Hannah U. A Level Sociology tutor, GCSE Sociology tutor, A Level Medi...

Hannah U.

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Law (Other) - Warwick University

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About me

I am currently studying Law at the University of Warwick. All you need to do is to tell me your goals academically and i will start working on it immediately even if you are on the worst possible grades i strongly believe that you have the ability to do well.  Before i received my A level results i have always wanted to teach students younger than me to help them achieve good results in essay based A level subjects. I strongly believe that every student has the ability to achieve high result in order to enable them proceed to university and most importantly get into their firm choice and choose their desired subjects. After examining some things at different colleges and sixth form and also with my fellow classmates i noticed that independent learning, practising and exam technique are very important in succeeding in your required subject. I also noticed that getting good AS grades also crucial. I have helped a few student in the past to achieve their desired grades and also giving them advice academically. I started doing this at college as i was also required to help my fellow class mate and give them good strategies in learning which worked for them. I am willing to tutor A level Religious Studies, Sociology and Politics. I can gladly assist in any essay based subject. I am able and willing to not only tutor you on this subjects but help you in other areas such as giving advice and other things that can help you academically to achieve the best you can. I am also willing to help with law personal statement and other social arts subjects.I am currently studying Law at the University of Warwick. All you need to do is to tell me your goals academically and i will start working on it immediately even if you are on the worst possible grades i strongly believe that you have the ability to do well.  Before i received my A level results i have always wanted to teach students younger than me to help them achieve good results in essay based A level subjects. I strongly believe that every student has the ability to achieve high result in order to enable them proceed to university and most importantly get into their firm choice and choose their desired subjects. After examining some things at different colleges and sixth form and also with my fellow classmates i noticed that independent learning, practising and exam technique are very important in succeeding in your required subject. I also noticed that getting good AS grades also crucial. I have helped a few student in the past to achieve their desired grades and also giving them advice academically. I started doing this at college as i was also required to help my fellow class mate and give them good strategies in learning which worked for them. I am willing to tutor A level Religious Studies, Sociology and Politics. I can gladly assist in any essay based subject. I am able and willing to not only tutor you on this subjects but help you in other areas such as giving advice and other things that can help you academically to achieve the best you can. I am also willing to help with law personal statement and other social arts subjects.

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Qualifications

SubjectQualificationGrade
Religious StudiesA-level (A2)A
SociologyA-level (A2)A
Media StudiesA-level (A2)B
Government & PoliticsA-level (A2)B
HistoryA-level (A2)B

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Subjects offered

SubjectQualificationPrices
Religious StudiesGCSE£18 /hr
SociologyGCSE£18 /hr
-Personal Statements-Mentoring£22 /hr

Questions Hannah has answered

How do i write a good paragraph for an essay?

In order to write a good paragraph for an essay you should use the PEACE paragraph. This is writing the point you want to make to answer the question and explaining the point made then further using examples to analyse the point made. It is also important to add criticisms and show the ability to evaluate the answer given. As long as you follow these steps you are on the right track before moving to the next level which is exam skills. This will  put you in a much higher band which i can demonstrate to you. Remember that the PEACE does not have to be in order.

In order to write a good paragraph for an essay you should use the PEACE paragraph. This is writing the point you want to make to answer the question and explaining the point made then further using examples to analyse the point made. It is also important to add criticisms and show the ability to evaluate the answer given. As long as you follow these steps you are on the right track before moving to the next level which is exam skills. This will  put you in a much higher band which i can demonstrate to you. Remember that the PEACE does not have to be in order.

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2 years ago

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How do you use 90mins to write 6 short essays? It is very difficult as i always run out of time.

The best way to tackle this is to practice strictly with time before the exam. I understand your frustration with the time limit especially when you know a lot. Doing loads of essay plans is very important in order to go straight to the point and not waffle. You will notice that most of the questions require the same answers but in a different way so all you need to do is to engage with the question and use the knowledge you know to answer the question. When writing your essay make sure you spent 1 to 2 minutes planning so you can write smoothly and not get confused. Remember also to write relevant information to the question. For example, if the question is asking about religious experience you should discuss key scholars first such as Richard Swinburne

The best way to tackle this is to practice strictly with time before the exam. I understand your frustration with the time limit especially when you know a lot. Doing loads of essay plans is very important in order to go straight to the point and not waffle. You will notice that most of the questions require the same answers but in a different way so all you need to do is to engage with the question and use the knowledge you know to answer the question. When writing your essay make sure you spent 1 to 2 minutes planning so you can write smoothly and not get confused. Remember also to write relevant information to the question. For example, if the question is asking about religious experience you should discuss key scholars first such as Richard Swinburne

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2 years ago

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What is Federalism?

Federalism was Madison's attempt to find a compromise between the Hamiltonains and Jeffersonians. They were the Founding Fathers of the US Constitution.

The term Federalism means a vertical separation of powers. Political power is divided between a national government and state government each having their own area of Substantive Jurisdiction. This means that the national government and state government are two sovereign bodies. Federalism means that the two level of goverment are not to interfere with each others specific powers. Federal governmet have the power to declare war, maintain army service, control over immigration and so on whilst state government have the power over education, health care, drugs, death penalty, age to get marry or buy alcohol and regulating elections. There are also powers which they share with federal government called concurrent powers. These includes maintaining courts, collecting taxes and making laws. It is important to know that there has been criticism raised in regards to federalism as federal government often interfere with the states which undermines federalsm. An example of this is  Obama's Affordable Care Act (PPACA).

Federalism was Madison's attempt to find a compromise between the Hamiltonains and Jeffersonians. They were the Founding Fathers of the US Constitution.

The term Federalism means a vertical separation of powers. Political power is divided between a national government and state government each having their own area of Substantive Jurisdiction. This means that the national government and state government are two sovereign bodies. Federalism means that the two level of goverment are not to interfere with each others specific powers. Federal governmet have the power to declare war, maintain army service, control over immigration and so on whilst state government have the power over education, health care, drugs, death penalty, age to get marry or buy alcohol and regulating elections. There are also powers which they share with federal government called concurrent powers. These includes maintaining courts, collecting taxes and making laws. It is important to know that there has been criticism raised in regards to federalism as federal government often interfere with the states which undermines federalsm. An example of this is  Obama's Affordable Care Act (PPACA).

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2 years ago

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