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Rachael A.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - Psychology (Bachelors)

Experienced tutor with results; keen on delivering, learning & educating in the way that's best for you :)

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

65 reviews

538 lessons

Rachael A.

Super tutor

Edinburgh - Psychology (Bachelors)

Experienced tutor with results; keen on delivering, learning & educating in the way that's best for you :)

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Lucy W.

East Anglia - Law LLB (Masters)

I was born in Germany and have lived in countries such as Brunei; The Falkland Islands; England and the UAE. I love living abroad and I think this has helped give me a better understanding of different cultures and is what makes me enjoy learning ...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

4 reviews

65 lessons

Lucy W.

East Anglia - Law LLB (Masters)

I was born in Germany and have lived in countries such as Brunei; The Falkland Islands; England and the UAE. I love living abroad and I think this has helped give me a better understanding of different cultures and is what makes me enjoy learning ...

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Claudia B.

Kings College London - Chemistry (Bachelors)

As a university student, I have seen and have experience with academic adversity. I hope to help you by using my experiences to build confidence and knowledge.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

39 reviews

355 lessons

Claudia B.

Kings College London - Chemistry (Bachelors)

As a university student, I have seen and have experience with academic adversity. I hope to help you by using my experiences to build confidence and knowledge.

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Kian J.

Responds quickly

LSE - International Social and Public Policy (Development) (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Kian, I’m currently a student at LSE. As a student I loved most of my subjects. However, I know how tough it can be to st...

£47-£49

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Star 0 / 5

0 reviews

77 lessons

Kian J.

Responds quickly

LSE - International Social and Public Policy (Development) (Bachelors)

Hi! My name is Kian, I’m currently a student at LSE. As a student I loved most of my subjects. However, I know how tough it can be to st...

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Bandar A.

Cambridge - MRes in Connected Electronic and Photonic Systems (Masters)

For many students revision is a long, draining and frustrating journey. However, it doesn't need to be and I'm here to fix that with tailormade lessons for you!

£47-£49

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Star 4.8 / 5

6 reviews

306 lessons

Bandar A.

Cambridge - MRes in Connected Electronic and Photonic Systems (Masters)

For many students revision is a long, draining and frustrating journey. However, it doesn't need to be and I'm here to fix that with tailormade lessons for you!

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Charlotte R.

Exeter - Business and Management (Bachelors)

University of Exeter graduate (1st) after finishing the IB with 43 points. I can help with any issues you are having through either one off or regular sessions.

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

74 reviews

357 lessons

Charlotte R.

Exeter - Business and Management (Bachelors)

University of Exeter graduate (1st) after finishing the IB with 43 points. I can help with any issues you are having through either one off or regular sessions.

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