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Istiyak C.

Super tutor

Kings College London - Computer Science (Bachelors)

An aspiring computer scientist with a deep passion for maths and science. Hoping my students reach above and beyond their potential!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

28 reviews

1241 lessons

Istiyak C.

Super tutor

Kings College London - Computer Science (Bachelors)

An aspiring computer scientist with a deep passion for maths and science. Hoping my students reach above and beyond their potential!

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Tegaraj P.

Leicester - Aerospace Engineering (Masters)

I love teaching! I believe that teachers and students get to inspire each other equally!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

20 reviews

314 lessons

Tegaraj P.

Leicester - Aerospace Engineering (Masters)

I love teaching! I believe that teachers and students get to inspire each other equally!

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Olivia K.

Bristol - MbChB Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Olivia and I am a second year medical student at the University of Bristol. When I’m not busy trying to cram lots of facts, I really enjoy drawing and playing the bass guitar. I also love a good book.Medicine is such a broad degree ...

£22-£27

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Olivia K.

Bristol - MbChB Medicine (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Olivia and I am a second year medical student at the University of Bristol. When I’m not busy trying to cram lots of facts, I really enjoy drawing and playing the bass guitar. I also love a good book.Medicine is such a broad degree ...

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Zahra W.

Kings College London - Developmental Psychology and Psychopathology (Masters)

I have been tutoring since 2022 and have taught students from around the world. This includes various exam boards which has made me fluent in the curriculum.

£22-£27

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Star 5 / 5

2 reviews

202 lessons

Zahra W.

Kings College London - Developmental Psychology and Psychopathology (Masters)

I have been tutoring since 2022 and have taught students from around the world. This includes various exam boards which has made me fluent in the curriculum.

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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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Emma M.

Loughborough - BEng Architectural Engineering with a placement year (Bachelors)

Hello my name is Emma and I am studying Architectural Engineering at Loughborough University, one of the top Higher Education institutions in the UK.I am passionate about mathematics and science as those are the foundations of my degree, and I aim...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

27 reviews

440 lessons

Emma M.

Loughborough - BEng Architectural Engineering with a placement year (Bachelors)

Hello my name is Emma and I am studying Architectural Engineering at Loughborough University, one of the top Higher Education institutions in the UK.I am passionate about mathematics and science as those are the foundations of my degree, and I aim...

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