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