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Sanshika B.

Glasgow - Medicine (MBChB) (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Sanshika Bhardwaj, and I am a 2nd year medical student at the University of Glasgow.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

16 reviews

216 lessons

Sanshika B.

Glasgow - Medicine (MBChB) (Bachelors)

Hi, my name is Sanshika Bhardwaj, and I am a 2nd year medical student at the University of Glasgow.

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Muaadh S.

Edinburgh - Theoretical Physics (Integrated Masters)

I am a theoretical physics student at the University of Edinburgh, where I am pursuing an integrated masters degree in this challenging and rewarding field. I have a strong interest in science and previously earned a bachelor's degree in geoph...

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

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Muaadh S.

Edinburgh - Theoretical Physics (Integrated Masters)

I am a theoretical physics student at the University of Edinburgh, where I am pursuing an integrated masters degree in this challenging and rewarding field. I have a strong interest in science and previously earned a bachelor's degree in geoph...

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Punveer C.

Imperial College London - Physics (Bachelors)

Teaches topics from the ground up, knowledgeable in exam specification for all major exam boards, A level tutor for all abilities.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

31 reviews

343 lessons

Punveer C.

Imperial College London - Physics (Bachelors)

Teaches topics from the ground up, knowledgeable in exam specification for all major exam boards, A level tutor for all abilities.

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Ferdinand M.

York - MMath(Hons) Mathematics (Masters)

A passionate maths student with a drive to develop other knowledge depth and academic goals and beyond

£22-£27

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Star 4.8 / 5

4 reviews

366 lessons

Ferdinand M.

York - MMath(Hons) Mathematics (Masters)

A passionate maths student with a drive to develop other knowledge depth and academic goals and beyond

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Urvi J.

Imperial College London - MSci Physics (Integrated Masters)

I have a masters in physics from Imperial College London. I have had significant experience tutoring students of various ages and skill levels. I think tutoring is beneficial as it has a better teacher-to-student ratio and the teaching styles can ...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

6 reviews

78 lessons

Urvi J.

Imperial College London - MSci Physics (Integrated Masters)

I have a masters in physics from Imperial College London. I have had significant experience tutoring students of various ages and skill levels. I think tutoring is beneficial as it has a better teacher-to-student ratio and the teaching styles can ...

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Hussain K.

Super tutor

Leicester - Medicine (Other)

I am a second year medical student at the University of Leicester. I achieved 2A* and A in my A levels and A or above in all my GCSE subjects. My unique methods of learning have allowed me to attain the best grades I have so far and have proved us...

£47-£49

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Star 4.9 / 5

90 reviews

524 lessons

Hussain K.

Super tutor

Leicester - Medicine (Other)

I am a second year medical student at the University of Leicester. I achieved 2A* and A in my A levels and A or above in all my GCSE subjects. My unique methods of learning have allowed me to attain the best grades I have so far and have proved us...

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