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Briony W.

Newcastle - sport and exercise science (Bachelors)

Hi Im Briony Bachelor of Science, I have been tutoring 3 years now and have my own business in the sector. Also, I am a Personal Trainer/Dietician.

£37-£39

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Star 4.9 / 5

47 reviews

306 lessons

Briony W.

Newcastle - sport and exercise science (Bachelors)

Hi Im Briony Bachelor of Science, I have been tutoring 3 years now and have my own business in the sector. Also, I am a Personal Trainer/Dietician.

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Sharon E.

Warwick - Neuroscience (Bachelors)

I am very passionate about effective learning and self-impacting education. It's integral that an educator is considerate of different methods of learning.

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

85 lessons

Sharon E.

Warwick - Neuroscience (Bachelors)

I am very passionate about effective learning and self-impacting education. It's integral that an educator is considerate of different methods of learning.

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Pravina S.

East Anglia - Medicine (Bachelors)

Medical student with an open approach to learning, hoping to build students confidence in exams and classroom activities

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

65 reviews

780 lessons

Pravina S.

East Anglia - Medicine (Bachelors)

Medical student with an open approach to learning, hoping to build students confidence in exams and classroom activities

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Alizeh A.

University of Oxford - BA Philosophy and Theology (Bachelors)

Hey! I’m Alizeh. I have extensive experience as a tutor with a passion for helping students realise their full potential.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

31 reviews

202 lessons

Alizeh A.

University of Oxford - BA Philosophy and Theology (Bachelors)

Hey! I’m Alizeh. I have extensive experience as a tutor with a passion for helping students realise their full potential.

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Angel O.

Cardiff - Neuroscience (Bachelors)

Friendly neuroscience graduate who enjoys helping her students strive to achieve their best grades

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

48 reviews

403 lessons

Angel O.

Cardiff - Neuroscience (Bachelors)

Friendly neuroscience graduate who enjoys helping her students strive to achieve their best grades

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Eve A.

Kings College London - Geography BSc (Hons) (Bachelors)

Friendly geography graduate who aims to build pupils confidence and help them achieve their goals!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

148 reviews

1291 lessons

Eve A.

Kings College London - Geography BSc (Hons) (Bachelors)

Friendly geography graduate who aims to build pupils confidence and help them achieve their goals!

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Elena G.

Kings College London - English Language and Linguistics (Bachelors)

A kings collage student hoping to help students reach their best potential! Learning can often seem like a chore so I hope to make learning enjoyable again!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

122 reviews

1255 lessons

Elena G.

Kings College London - English Language and Linguistics (Bachelors)

A kings collage student hoping to help students reach their best potential! Learning can often seem like a chore so I hope to make learning enjoyable again!

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Jack L.

Southampton - Education (Masters)

An aspiring psychologist with a logical approach to teaching, passionate about helping students achieve their best

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

238 reviews

2110 lessons

Jack L.

Southampton - Education (Masters)

An aspiring psychologist with a logical approach to teaching, passionate about helping students achieve their best

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Tharani T.

Kings College London - Biomedical science (Bachelors)

I'm a passionate tutor with an innovative approach to teaching and I will share my knowledge and tips with you to help you fulfil your potential.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

57 reviews

943 lessons

Tharani T.

Kings College London - Biomedical science (Bachelors)

I'm a passionate tutor with an innovative approach to teaching and I will share my knowledge and tips with you to help you fulfil your potential.

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Christina P.

Birmingham - PhD in Psychology (Doctorate)

Cambridge graduate offering personalised and effective tuition in Psychology, Spanish and German to help students achieve their goals!

£55-£57

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Star 5 / 5

59 reviews

374 lessons

Christina P.

Birmingham - PhD in Psychology (Doctorate)

Cambridge graduate offering personalised and effective tuition in Psychology, Spanish and German to help students achieve their goals!

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