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Michael J.

Super tutor

Bristol - Engineering Mathematics (Integrated Masters)

Passionate about teaching and with a wealth of maths knowledge going over pure, stats, mechanics from GCSE to A level I'll be the tutor for whatever your needs!

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

67 reviews

701 lessons

Michael J.

Super tutor

Bristol - Engineering Mathematics (Integrated Masters)

Passionate about teaching and with a wealth of maths knowledge going over pure, stats, mechanics from GCSE to A level I'll be the tutor for whatever your needs!

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Hassan K.

Responds quickly

University College London - Theoretical Physics (Integrated Masters)

£22-£27

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173 lessons

Hassan K.

Responds quickly

University College London - Theoretical Physics (Integrated Masters)

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Winona Reese D.

Durham - Engineering (Integrated Masters)

Winona, 2nd Year Engineering Student, Happy to help with all Science and Maths revision!

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

36 lessons

Winona Reese D.

Durham - Engineering (Integrated Masters)

Winona, 2nd Year Engineering Student, Happy to help with all Science and Maths revision!

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Ash N.

Bristol - MEng in Mechanical Engineering (Integrated Masters)

£22-£27

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26 lessons

Ash N.

Bristol - MEng in Mechanical Engineering (Integrated Masters)

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Betsy C.

Imperial College London - Physics MSc (Masters)

I have an enthusiastic and creative approach to teaching science and maths, and a great background in both, having completed a Bachelor's degree in physics at UCL and a Master's degree in physics from Imperial College. For years I have bee...

£37-£39

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Star 0 / 5

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329 lessons

Betsy C.

Imperial College London - Physics MSc (Masters)

I have an enthusiastic and creative approach to teaching science and maths, and a great background in both, having completed a Bachelor's degree in physics at UCL and a Master's degree in physics from Imperial College. For years I have bee...

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Carlo C.

Southampton - Physics (Integrated Masters)

First Class Master of Physics with an immense passion for teaching maths and science.

£47-£49

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Star 4.9 / 5

51 reviews

416 lessons

Carlo C.

Southampton - Physics (Integrated Masters)

First Class Master of Physics with an immense passion for teaching maths and science.

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