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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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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!

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

18 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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Tasha P.

Jesus College, Oxford - Philosophy and French (Bachelors)

Oxford graduate with a focused learning approach, hoping to instil a love for the subject in my pupils.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

8 reviews

90 lessons

Tasha P.

Jesus College, Oxford - Philosophy and French (Bachelors)

Oxford graduate with a focused learning approach, hoping to instil a love for the subject in my pupils.

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Connor C.

Nottingham - Psychology and Philosophy BSC (Bachelors)

I recognise that each student learns differently, therefore I shall adapt and change my lessons according to the student.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

6 reviews

88 lessons

Connor C.

Nottingham - Psychology and Philosophy BSC (Bachelors)

I recognise that each student learns differently, therefore I shall adapt and change my lessons according to the student.

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Jash S.

Southampton - Philosophy, Politics and Economics (Bachelors)

I enjoy teaching through the use of examples, past paper questions and active engagement. My previous experience includes; teaching Economics in Nepal, tutoring A-level economics and learning support assistant at Southampton city college. I have a...

£22-£27

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Star 5 / 5

4 reviews

87 lessons

Jash S.

Southampton - Philosophy, Politics and Economics (Bachelors)

I enjoy teaching through the use of examples, past paper questions and active engagement. My previous experience includes; teaching Economics in Nepal, tutoring A-level economics and learning support assistant at Southampton city college. I have a...

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Angelos S.

York - PhD in Philosophy (Doctorate)

I have a PhD in Philosophy from the University of York. I am passionate about helping you excel in your field and guiding you toward performing at your best!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

29 reviews

154 lessons

Angelos S.

York - PhD in Philosophy (Doctorate)

I have a PhD in Philosophy from the University of York. I am passionate about helping you excel in your field and guiding you toward performing at your best!

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