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    Kieran Ramdany A-level Maths Tutor (Ilford) Picture Thinking back to when I was studying for my A levels. At that time I really did have a big passion for maths and I could see what the differences were between me and some of my peers when it came to learning and doing maths. For some of them who had a decent aptitude in the subject, when it came...
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    Regina M A-level German Tutor (South East London) Picture As A Levels have recently changed, so have the requirements and the expectations for students aiming to achieve good grades. Students are, now more than ever, required to keep up with political, historical, economic and ecological developments in today's society and form their own thoughts and...
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