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Tosin A.

Edinburgh - Chemistry (Integrated Masters)

Enthusiastic chemistry student, with a passion for science and humanities, willing to go the extra miles to ensure students are satisfied with their learning, and grow to love it so they are ready to conquer their exams!

£37-£39

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

74 lessons

Tosin A.

Edinburgh - Chemistry (Integrated Masters)

Enthusiastic chemistry student, with a passion for science and humanities, willing to go the extra miles to ensure students are satisfied with their learning, and grow to love it so they are ready to conquer their exams!

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Jazir M.

Super tutor

Warwick - Politics and International Studies (Bachelors)

Highly motivated and passionate tutor and journalist with interests in current affairs and various social issues.

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

124 reviews

1666 lessons

Jazir M.

Super tutor

Warwick - Politics and International Studies (Bachelors)

Highly motivated and passionate tutor and journalist with interests in current affairs and various social issues.

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Marshall R.

Northampton - English literature (Bachelors)

My name is Marshall and I hope to be able to push each of my students to be the best that they can be through my lessons to achieve the grades they want.

£22-£27

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Star 5 / 5

11 reviews

170 lessons

Marshall R.

Northampton - English literature (Bachelors)

My name is Marshall and I hope to be able to push each of my students to be the best that they can be through my lessons to achieve the grades they want.

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Sally E.

Royal Holloway - LLB (Bachelors)

Final year law student, with a passion for teaching humanities-based subjects! Especially English lit and Sociology

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

2 reviews

135 lessons

Sally E.

Royal Holloway - LLB (Bachelors)

Final year law student, with a passion for teaching humanities-based subjects! Especially English lit and Sociology

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Siobhan R.

Portsmouth - Psychology (Bachelors)

Friendly and enthusiastic third-year Psychology student who is passionate to support and guide students to achieve their potential.

£22-£27

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Siobhan R.

Portsmouth - Psychology (Bachelors)

Friendly and enthusiastic third-year Psychology student who is passionate to support and guide students to achieve their potential.

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Zara K.

Responds quickly

University College London - Anthropology (BSC) (Bachelors)

Friendly and helpful tutor aiming to help student's academic journey and improve their grades

£30-£32

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Star 5 / 5

16 reviews

147 lessons

Zara K.

Responds quickly

University College London - Anthropology (BSC) (Bachelors)

Friendly and helpful tutor aiming to help student's academic journey and improve their grades

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