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Akshar P.

Responds quickly

Kings College London - Biomedical Science (Bachelors)

A passionate, flexible and result orientate tutor with vast experience in tutoring KS – 3, GCSE and A Level student who is always friendly and supportive.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

5 reviews

125 lessons

Akshar P.

Responds quickly

Kings College London - Biomedical Science (Bachelors)

A passionate, flexible and result orientate tutor with vast experience in tutoring KS – 3, GCSE and A Level student who is always friendly and supportive.

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Rajveer S.

De Montfort - Biomedical science (Bachelors)

Approachable, confident and hard working Biomedical Science student who really enjoy teaching and sharing her scientific knowledge by providing different types

£47-£49

/hr

Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

713 lessons

Rajveer S.

De Montfort - Biomedical science (Bachelors)

Approachable, confident and hard working Biomedical Science student who really enjoy teaching and sharing her scientific knowledge by providing different types

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Dr Ben G.

Super tutor

Central Lancashire - Dental Surgery (BDS) (Bachelors)

Exeter - Chemistry and Biology Graduate (BSc 1st Hons), Qualified Dental surgeon (BDS 1st Hons); Friendly and approachable professional tutor.

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

92 reviews

726 lessons

Dr Ben G.

Super tutor

Central Lancashire - Dental Surgery (BDS) (Bachelors)

Exeter - Chemistry and Biology Graduate (BSc 1st Hons), Qualified Dental surgeon (BDS 1st Hons); Friendly and approachable professional tutor.

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Yasaswi M.

Cambridge - Engineering (Integrated Masters)

Having studied A-levels recently I realised one of the most important parts of revision was consolidating knowledge and filling in gaps in understandings. Being unable to understand one part of physics or maths would leave the rest far more diffic...

£22-£27

/hr

Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

74 lessons

Yasaswi M.

Cambridge - Engineering (Integrated Masters)

Having studied A-levels recently I realised one of the most important parts of revision was consolidating knowledge and filling in gaps in understandings. Being unable to understand one part of physics or maths would leave the rest far more diffic...

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Anisa B.

Leicester - Medicine (MBChB) (Bachelors)

Enthusiastic medical student, hoping to help students reach their full potential

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

55 reviews

332 lessons

Anisa B.

Leicester - Medicine (MBChB) (Bachelors)

Enthusiastic medical student, hoping to help students reach their full potential

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Hassan K.

University College London - Theoretical Physics (Integrated Masters)

£37-£39

/hr

Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

153 lessons

Hassan K.

University College London - Theoretical Physics (Integrated Masters)

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