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  Richard’s excellent subject knowledge allowed me to excel in economics, resulting in top marks in my January module. As well as having superb economic understanding, Richard is a very polite and respectable young man that takes a professional and creative path towards tuition. In all honesty I feel lucky to have had Richard as a tutor!  

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