`Why take the risk? I am the only Tutor in the UK that guarantees success!` - Luke Jones, (Barrister, Qualified Teacher and international 'Super Tutor') "Highly Recommended" - Kuwaiti Royal Family - Which subject(s) do you teach? Why am I so expensive? YOUR Education and YOUR results are too important to leave to chance.
Can you not grasp contract? Hate land law? Are bored by equity and trusts? Are you struggling to understand a piece of coursework, or are worried about an upcoming exam? We can have a conversation where we establish your weak areas and your end goal, before constructing a plan together to get you the grade that you deserve.
I am fortunate to have had, and currently have, fantastic law teachers who I take my teaching inspiration from. I believe in first breaking down the topic into its core elements, explaining each element thoroughly, and then putting the elements back together.
For LNAT, you need to prepare for both the essay and the reading comprehension part of the test. Reading comprehension: I will provide you with resources to practice for the test and with tips on how to approach each question.
I focus on creating bespoke lessons for each student. No student learns in the exact same way and so I try to gain a detailed understanding of the problems each student is facing and come up with unique ways to help.
I am an experienced teacher of Philosophy and Critical thinking. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach AQA philosophy and Edexcel relgious studies at a leading 6th form college in North London. I am currently working as an examiner for AQA philosophy (AS and A2 exams) and have led revision sessions in other colleges.
My lessons are structured and my students have a clear idea of the aims of each session before starting. I am friendly and encouraging, welcoming student participation and discussion. I use frequent analogies to simplify complex ideas and believe in the importance of citing sources for further independent research.
I use my own experiences as a student to work out which method suits each individual. I am patient but expect my tutees to work hard. I’ll put the work in to ensure every session is the best and most useful it can be, I expect my tutees to do the same.
I love teaching - either adults or young people, face-to-face or online. I particularly enjoy supporting people individually according to their needs. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach English, Philosophy, Thinking skills including preparation for the LNAT, the BMAT and the Thinking Skills assessment, study skills, English as a foreign language. - Tell me about your qualifications.
My approach to teaching is 2-fold: Firstly, break the problem down into useable information. Secondly, apply your knowledge in a system of problem-based learning. Law is a vast subject and much of the information you are given is conceptual, its easy to get lost particularly when so much is normative to begin with.
Each session will differ, depending what the student would like to achieve from the session and their main end goal. For instance, some sessions will be revision based, on homework, or exam technique. I tend to use basic diagrams and text in my tutorials, to not confuse the student and make sure they have a solid understanding before explaining the concept to them in more depth.
I pace each class on the needs of the student. I work with an open mindset that given opportunity and support each student can achieve their full potential. I use split class schedules to divide time on the most important current issues for the student.
What I think is the most important part of understanding law is having a good structure in your mind about different topics. Making 'maps' for every topic helps a lot in linking the core principles of law. I have been preparing these for the past 21 months and many people find it useful.
For LNAT prep, the lesson will primarily be divided into two parts, each addressing the two different parts of the test. Part A would involve working around reading material from a variety of topics, from sources similar to those that have previously been used for comprehension and a weekly test with Feedback.
I would do critical thinking exercises and discuss the structure of the exam and practise possible questions for part A and B.
I'm an experienced and qualified teacher of English, Philosophy and related subjects, with a Ph.D. and a PGCE. I have lots of experience of helping students prepare for university admission. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Philosophy A Level and undergraduate level. Critical Thinking AS & A Level. Religious Studies at A Level (most religions and options). Politics A Level.
My teaching method is, naturally, heavily dependent on the student.
I teach law at all levels, and the best tutoring sessions involve working together to find the most effective approach. Generally, I believe that a discursive approach is best, particularly once you reach university.
I am an Honours student at Glasgow University on course to graduate soundly with a graduate job already secured. I have acquired a vast grasp of legal knowledge and aim to simply pass this on to younger students needing some assistance with lessons or secondary school pupils needing help to prepare themselves properly for the LNAT.
I ensure that my lessons are flexible and dynamic, intending to maintain relevance, and spark the interests of my pupils. I am comfortable tutoring students up to undergraduate level, and enjoy using my skills to develop essay writing technique, to contextualise and critically assess the efficiency of law.
I love teaching in a practical way - through original testing materials and targeted practice. My goal is not only to teach to a test, but teach to a skill - my students will leave with both the knowledge and confidence that they can apply their learning on one the most important exams of their school career.
My teaching method is primarily focused on discussion. When tutoring I enjoy engaging the student in conversations around the subject matter or legal issue. This allows the student to engage critically with the subject. My lessons will largely be dictated by the student's needs. I would be willing to either help the students with their current work or to help introduce them to future topics.
I approach each topic individually, moving as quickly or slowly throughout modules as is required by the student. I like to work in a visually appealing way with images, tables and diagrams to break down complicated ideas into easy to remember concepts. I specialise in revision techniques and making content more memorable and accessible.
An experienced and professional academic tutor with an extensive background in the Cambridge ESOL exams (IELTS, FCE, CAE, CPE). I have an excellent record of helping people reach their language goals.
My name is Angus Maudslay and I have recently graduated from Oxford. I am looking to become a commercial barrister, but, until then, I would love to take an active tutoring role. I look forward to helping you reach your desired qualifications. - Which subject(s) do you teach? The subjects I teach vary with age level and needs. However I am mostly focused on the subjects of Law and Maths.
I am able to teach in all qualifying subjects studied at English and Scots Law degrees. I can also provide help for students studying law at A level or below. For further details please do not hesitate to contact me.
My teaching methodology is based on critical thinking and analysis which are key to reaching the top grades at both a level and degree level
I will offer an approach that will allow students to develop their own skills naturally, rather than been told what to do every step of the way. This, in my opinion, will aid their development the most.
Hello, My name is Jocelyn, I did almost all my schooling in Montpellier, I have a master 2 in public business law. So this year, I prepare the avocado competition in Paris at the Sorbonne. During my years in Montpellier, I gave private lessons to many students. Now that I'm in Paris and I do not know anyone, I thought why not this site that will allow me perhaps to have students. See you, Jocelyn.
Dear Students, - As an Attorney at Law as well as a Lecturer, I can help you grasp in-depth knowledge of French law. - For those of you who are interested in studying Law in Paris,Lyon, Lille, Strasbourg or taking the French Bar, I am willing to help you succeed in such achievements. - The class may be taught in English.
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