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  • Name: Donald P.
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  • Location: Granville 2142
  • Subjects: Maths, Computing, Statistics
  • Name: Donald P.
  • Languages tutor speaks: English
  • Special facts: Maths Expert, Studied at North Sydney Boys School.
  • Exerptise: 10 Years of Teaching experience
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  • Academic qualification: Masters in Teaching
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  • Location: Croydon 2132
  • Subjects: Economics, Maths, Science, ESL, IELTS, PTE, Mandarin
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  • Languages tutor speaks: English, Mandarin
  • Special facts: Learning Difficulties Specialist, Dr. CCW Scholarship (UTS 2017)
  • Exerptise: 10 Years of Teaching and Academic Research experience
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  • Academic qualification: Law graduate. Pursuing Masters in Journalism and Sociology
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  • Location: Warwick Farm 2170
  • Subjects: Biology, Anatomy, Neuroscience, Microbiology, Science, Biochemistry, PTE
  • Name: Sani S.
  • Languages tutor speaks: English, Nepalese, German, Spanish, Tagalog
  • Special facts: Senior Scholar, Academician and Doctor of Medicine/li>
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  • Academic qualification: Doctor of Medicine, Pursuing Master of Health Science (UWS)

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In the News - Australian Education

ABC News - One in three university students will take more than six years to finish a bachelor degree.
The Conversation - It has been estimated that 75% of the fastest growing occupations require science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills and knowledge.
Australian Financial Review - Australian schools are stuck in the industrial era, says Mitchell Institute report.
News.com.au - 2016 NAPLAN results show literacy, numeracy skills have flatlined despite record government funding.
BBC News - Poor Australia education ranking prompts soul-searching.