Currently unavailable: for regular students
Degree: law (Bachelors) - Liverpool University
My name is Olivia and I am a Law student at the University of Liverpool.
I'm very friendly and patient and have experience tutoring children as young as 5 up to 18. I've also taught in institutions in Africa so I understand fully that some people need a little more help to understand things and I can easily adapt my lessons to suit your needs.
You will be able to decide what we learn. If there is something you are paticularly struggling with or need a little more help with let me know and I will help you. I will try to find a way of learning that suits you best, whether thats drawing graphs and tables or simply doing lots of past papers.
If you're thinking about applying to law school, I can offer support both for your Law A-Level and in your LNAT test. I have taken both and recieved the highest grades so I hope I can guide you through as well and make the whole process seem a little less daunting.
If you have any questions please send me a message or book a session. We can discuss future lessons and what you hope to achieve. In messages, please indicate the level you are studying, the topic you are struggling with, and the exam board. This allows me to refamiliarize myself with the area before I tutor you to ensure you get the most out of your session.
I look forward to speaking with you :)
|Law||A Level||£20 /hr|
|.LNAT.||Uni Admissions Test||£25 /hr|
|Lnat||Uni Admissions Test||Pass|
|Before 12pm||12pm - 5pm||After 5pm|
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The best way to practise for the LNAT is to practise your reading and articulation skills. This can be done by reading a newspaper and thinking about the story you are reading: what is the main issue? what is being argued? is there a counter argument? This will also help you be able to understand and argue about important topics when you reach the essay part of the exam.see more
Actus Reus is the guilty act part of an offence - the external element, for example kicking someone or taking something. Basically it's the thing you physically do when a crime is committed.
Mens Rea is the guilty mind part of an offence. This is the internal element and it involves what the defendant (the person who commited the offence) is thinking at the time. An example is whether the defendant intended to commit the offence or what they believed the circumstances were.see more
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A result crime is a crime which has a result element and is where a required result must happen for the offence to be committed. An example is murder, if you attempt to murder but the person does not die then you cannot be liable for murder, of course you would be liable for other offences but since the other people did not die (the required result) there is no murder.see more