Hey! My name is India and I am a final year law student at Durham University.
I’m tutoring A-level History, English Literature, Psychology and Geography. I will also be mentoring for the LNAT (Law National Admissions Test) and help with University applications and making the right choice for you!
I obtained A*AAB at A-level (with an A*AA offer) so I understand the pressures of sixth form and I will pass on the tips I learned throughout my two years.
I came first in my year for A-level History and English Literature and second in my year for Geography.
Through my university studies and English and History I have developed a comprehensive essay technique. I can help with source evaluation, systematic revision and share techniques for effective, simple and successfully learning.
I can also help with Personal Statements and interviews as they are vital to score those top offers if you are considering studying Law at Undergraduate level.
As a Tutor:
We will look at the areas you want to improve and deliver tailored lessons. I understand the issues students face during the transition to A-Level with coursework and much more demanding exams and revision, I’m here to help!
I will enhance your learning into manageable steps, with re-caps at the end of every lesson.
I can guarantee up to date knowledge regarding exam boards and current exam technique (currently tutoring my younger sister whom has just re-started her A-levels).
I am a fully certified tennis coach and have a lot of experience helping coach a player’s technique and general mentality on court and I can do the same to you to succeed in the exam room!
I aim in sessions to: help you to not only learn, but comprehend a variety of source materials to achieve the top grades and help you grow in confidence as an independent learner.
I am very flexible with times for our sessions as I am on a very independently driven course.
Work Experience/ Internships:
I have completed a variety of work experience within the legal sector and I can help you with covering letters to pad out personal statements and get a vital head-start if you are considering a career within corporate law.
**If you have any questions or would like to get started, just arrange a free 15 minute introductory session with me! Hope to see you in the online class room**
|English Literature||A Level||£20 /hr|
|Law||A Level||£20 /hr|
|.LNAT.||Uni Admissions Test||£25 /hr|
|LNAT||Uni Admissions Test||PASS|
Yes, there a differences between cases and legislation in both Criminal and Civil law. This is because Scottish and English Parliaments have supremacy in their respective regions and seperate court systems. So if you would like to practice Law in England or Scotland then you have to study in that county to learn the correct system.see more
The key difference is Criminal law is imposed as an automatic obligation (or rules and standards of behaviour) for any British Citizen residing under the crown, therefore crimes such as theft or burglary will be pursued through the criminal courts against a defendent by Her Majesty's 'Crown Prosecution Service'
Civil law, on the other hand, is the law of implied or written obligations (such as Contract and Tort Law) between private citizens not acting in the interests of the Crown.see more
If you're considering studying Law at University the following Universities require you to take a further aptitude test (the Law National Admissions Test):
-University of Oxford
-University of Birmingham
-University of Glasgow
-Kings College London
-University of Nottingham
-University College London
With a focus on reasoning and argument construction.see more