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Elisa M.

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Studying: Law (Bachelors) - Kings, London University

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About me 

Hi I'm Elisa! I'm a first year Law student at King's College London. I absolutely love the subject and would be happy to give any help and advice that I can to perspective Law students with regards to the LNAT, personal statements and any other queries. 

I completed the IB at sixth form as I could never decide on 4 subjects and due to this I have a love for many different subjects over a broad range!

I studied a wide range of subjects at IB and therefore I am offering a wide range of subjects for tutoring at GCSE Level. 

The Sessions:

The sessions will run in whichever way is best for you or your child, and I will take into account the learning needs and level when planning sessions. Therefore prior to sessions I will need to know about any subjects or topics which you or your child need help on, what level they are currently working at, and the exam board. 

The most important thing however is that you enjoy the sessions and if they are enjoyable you will be able to get the most out of them as possible! Which is the aim of these sessions, so you can ACE those exams!

Law Admissions

I went through this process myself last year so I know just how hard and daunting it can seem! With a bit of help however, I'm sure you will be able to get to the stage where I am now, enjoying studying Law at University! 

Because of this I am offering help in these areas:

LNAT

Personal Statements 

Interview Advice

About me 

Hi I'm Elisa! I'm a first year Law student at King's College London. I absolutely love the subject and would be happy to give any help and advice that I can to perspective Law students with regards to the LNAT, personal statements and any other queries. 

I completed the IB at sixth form as I could never decide on 4 subjects and due to this I have a love for many different subjects over a broad range!

I studied a wide range of subjects at IB and therefore I am offering a wide range of subjects for tutoring at GCSE Level. 

The Sessions:

The sessions will run in whichever way is best for you or your child, and I will take into account the learning needs and level when planning sessions. Therefore prior to sessions I will need to know about any subjects or topics which you or your child need help on, what level they are currently working at, and the exam board. 

The most important thing however is that you enjoy the sessions and if they are enjoyable you will be able to get the most out of them as possible! Which is the aim of these sessions, so you can ACE those exams!

Law Admissions

I went through this process myself last year so I know just how hard and daunting it can seem! With a bit of help however, I'm sure you will be able to get to the stage where I am now, enjoying studying Law at University! 

Because of this I am offering help in these areas:

LNAT

Personal Statements 

Interview Advice

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5from 42 customer reviews
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Erin (Student)

June 6 2017

Good explanations and teaching methods :)

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Erin (Student)

April 13 2017

Very informative and explains well!

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Erin (Student)

March 14 2017

Very understandable and explains clearly

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Erin (Student)

November 21 2016

Very helpful and understandable!

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
Business and Management HLInternational Baccalaureate (IB)7
English HLInternational Baccalaureate (IB)6
History HLInternational Baccalaureate (IB)5
Maths Studies SLInternational Baccalaureate (IB)7
Spanish SLInternational Baccalaureate (IB)6
Physics SLInternational Baccalaureate (IB)6
Theory of KnowledgeInternational Baccalaureate (IB)A
Extended EssayInternational Baccalaureate (IB)B

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
LawA Level£24 /hr
Business StudiesGCSE£22 /hr
EnglishGCSE£22 /hr
EnglishGCSE£22 /hr
LawGCSE£22 /hr
MathsGCSE£22 /hr
MathsGCSE£22 /hr
PhysicsGCSE£22 /hr
.LNAT.Uni Admissions Test£26 /hr

Questions Elisa has answered

How can I achieve full marks in a long answer question?

In order to achieve full marks, you have to establish what the question is asking of you. This is achieved by looking at the command words in the question and the number of marks avaliable.

The number of marks avaliable, tells you how much you should be writing,

Example: for a 6 mark question, you ideally need to make a least 6 points in order to achieve full marks. 

Then you need to look at the command word in the question, these are words such as: "describe" "explain" "analyse". These tell you what you need to do when answering the question, 

Examples:

"Explain" - this is asking you to give reasons for things. You need to show the link between the topic and how it affects the business. 

"Analyse" - this means examine in detail. You need to go further into your points, asking yourself questions such as "why" or "how". You need to look at the effects and explain then. 

In order to achieve full marks, you have to establish what the question is asking of you. This is achieved by looking at the command words in the question and the number of marks avaliable.

The number of marks avaliable, tells you how much you should be writing,

Example: for a 6 mark question, you ideally need to make a least 6 points in order to achieve full marks. 

Then you need to look at the command word in the question, these are words such as: "describe" "explain" "analyse". These tell you what you need to do when answering the question, 

Examples:

"Explain" - this is asking you to give reasons for things. You need to show the link between the topic and how it affects the business. 

"Analyse" - this means examine in detail. You need to go further into your points, asking yourself questions such as "why" or "how". You need to look at the effects and explain then. 

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2 years ago

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How can I prepare for the LNAT?

Different people choose different ways to tackle the LNAT preparation. Ultimately you need to improve your comphrension skills and vocabularly in order to achieve a good score on the LNAT.

I recommend reading widely, newspapers are great for this, but you can also use online articles. Even if you just read one article every day. As you read a new article, read it through once, and then go through and ask yourself what the main argument of the article is and how they got there. This will help to improve your comprehension skills. 

Practice tests are avaliable online and these should definitely be used. These help you to know the layout of the test and what to expect on the day. There is also the oportunity to go through the test online and they give detailed explainations of how the correct answers are achieved. 

There are also books which you can purchase, which contain more practice tests. These are not necessarily the same standard as the LNAT test however, and sometimes they can be a lot harder or a lot easier than the actual test. Therefore i'd recommend reading the reviews of these online. 

Additionally you could also use the LSAT practice papers as there are much more of these online than the LNAT. They are slightly different as they are the American version, however they can still help to improve your comprehension skiils. 

Different people choose different ways to tackle the LNAT preparation. Ultimately you need to improve your comphrension skills and vocabularly in order to achieve a good score on the LNAT.

I recommend reading widely, newspapers are great for this, but you can also use online articles. Even if you just read one article every day. As you read a new article, read it through once, and then go through and ask yourself what the main argument of the article is and how they got there. This will help to improve your comprehension skills. 

Practice tests are avaliable online and these should definitely be used. These help you to know the layout of the test and what to expect on the day. There is also the oportunity to go through the test online and they give detailed explainations of how the correct answers are achieved. 

There are also books which you can purchase, which contain more practice tests. These are not necessarily the same standard as the LNAT test however, and sometimes they can be a lot harder or a lot easier than the actual test. Therefore i'd recommend reading the reviews of these online. 

Additionally you could also use the LSAT practice papers as there are much more of these online than the LNAT. They are slightly different as they are the American version, however they can still help to improve your comprehension skiils. 

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2 years ago

977 views

How can I prepare for the LNAT?

Different people choose different ways to tackle the LNAT preparation. Ultimately you need to improve your comphrension skills and vocabularly in order to achieve a good score on the LNAT.

I recommend reading widely, newspapers are great for this, but you can also use online articles. Even if you just read one article every day. As you read a new article, read it through once, and then go through and ask yourself what the main argument of the article is and how they got there. This will help to improve your comprehension skills. 

Practice tests are avaliable online and these should definitely be used. These help you to know the layout of the test and what to expect on the day. There is also the oportunity to go through the test online and they give detailed explainations of how the correct answers are achieved. 

There are also books which you can purchase, which contain more practice tests. These are not necessarily the same standard as the LNAT test however, and sometimes they can be a lot harder or a lot easier than the actual test. Therefore i'd recommend reading the reviews of these online. 

Additionally you could also use the LSAT practice papers as there are much more of these online than the LNAT. They are slightly different as they are the American version, however they can still help to improve your comprehension skills.

Different people choose different ways to tackle the LNAT preparation. Ultimately you need to improve your comphrension skills and vocabularly in order to achieve a good score on the LNAT.

I recommend reading widely, newspapers are great for this, but you can also use online articles. Even if you just read one article every day. As you read a new article, read it through once, and then go through and ask yourself what the main argument of the article is and how they got there. This will help to improve your comprehension skills. 

Practice tests are avaliable online and these should definitely be used. These help you to know the layout of the test and what to expect on the day. There is also the oportunity to go through the test online and they give detailed explainations of how the correct answers are achieved. 

There are also books which you can purchase, which contain more practice tests. These are not necessarily the same standard as the LNAT test however, and sometimes they can be a lot harder or a lot easier than the actual test. Therefore i'd recommend reading the reviews of these online. 

Additionally you could also use the LSAT practice papers as there are much more of these online than the LNAT. They are slightly different as they are the American version, however they can still help to improve your comprehension skills.

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2 years ago

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