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Izel I.

Durham - International Relations (Middle East) (Masters)

Hi!I'm Izel and I'm a Law LLB graduate currently studying MA International Relations (Middle East) at Durham University.I took English Literature, History, and Theatre Studies at A-Level, and as a writer and director in student radio and t...

£22-£27

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41 lessons

Izel I.

Durham - International Relations (Middle East) (Masters)

Hi!I'm Izel and I'm a Law LLB graduate currently studying MA International Relations (Middle East) at Durham University.I took English Literature, History, and Theatre Studies at A-Level, and as a writer and director in student radio and t...

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Calvin E.

Sheffield - Computer Science (Bachelors)

I am passionate about learning and helping others learn. There's always something new to discover in any subject, which makes the journey of learning fun and fulfilling. With a growth mindset and the right approach to learning, many exciting p...

£22-£27

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Star 4.9 / 5

40 reviews

285 lessons

Calvin E.

Sheffield - Computer Science (Bachelors)

I am passionate about learning and helping others learn. There's always something new to discover in any subject, which makes the journey of learning fun and fulfilling. With a growth mindset and the right approach to learning, many exciting p...

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Hannah W.

De Montfort - Law (Bachelors)

Friendly Trainee Solicitor with a passion to help students to pursue their dreams!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

15 reviews

371 lessons

Hannah W.

De Montfort - Law (Bachelors)

Friendly Trainee Solicitor with a passion to help students to pursue their dreams!

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Cydney W.

Super tutor

Liverpool Hope University - Creative Writing and Psychology (Bachelors)

Hello!My name is Cydney. I am passionate about helping people, especially in school. It can be a difficult time if you do not have the additional help that you need, and that is why I would love to help. Throughout school, I was always the person ...

£37-£39

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Star 5 / 5

79 reviews

638 lessons

Cydney W.

Super tutor

Liverpool Hope University - Creative Writing and Psychology (Bachelors)

Hello!My name is Cydney. I am passionate about helping people, especially in school. It can be a difficult time if you do not have the additional help that you need, and that is why I would love to help. Throughout school, I was always the person ...

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Iman A.

Kent - LLB Law (Bachelors)

Friendly and positive law student, who is passionate about teaching in a friendly and positive way!

£22-£27

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75 lessons

Iman A.

Kent - LLB Law (Bachelors)

Friendly and positive law student, who is passionate about teaching in a friendly and positive way!

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Eleanor S.

Kings College London - International Commercial and Financial Law (LLM) (Masters)

I am currently a postgraduate law student at King’s College London studying International. Commercial Law. I studied undergraduate law at the University of Exeter. I chose law because I enjoy studying how systems of rules adapt to changes in comme...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

17 reviews

313 lessons

Eleanor S.

Kings College London - International Commercial and Financial Law (LLM) (Masters)

I am currently a postgraduate law student at King’s College London studying International. Commercial Law. I studied undergraduate law at the University of Exeter. I chose law because I enjoy studying how systems of rules adapt to changes in comme...

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How much does a Law A level tutor cost? Our Law A level tutors charge from just £22/hr, with no added fees or contracts. To find a full range of tutors that fit what you’re looking for, try out our handy filter at the top of this page. If you’d like to check the price of your tutor, just head to their profile. How can I find a Law A level tutor? Feeling confident with who you choose as a tutor is all about knowing what you’re looking for. Luckily, we’ve got some top advice to help you discover your tutoring needs. So if you’re at the start of your search, or you’re just wondering if online tutoring is the right decision for your teen - we’ve got a handy list of areas you can dive into and use to ask questions during your tutor interviews. These areas include: - Teaching style - does your teen feel confident with the way this tutor communicates, do they respond well to them? Are they looking for someone who can adapt to new learning styles? Does this tutor have the right academic background to tutor your teen in the areas they need? - Schedule - are they free when you need them, such as evenings or weekends? Are you looking for long term support? Do you need regular catch-ups in between more in depth tutorials? Would you like your tutor to factor tests into tutorials to see how your teen is progressing? - Personality - does your teen feel comfortable asking them questions? Are they able to understand how they’re explaining the material, is it easy to absorb? Do you feel like they’ll get on well with your teen? How many hours of tutoring is needed for Law A level? How many tutorials your teen will need can depend on a few different factors. Your teen will need to think about what areas they’re finding difficult, their current level of work and what they’d like to get from tutoring. This might be wanting to achieve a higher grade, improving their confidence ahead of exams or strengthening their revision plan. Our tutors can help your teen find out exactly what they need to fill the gaps, so it’s ok if they’re not sure. A typical plan of action for finding the right amount of tutorials can look like this: 1. Assessment - our tutors can take some time in their first tutorial with your teen, to assess these goals and create a roadmap for how they’re going to get there. 2. Plan - from here, your tutor can set a realistic timeframe for how often your teen will need tutorials. 3. Put into action - time to think - does this plan match your budget? Does it fit with your family’s schedule? Make any changes you need to make sure you’re comfortable with your teen’s tutoring schedule. Good to know: just one tutorial a week can make a real difference to your teen’s progress in their chosen subject. Interested in finding a tutor? Book a free video meeting with one of our Law A level tutors today to explore what’s out there and get a step closer to finding the perfect tutor.

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