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Iqra Z.

Warwick - History (Bachelors)

I am currently a first year undergraduate student at Warwick, studying History. I also have an interest in Law and charity work, this is displayed through my active role in both the BASE Law Society, as the Social Secretary and in STAR as the Conv...

£22-£27

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

57 lessons

Iqra Z.

Warwick - History (Bachelors)

I am currently a first year undergraduate student at Warwick, studying History. I also have an interest in Law and charity work, this is displayed through my active role in both the BASE Law Society, as the Social Secretary and in STAR as the Conv...

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Lorna M.

Birmingham - Philosophy, Religion and Ethics (Bachelors)

Hello! I am a Philosophy, Religion and Ethics student with a love for Literature!

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

17 lessons

Lorna M.

Birmingham - Philosophy, Religion and Ethics (Bachelors)

Hello! I am a Philosophy, Religion and Ethics student with a love for Literature!

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Alice H.

Durham - LLB Law (Other)

Hi I am Alice. I am going into my final year of Law School at Durham University. I have tutored for almost two years. I am friendly and love helping students.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

49 reviews

199 lessons

Alice H.

Durham - LLB Law (Other)

Hi I am Alice. I am going into my final year of Law School at Durham University. I have tutored for almost two years. I am friendly and love helping students.

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Naomi H.

Warwick - Philosophy with Psychology (Bachelors)

University of Warwick final year, studying Psychology and Philosophy. Recieved AAA at A Level. I'd love to be your tutor!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

6 reviews

22 lessons

Naomi H.

Warwick - Philosophy with Psychology (Bachelors)

University of Warwick final year, studying Psychology and Philosophy. Recieved AAA at A Level. I'd love to be your tutor!

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Hannah H.

Leeds - Theatre and Performance (Bachelors)

Friendly University of Leeds graduate with a creative and proactive student centered approach. I am especially passionate about English, Humanities and the Arts

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

57 reviews

403 lessons

Hannah H.

Leeds - Theatre and Performance (Bachelors)

Friendly University of Leeds graduate with a creative and proactive student centered approach. I am especially passionate about English, Humanities and the Arts

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Jibran R.

Super tutor

Kings College London - Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm a IR student at the LSE. I can provide a broad range of support with essay subjects and will read up on the curriculum myself in order to help.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

153 reviews

1353 lessons

Jibran R.

Super tutor

Kings College London - Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (Bachelors)

Hi, I'm a IR student at the LSE. I can provide a broad range of support with essay subjects and will read up on the curriculum myself in order to help.

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