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Timothy A.

Queen's, Belfast - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Timothy. I am currently a medical student and I recently completed my A-Levels in Chemistry, Biology, Maths and RE, in which I got 4A*s. I feel what makes me stand out from the rest is that I know the pr...

£37-£39

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Star 4.8 / 5

25 reviews

221 lessons

Timothy A.

Queen's, Belfast - Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Timothy. I am currently a medical student and I recently completed my A-Levels in Chemistry, Biology, Maths and RE, in which I got 4A*s. I feel what makes me stand out from the rest is that I know the pr...

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Lucien G.

Warwick - Politics and International Studies (Bachelors)

As someone who studies Politics and International Relations at university I have a strong knowledge in all three of Politics, Philosophy and Economics (studying

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

365 lessons

Lucien G.

Warwick - Politics and International Studies (Bachelors)

As someone who studies Politics and International Relations at university I have a strong knowledge in all three of Politics, Philosophy and Economics (studying

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Catherine W.

University College London - Philosophy (Bachelors)

Qualified tutor with over 7 years of tutoring experience, who places the academic progression and welfare of students at the foundation of lessons.

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

19 reviews

274 lessons

Catherine W.

University College London - Philosophy (Bachelors)

Qualified tutor with over 7 years of tutoring experience, who places the academic progression and welfare of students at the foundation of lessons.

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Niya I.

Super tutor

LSE - Philosophy of Social Science (Masters)

I am excited to help you hack learning so you that you can enjoy school and have fun in those years!

£47-£49

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Star 4.9 / 5

192 reviews

1177 lessons

Niya I.

Super tutor

LSE - Philosophy of Social Science (Masters)

I am excited to help you hack learning so you that you can enjoy school and have fun in those years!

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Mae C.

Sheffield - English Language and Linguistics (Bachelors)

£22-£27

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Sheffield - English Language and Linguistics (Bachelors)

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Zack M.

Edinburgh - MA International Relations (Integrated Masters)

Hi i'm Zack, I tutor Maths, English and Science from 11+ right up to GCSE Level. I'm a second year undergrad student at the University of Edinburgh studying in the school of Politics and International Relations, and I hope to go into t...

£22-£27

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Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

46 lessons

Zack M.

Edinburgh - MA International Relations (Integrated Masters)

Hi i'm Zack, I tutor Maths, English and Science from 11+ right up to GCSE Level. I'm a second year undergrad student at the University of Edinburgh studying in the school of Politics and International Relations, and I hope to go into t...

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