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Claire S.

Responds quickly

Edinburgh - Sociology and Social Anthropology (Bachelors)

Hello! I'm Claire and I am an enthusiastic graduate student who has a passion for teaching young people. I love helping students realise their full potential!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

83 reviews

499 lessons

Claire S.

Responds quickly

Edinburgh - Sociology and Social Anthropology (Bachelors)

Hello! I'm Claire and I am an enthusiastic graduate student who has a passion for teaching young people. I love helping students realise their full potential!

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Victoria B.

University College London - Countering Extremist Crime and Terrorism (Masters)

Passionate Criminology student, 3 years teaching experience, 1st Class Hons in Criminology, now pursuing Masters. Adaptable to any exam board. Marking available

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

4 reviews

69 lessons

Victoria B.

University College London - Countering Extremist Crime and Terrorism (Masters)

Passionate Criminology student, 3 years teaching experience, 1st Class Hons in Criminology, now pursuing Masters. Adaptable to any exam board. Marking available

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Jasmine J.

Leeds - Global Ethical Challenges (Masters)

£30-£32

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Star 4.4 / 5

5 reviews

56 lessons

Jasmine J.

Leeds - Global Ethical Challenges (Masters)

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