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Aidan R.

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Southampton - Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Integrated Masters)

I am Aidan currently studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Southampton. I teach GCSE and A Level Maths and Physics.

£30-£32

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45 lessons

Aidan R.

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Southampton - Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Integrated Masters)

I am Aidan currently studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Southampton. I teach GCSE and A Level Maths and Physics.

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Sharanjit S.

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Kings College London - Medical Physics (Masters)

Physics Graduate from UCL with years of tutoring experience, helping students achieve their best potential

£37-£39

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57 reviews

459 lessons

Sharanjit S.

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Kings College London - Medical Physics (Masters)

Physics Graduate from UCL with years of tutoring experience, helping students achieve their best potential

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Jordan-Lee S.

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Birmingham - Physics MSci (Masters)

I am currently studying Physics at the University of Birmingham, a 4 year course for a masters degree. Throughout my academic journey in secondary school I competed in martial arts to a high standard, which gave me self discipline towards my schoo...

£55-£57

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214 reviews

1644 lessons

Jordan-Lee S.

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Birmingham - Physics MSci (Masters)

I am currently studying Physics at the University of Birmingham, a 4 year course for a masters degree. Throughout my academic journey in secondary school I competed in martial arts to a high standard, which gave me self discipline towards my schoo...

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David S.

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Imperial College London - MSc Physics with Quantum Dynamics (Masters)

A person, who loves Physics, Maths and Computer Science and tries to share the feeling.

£47-£49

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314 reviews

2047 lessons

David S.

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Imperial College London - MSc Physics with Quantum Dynamics (Masters)

A person, who loves Physics, Maths and Computer Science and tries to share the feeling.

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James B.

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Oxford University - Materials Science (Masters)

Hi, I'm a second year Materials scientist at the university of Oxford, meaning I basically do a lot of chemistry, physics and maths everyday. I really love this field because its all about how things work right down to the scale of atoms.I wil...

£30-£32

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4 reviews

74 lessons

James B.

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Oxford University - Materials Science (Masters)

Hi, I'm a second year Materials scientist at the university of Oxford, meaning I basically do a lot of chemistry, physics and maths everyday. I really love this field because its all about how things work right down to the scale of atoms.I wil...

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Shifah N.

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Southampton - Aeronautics and Astronautics with foundation year (Foundation)

Hi! My name is Shifah. I am currently studying Aeronautics and Astronautics at the University of Southampton. I enjoy studying this course because I find it quite interesting and gives me so much scope for imagination and doesn’t limit my creativi...

£22-£27

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4 reviews

122 lessons

Shifah N.

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Southampton - Aeronautics and Astronautics with foundation year (Foundation)

Hi! My name is Shifah. I am currently studying Aeronautics and Astronautics at the University of Southampton. I enjoy studying this course because I find it quite interesting and gives me so much scope for imagination and doesn’t limit my creativi...

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