My teaching method is heavily dependent on the student. I focus on people who need a certain grade for University requirements and help them go above and beyond this level to flourish beyond their A-level / GCSE studies.
I myself, enjoy learning through talking, so discussing concepts and figuring out solutions orally. However, a great tutor will recognise that not every student is the same, and everybody reacts differently to different resources. There will be set work between sessions to be completed for the next meeting to ensure that work is consolidated and is stored in the long term memory. Small tests will be issued at regular intervals to ensure that progression is occurring at a rate which pleases both sides.
I have a vast experience tutoring. I assist in language lessons at a local comprehensive secondary school, was a language tutor at my own school during sixth form and have also tutored for the 11+ and Oxford entrance exams for the past three years. So far all of my students have passed / achieved the grade that they have needed in their examinations, which is exceptionally rewarding.
University of Oxford | Jurisprudence (with Law studies in Europe) - (2017-2021) with European studies specialising in German Law.
Examination Results – March 2018 (Law Moderations): Criminal Law: 70, Roman Law: 65, Constitutional Law: 63. Overall: PASS.
Scholarships and Awards
• Lloyd’s Scholar
• Moritz-Heyman Scholar
• Exhibition. I received an exhibition and scholar’s gown following my first year examinations for achieving the highest average grade in my college cohort.
Dover Grammar School for Girls - (2010-2017)
• 2A*s 2As & 1B at A-Level (In German, History, Philosophy, EPQ and French respectively),
• 7A*s 4As at GCSE.
• Extend Project Qualification: Grade A, entitled ‘Should judges possess unilateral decision- making authority?’ in which I focused on comparing the English and German judicial processes.
August 2018: One week work experience at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton. Provided an immersive experience at an international corporate firm, meeting with associates from various practice areas.
July 2018: One week work experience at Eversheds Sutherland. Spent time in the Dispute Resolution, Corporate and Competition teams. Gave an insight into these practice areas, and developed drafting and research skills further.
June-August 2018: Financial Services Retail Legal Internship at Lloyd’s Banking Group. Collaborated across various teams including personal current accounts and savings, unsecured lending and HR / Employment. Conducted legal research, drafted responses and dealt with customer claims. Improved insight and commercial awareness of the business, enabling me to have a better understanding of client needs. Also completed an e-course in Professional Banking.
April 2018-Present: Human Rights legal intern at African’s Prisons Project. Providing prisoners in Uganda with legal training and advice so that they are able to support incoming inmates who may have been wrongfully imprisoned and would otherwise be deprived of quality legal support.
March 2018: Completed a one week mini-pupillage with Stour Chambers in Canterbury. Shadowed various barristers across a variety of practice areas throughout the week. The hearings I attended were mostly on family law or civil law matters. Provided insight into the practice of advocacy and developed numerous drafting and organizational skills.
May 2018 – Present: Linklaters Oxford Law Access Ambassador. Leading events in various state schools to engaging and encouraging students from diverse backgrounds to consider careers in law.
February 2018 - Present: City Solicitors Horizons Programme. One of the most beneficial programmes for me has been CSH, which is a programme which supports aspiring city solicitors by offering advice, commercial awareness classes, and overall preparation for a career in the legal field, particularly working with international corporate firms.
Summer 2016: Experience Aberdeen Law Summer Programme. Practised mooting skills, and researched and undertook tasks in alternative dispute resolution.
• German: A* grade at A-Level (CEFR equivalent estimated C1)
• French: B grade at A-Level (CEFR equivalent estimated B1+)
Currently I am continuing with German legal and language classes at the European Institute at the Law Faculty, and will shortly be commencing with French language classes at the Oxford Languages Centre to obtain a higher level of fluency.
Work and Volunteering
2017: Volunteering with Schools Plus. My role includes going into local Oxford schools and assisting students in German. Having also been a language ambassador at my school, I have had a variety of experience tutoring.
July 2015 - Present: Sales Assistant for A.S Watson. Throughout my sixth form studies and my degree (during vacation times), I have also been in part-time employment working in retail. Helped to develop my client interaction, organization and time-management.
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