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Leo D.

St Andrews - MMath Mathematics (Integrated Masters)

I am a MMath MAthematics student at St Andrews, with a passion for applied maths, languages, and reading.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

57 reviews

316 lessons

Leo D.

St Andrews - MMath Mathematics (Integrated Masters)

I am a MMath MAthematics student at St Andrews, with a passion for applied maths, languages, and reading.

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Kieran M.

Super tutor

Durham - Mathematics (Integrated Masters)

Durham Master's Graduate with a lot of passion and experience in helping students achieve their potential.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

15 reviews

817 lessons

Kieran M.

Super tutor

Durham - Mathematics (Integrated Masters)

Durham Master's Graduate with a lot of passion and experience in helping students achieve their potential.

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Jordan-Lee S.

Super tutor

Birmingham - Physics MSci (Masters)

I am currently studying Physics at the University of Birmingham, a 4 year course for a masters degree. Throughout my academic journey in secondary school I competed in martial arts to a high standard, which gave me self discipline towards my schoo...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

202 reviews

1541 lessons

Jordan-Lee S.

Super tutor

Birmingham - Physics MSci (Masters)

I am currently studying Physics at the University of Birmingham, a 4 year course for a masters degree. Throughout my academic journey in secondary school I competed in martial arts to a high standard, which gave me self discipline towards my schoo...

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James M.

Bristol - Mathematics (Bachelors)

£22-£27

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James M.

Bristol - Mathematics (Bachelors)

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Toby P.

St Andrews - MMath in Mathematics (Integrated Masters)

With me, you'll get to know how to answer the questions you're most stuck on, and become confident for the exams.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

2 reviews

245 lessons

Toby P.

St Andrews - MMath in Mathematics (Integrated Masters)

With me, you'll get to know how to answer the questions you're most stuck on, and become confident for the exams.

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Conrad C.

Super tutor

Bristol - Maths and Philosophy (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Conrad a second year Maths and Philosophy BSc student. I'm patient and adaptable and ensure a student is 100% confident with a topic before moving on.

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

114 reviews

1086 lessons

Conrad C.

Super tutor

Bristol - Maths and Philosophy (Bachelors)

Hi, I’m Conrad a second year Maths and Philosophy BSc student. I'm patient and adaptable and ensure a student is 100% confident with a topic before moving on.

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Applying to study Maths at Cambridge should feel like a stepping stone to your teen’s next adventure. Our tutors have been through the STEP, come out the other side and, now, want to help your teen ace it as well. So, if your teen isn’t sure how to start revision, what to expect from the exam structure, or needs help learning the fundamentals - we’ve got their back. How can I find a STEP University tutor? Finding the right STEP University tutor should be fun and simple. We’ve put together our top tips to get you started with your tutor search and leave you feeling confident that you’ve made the right choice for you and your teen. Here’s a few questions to ask yourself, and your tutor during interviews: - Teaching style - does your teen know what learning style works best for them, or are they looking to find some new ways of getting to grips with the material? Can your tutor offer the right support with the STEP, such as boosting subject knowledge or help with exam technique? - Schedule - does their availability match the times you’re looking for? Do you need in-depth tutorials, or would you like to book ad-hoc catchups to check how your teen is getting on with their exam preparation? Be upfront with your tutor with as many details as you need, so you can find out quickly if they’re a good match for what your teen needs. - Personality - does this tutor have what it takes to keep tutorials productive and engaging? Getting on well with their tutor can help your teen to stay motivated throughout tutorials. It can have a real impact on how confident your teen feels ahead of the STEP, so a good fit can be key. How much does it cost to get a STEP University tutor? Our prices start from just £22-£57/hr. Find the right STEP University tutor for you by toggling the price filter at the top of this page, or check out their profile. Tutorials can be booked as and when you need, with no minimum contract or fees. How can a STEP University tutor help my teen? If you think finding an online tutor could be a good step forward for your teen, then you might be thinking about the different areas they’d like to focus on. There’s a few ways our tutors can lend their expertise and guide your teen towards their goals, from in depth subject knowledge to acing their exams. Here’s a few different ways our tutors can support your teen with STEP: - Run through topic material - getting to grips with the core principles, or going over complex equations? Our tutors can give your teen the skills to tackle any problem. - Find a mentor - mentoring is a valuable part of finding a tutor. Tutors can support your teen by listening to their concerns and sharing practical advice from their own experience. They’re also closer in age, so they know what your teen is going through and how to navigate this time. - Get ready for exams - our tutors have smashed the STEP exam and they’re ready to share their wisdom. From what to expect from the exam questions, to how to structure their revision - a tutor can give your teen the confidence and skills they need to reach their goal. Ready to make it happen? Book a free video meeting with one (or a few) of our STEP University tutors and we’ll get your teen well on their way to passing their exam.

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