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Amelie L.

Exeter - Philosophy and Theology (Bachelors)

I'm super passionate about education in general as well as the subjects i tutor. I look forward to learning something new with you everyday!

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

7 reviews

52 lessons

Amelie L.

Exeter - Philosophy and Theology (Bachelors)

I'm super passionate about education in general as well as the subjects i tutor. I look forward to learning something new with you everyday!

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Maddison G.

Northumbria - Mchem Chemistry (Integrated Masters)

I am a final year chemistry undergraduate, who loves helping people learn and better themselves with education!...

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

89 lessons

Maddison G.

Northumbria - Mchem Chemistry (Integrated Masters)

I am a final year chemistry undergraduate, who loves helping people learn and better themselves with education!...

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Josh G.

Durham - Twentieth and Twenty First Literary Studies (Masters)

Durham literature and philosophy graduate, educated in religious studies, drama, and (of course!) english.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

54 reviews

460 lessons

Josh G.

Durham - Twentieth and Twenty First Literary Studies (Masters)

Durham literature and philosophy graduate, educated in religious studies, drama, and (of course!) english.

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Connie S.

Responds quickly

Huddersfield - Psychology (Bachelors)

I study Psychology at Huddersfield and will be going into my second year. I experience exam anxiety so my main focus is building confidence in my students.

£47-£49

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Star 4.8 / 5

24 reviews

263 lessons

Connie S.

Responds quickly

Huddersfield - Psychology (Bachelors)

I study Psychology at Huddersfield and will be going into my second year. I experience exam anxiety so my main focus is building confidence in my students.

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Isayah W.

Surrey - BSc Computer science (Other)

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

76 lessons

Isayah W.

Surrey - BSc Computer science (Other)

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Hafsah J.

Super tutor

Kings College London - physics (Bachelors)

Aspiring Medical physicists with a passion to teach. hoping to instil a love and understanding for physics maths and biology !!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

110 reviews

730 lessons

Hafsah J.

Super tutor

Kings College London - physics (Bachelors)

Aspiring Medical physicists with a passion to teach. hoping to instil a love and understanding for physics maths and biology !!

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