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Eddie M - Maths & French tutor near london, Greater London.
Eddie M, london
Mature student as a tutor
Maths, French
Janet E - Maths tutor near Horley, Surrey.
Janet E, Horley
Maths for A Level, GCSE, IGCSE, KS3, adults.
David B - English International - EFL, History & English tutor near Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.
David B, Wisbech
There is great satisfaction in helping students enjoying their journey to attain their goals. .
English International - EFL, History, English
Karen T - English tutor near Worcester, Worcestershire.
Karen T, Worcester
Qualified and high experienced bright, literary English tutor
James B - English International - EFL, History, Geography & English tutor near Whitstable, Kent.
James B, Whitstable
Helping you to help yourself exceed grade expectations across all subjects!
English International - EFL, History, Geography, English
Galatia P - Biology, Biochemistry, Creative Writing, English International - EFL, Chemistry & Physics tutor near London, London.
Galatia P, London
Neuroscientist with PhD (Kings College,London), tries hard to inspire students and help them achieve
Biology, Biochemistry, Creative Writing, English International - EFL, Chemistry, Physics

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