I am currently a first year law student studying at the University of Exeter. I am passionate about studying law and in my years of 6th form was very passionate about History.
I am very approachable and hard working so I hope that you can feel comfortable to ask me any questions and I will always try my hardest to give you the best answer. I have coached netball for 4 years now so have been experienced in teaching, I have coached children as young as 7 years old so I am good at simplifying and explaining things.
The sessions shall be designed around you, so any problem areas you are struggling with, we will put a large focus on that area. I find it helpful if we go through exam questions as the more practise you get in the more your grades should improve.
I will try to make the sessions fun and interactive so that you can get the most out of your experience of being a tutee.
Can I help with applications?:
Of course I can! My school went through a very rigorous process to ensure that our personal statements would stand out from the rest of the thousands of students applying, therefore i can definitely help with your applications.
Hopefully I will get to see some of you soon!
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|.LNAT.||Uni Admissions Test||£25 /hr|
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The best way to prepare is through practice, there a hundreds of LNAT books that are available for students and I suggest reading through them and completing the questions thoroughly. The multiple choice part of the test is a verbal reasoning test, it checks that you are able to read through a passage and pick out the key bits of information from it to answer the questions, a key skill that you will need for a law degree and in the legal profession. The essay part of the test allows you to show the examiner how you can produce a convincing argument in a short amount of time; my advice for practising this would be look at past questions and brainstorm some points you can structure an argument around and from there you can formulate this argument, if the past questions have model answers, I suggest reading some of these and comparing your answers to them to see where you can add or remove parts of the essay.see more
The Universities have to go through thousands of applications a day so you need to grab their attention from the first sentence of your personal statement, make them want to find out more about you. I believe that the best way to start a personal statement is to shortly say why you became interested in that subject; saying that you are passionate about the subject is not enough, the tutors will want to know why. This can be from a book you read or an experience you've had in work or in general. This will differ you from other students which is the most important thing to do during the application process.see more