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GCSE level science online tutoring from scientist with PhD


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Do you need help in Math/Biology/Physics (up to GCSE level)? I'm happy to provide online tutoring sessions.

I have been tutoring students in the area for four years now, and my qualifications include a BSc, MSc, and PhD in Neuroscience. My schedule is flexible at the moment, and my rates are ?30/hour.


Message me if you are interested.

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