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Tebarek A.

Bristol - psychology and neuroscience (Integrated Masters)

Hey I'm Teb! I've chosen to study Psychology and Neuroscience at University of Bristol as I feel like this degree combines my love for understanding the how and why of human behavior. I believe that I will enable students to improve as I a...

£22-£27

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160 lessons

Tebarek A.

Bristol - psychology and neuroscience (Integrated Masters)

Hey I'm Teb! I've chosen to study Psychology and Neuroscience at University of Bristol as I feel like this degree combines my love for understanding the how and why of human behavior. I believe that I will enable students to improve as I a...

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Luca R.

Oxford University - Ancient and Modern History (Bachelors)

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Luca R.

Oxford University - Ancient and Modern History (Bachelors)

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Jemima C.

York - Biology (Bachelors)

A Biology Graduate providing highly interactive lessons full of revision tips, exam preparation, and bitesized recaps of tricky content!

£37-£39

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Jemima C.

York - Biology (Bachelors)

A Biology Graduate providing highly interactive lessons full of revision tips, exam preparation, and bitesized recaps of tricky content!

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Georgiana C.

Nottingham - Spanish and Contemporary Chinese studies (Bachelors)

Hi my name's Georgiana and I'm a Spanish and Chinese graduate from the University of Nottingham.

£37-£39

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20 reviews

205 lessons

Georgiana C.

Nottingham - Spanish and Contemporary Chinese studies (Bachelors)

Hi my name's Georgiana and I'm a Spanish and Chinese graduate from the University of Nottingham.

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Katie F.

Manchester - Global Social Challenges (Bachelors)

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Katie F.

Manchester - Global Social Challenges (Bachelors)

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Owen M.

Cambridge - PhD in Chemistry (Doctorate)

Hi, my name is Owen. I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, where I specialise in researching the molecular mechanisms underlying the pathophysiology of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer&#39...

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51 lessons

Owen M.

Cambridge - PhD in Chemistry (Doctorate)

Hi, my name is Owen. I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, where I specialise in researching the molecular mechanisms underlying the pathophysiology of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer&#39...

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As a core subject, GCSE Science is a valuable subject and a great place to start building your skills before GCSE exams. With a mix of Biology, Physics and Chemistry, getting a hold on these disciplines can be tricky for many students. That’s why we’re here to connect you with lots of skilled GCSE Science tutors to help guide your teen towards their goals and feel prepared to achieve the grade they deserve. How much will I pay for a GCSE Science tutor? We want to give access to online tutoring to as many students as possible, so our prices start from just £22/hr. There’s no added fees or hidden costs, so you can rest easy knowing that what you see is what you’ll pay. Looking for a specific budget? Toggle our search filter at the top to narrow down the results and find the right tutor match. How many hours of tutoring is needed for GCSE Science? This depends on your teen’s current level and what they’ve set their sights to achieve. There’s just 3 easy steps you can take with your tutor to find out how your teen can reach their goals: 1. Assessment - our tutors can take some time in their first tutorial with your teen, to assess these goals and create a roadmap for how they’re going to get there. 2. Plan - from here, your tutor can set a realistic timeframe for how often your teen will need tutorials. 3. Put into action - does this plan match your budget? Does it fit with your family’s schedule? But remember, just one tutorial a week can have a lasting impact on your teen’s confidence and subject knowledge. How do I find a GCSE Science tutor? Let’s start with a few areas you can ask about with your tutor, to help you feel confident with your choice: - Academic background - are there specific topics that you’d like to cover? Are they familiar with your exam board? Do they need any extra information about your teen’s learning style? - Availability - can they give tutorials when you need them, e.g. weekends or holiday cover? Are they flexible if your schedule changes? - Personality fit - do they generally seem like a good fit for your teen personality-wise? Can they communicate in a way your teen will understand and find engaging? Want to try online tutoring? Book a free video meeting today with one of our tutors to start your journey.

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