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Noah S.

Durham - Theology (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Noah and I’ve just finished university. I managed to work out how I work best, and will aim to do the same for you.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

43 reviews

408 lessons

Noah S.

Durham - Theology (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Noah and I’ve just finished university. I managed to work out how I work best, and will aim to do the same for you.

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Kamil S.

Super tutor

Queen Mary - International Business and Politics (Masters)

MS in International Business and Politics at Queen Mary University of London. Highly motivated and positive person who will help you achieve your goals :)

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

449 reviews

3988 lessons

Kamil S.

Super tutor

Queen Mary - International Business and Politics (Masters)

MS in International Business and Politics at Queen Mary University of London. Highly motivated and positive person who will help you achieve your goals :)

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Tala A.

Warwick - History (Bachelors)

Passionate undergraduate student, who strives to help the student work towards and achieve their target grade.

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

12 reviews

206 lessons

Tala A.

Warwick - History (Bachelors)

Passionate undergraduate student, who strives to help the student work towards and achieve their target grade.

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Madina M.

York - Law, Legal and Political Theory (Masters)

I’m understanding and friendly and like to work collaboratively with my students to find an approach which works for each individual. I believe that honesty and a clear line of communication is key to helping students succeed. As a young pro

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

263 lessons

Madina M.

York - Law, Legal and Political Theory (Masters)

I’m understanding and friendly and like to work collaboratively with my students to find an approach which works for each individual. I believe that honesty and a clear line of communication is key to helping students succeed. As a young pro

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Ashley T.

Nottingham - Politics and Economics (Bachelors)

Achieved an A* (90%) in A-level English. Available to tutor English Language/Literature across all stages of secondary education (aged 11-18).

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

3 reviews

89 lessons

Ashley T.

Nottingham - Politics and Economics (Bachelors)

Achieved an A* (90%) in A-level English. Available to tutor English Language/Literature across all stages of secondary education (aged 11-18).

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Georgina C.

Responds quickly
Super tutor

University College London - English Literature PHD (Doctorate)

An English Literature PhD who offers Summer Intensives, 11+ Prep as well as lessons throughout the year.

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

272 reviews

3881 lessons

Georgina C.

Responds quickly
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University College London - English Literature PHD (Doctorate)

An English Literature PhD who offers Summer Intensives, 11+ Prep as well as lessons throughout the year.

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