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Law is often seen as a field for the best and brightest. It's also a subject that can lead to very lucrative jobs and any students who have the right skills should consider studying it. Let's see why you should study law, the challenges law students face, what you can learn about law at school, and how private law tutors can help.
The most obvious reason to study law is for work. With a law degree, you're on your way to working as a solicitor, paralegal, conveyancer, detective, legal secretary, barrister's clerk, barrister, or arbitrator. There are also opportunities outside of the field of law and students could also work in accountancy, banking and finance, business, local government administration, or insurance.
Law is also great for your employability. Nearly two-thirds of students who studied a university degree in law went straight into work. Law graduates can also earn well. The average law graduate starts on £20k a year but this can go up to £35k a year with several years of experience.
Law is a very competitive field and before you can start working in legal fields, you need to complete a course or university degree. The entry requirements for university degrees in law are quite strict and most students needing ABB at A Level and while students aren't often required to have an A Level in law, some universities won't accept subjects like PE, art, photography, or dance as an A Level.
There's a lot of work on the course, too. Law degrees are notorious for just how much work is involved and you have to like reading because law students have an awful lot to learn.
Even once you're on a university course, it's still competitive and even while you're finishing your degree and trying to work on your dissertation, you'll still want to be applying to jobs because all your classmates will be.
You may have found it odd that you don't need an A Level in law to study a university law degree, but that's because learning about law in school is very uncommon.
Schools don't tend to offer law as a GCSE and while the GCSE does exist, not many students opt to study it. At A Level, this is also true to a lesser extent. Generally, law degrees look for students with good GCSE results, especially in maths and English, and the aforementioned A Level results.
If you do have an interest in law, it's a good idea to study it at A Level. While rarely a requirement for a law degree, it can be useful in helping you to find out whether studying law is for you.
If you'd like to learn more about law or need help with your law course, a private tutor can help with lessons tailored to you, your level, and how you like to learn.
The problem with the teaching at school and university is that the teachers have too many students and lack the resources and time to effectively adapt each lesson to the students. Since a private tutor will only teach small groups or individuals, they can provide lessons that are better suited to the student, what they want to learn, and how they learn most effectively.
Private tutoring isn't just for students, though. Professionals can also get help from a private law tutor. If you need help studying for a professional exam or brushing up on a legal field that you're a bit rusty in, a private tutor can help.
If you're looking for a private tutor in Belfast, check out the talented and experienced tutors on the Superprof website. There's tutoring available in a wide variety of subjects including academic subjects like maths and English, foreign languages like French and Spanish, and professional subjects like business studies and law. There are also tutors for all levels from primary school children to secondary school, GCSE, A Level, university, and beyond.
There are different types of tuition available so think carefully about the kind of tutoring experience you're after and which would work best for you, your level, and how you like to learn. You can see this, along with how much they charge, their experience, and reviews from their other students, on their profile.
Face-to-face tutoring probably offers the most effective type of teaching as the lessons are just between the tutor and one student. This allows the tutor to adapt the course to the student allowing them to focus on them and their learning. However, since the tutor will be spending hours outside of the lessons planning and adapting the course, they tend to charge more than other types of tutoring.
Group tutoring is an excellent choice for those on a budget as you can share the cost of the tutor's time and experience with other students. This can be useful for groups of students, especially those who need help with their university course, for example. Some students prefer learning in a group and from their peers, too.
If you can't find any suitable tutors in or around Belfast, you can always broaden your search to include online tutoring. Since they don't have to travel to their students and can schedule more hours of tutoring each week, they tend to charge less than face-to-face tutors. While online tuition isn't ideal for some hands-on subjects, it can be just as effective when it comes to academic skills and subjects like history, English, and law.
When looking for tutors on the Superprof website, make sure you check to see whether or not they offer the first lesson for free. You can use these free sessions to try out a few different tutors and types of tuition before deciding on which one will be best for you and your budget. After all, studying law is tough and if you're looking for help from a private tutor, you may be working with them for some time so you must choose the perfect one.
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