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Lucy P.

Super tutor

Leeds - Psychology (Bachelors)

Psychology student at Leeds with a particular passion for neuroscience and biology/biopsychology :)

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

134 reviews

1055 lessons

Lucy P.

Super tutor

Leeds - Psychology (Bachelors)

Psychology student at Leeds with a particular passion for neuroscience and biology/biopsychology :)

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Kaydei I.

Newcastle - Psychology (Bachelors)

Experienced GCSE and A-Level Tutor - helping students reach their target grades and gain confidence in chosen subjects.

£37-£39

/hr

Star 5 / 5

12 reviews

197 lessons

Kaydei I.

Newcastle - Psychology (Bachelors)

Experienced GCSE and A-Level Tutor - helping students reach their target grades and gain confidence in chosen subjects.

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Kaelin M.

Durham - Health and human sciences (Bachelors)

I have a degree in health and human sciences from Durham University. I spent 7 months teaching English in Vietnam and 4 years online tutoring in England

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

3 reviews

242 lessons

Kaelin M.

Durham - Health and human sciences (Bachelors)

I have a degree in health and human sciences from Durham University. I spent 7 months teaching English in Vietnam and 4 years online tutoring in England

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Elliott C.

Manchester - History (Bachelors)

I am studying for an MA in Modern and Contemporary Literature at the University of Manchester. I aspire to teach and am passionate about education and learning.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

46 reviews

240 lessons

Elliott C.

Manchester - History (Bachelors)

I am studying for an MA in Modern and Contemporary Literature at the University of Manchester. I aspire to teach and am passionate about education and learning.

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Jess W.

Leeds - Sociology, social policy and crime (Bachelors)

An approachable, dedicated and enthusiastic University of Leeds student inspiring students to excel in their exams.

£22-£27

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

66 lessons

Jess W.

Leeds - Sociology, social policy and crime (Bachelors)

An approachable, dedicated and enthusiastic University of Leeds student inspiring students to excel in their exams.

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Asia R.

Bristol - Education Studies (Bachelors)

I’m an Education Studies student with a passion for both teaching and learning new things in a creative way! I particularly enjoy English!...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

10 reviews

230 lessons

Asia R.

Bristol - Education Studies (Bachelors)

I’m an Education Studies student with a passion for both teaching and learning new things in a creative way! I particularly enjoy English!...

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