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Lucia M.

Super tutor

Surrey - BSc Veterinary Science (Bachelors)

Bubbly, friendly tutor with a huge breath of knowledge backed up with experience in spreading knowledge and boosting confidence!

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

124 reviews

843 lessons

Lucia M.

Super tutor

Surrey - BSc Veterinary Science (Bachelors)

Bubbly, friendly tutor with a huge breath of knowledge backed up with experience in spreading knowledge and boosting confidence!

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Dominic B.

Glasgow - Economics MA (SocSci) (Bachelors)

.My name is Dominic, I'm an Economics student at the University of Glasgow, studying electives of French and Politics alongside my degree.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 4.8 / 5

29 reviews

325 lessons

Dominic B.

Glasgow - Economics MA (SocSci) (Bachelors)

.My name is Dominic, I'm an Economics student at the University of Glasgow, studying electives of French and Politics alongside my degree.

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Ferdinand M.

York - MMath(Hons) Mathematics (Masters)

A passionate maths student with a drive to develop other knowledge depth and academic goals and beyond

£22-£27

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

217 lessons

Ferdinand M.

York - MMath(Hons) Mathematics (Masters)

A passionate maths student with a drive to develop other knowledge depth and academic goals and beyond

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Paris K.

Glasgow - Genetics (Bachelors)

Highly disciplined, dedicated, and motivated Genetics student with strong communication skills, eager to put theory into practice and determined to help students excel. Vast competency with data analysis and interpretation, statistics, and mathema...

£47-£49

/hr

Star 5 / 5

3 reviews

215 lessons

Paris K.

Glasgow - Genetics (Bachelors)

Highly disciplined, dedicated, and motivated Genetics student with strong communication skills, eager to put theory into practice and determined to help students excel. Vast competency with data analysis and interpretation, statistics, and mathema...

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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

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

703 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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Melina K.

Super tutor

Imperial College London - Imperial College London- PhD (Doctorate)

I am a PhD student at Imperial College London. I can help you with any Pharmacy and Chemistry related questions.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

21 reviews

603 lessons

Melina K.

Super tutor

Imperial College London - Imperial College London- PhD (Doctorate)

I am a PhD student at Imperial College London. I can help you with any Pharmacy and Chemistry related questions.

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