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Lucy W.

East Anglia - Law LLB (Masters)

I was born in Germany and have lived in countries such as Brunei; The Falkland Islands; England and the UAE. I love living abroad and I think this has helped give me a better understanding of different cultures and is what makes me enjoy learning ...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

4 reviews

65 lessons

Lucy W.

East Anglia - Law LLB (Masters)

I was born in Germany and have lived in countries such as Brunei; The Falkland Islands; England and the UAE. I love living abroad and I think this has helped give me a better understanding of different cultures and is what makes me enjoy learning ...

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Shivali S.

Bristol - Solicitors Qualificatory Exams (LLM SQE1&2) (Masters)

I'm Shivali, a University of Bristol graduate from London. Welcome to my profile!

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

26 reviews

470 lessons

Shivali S.

Bristol - Solicitors Qualificatory Exams (LLM SQE1&2) (Masters)

I'm Shivali, a University of Bristol graduate from London. Welcome to my profile!

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Mya P.

Leicester - Law with Politics (Bachelors)

A final year Law with Politics LLB student and an experienced tutor that gets results - keen to deliver, and encourage positive learning that's best for you :)

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

22 reviews

151 lessons

Mya P.

Leicester - Law with Politics (Bachelors)

A final year Law with Politics LLB student and an experienced tutor that gets results - keen to deliver, and encourage positive learning that's best for you :)

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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

319 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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Katie K.

Durham - Law (Bachelors)

I am a third year law student who tutors humanity subjects. I am passionate about my studies, and I hope to help develop students grades and their confidence!

£22-£27

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Star 5 / 5

1 reviews

184 lessons

Katie K.

Durham - Law (Bachelors)

I am a third year law student who tutors humanity subjects. I am passionate about my studies, and I hope to help develop students grades and their confidence!

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Helin E.

Imperial College London - Medicine (Bachelors)

I am Helin and I am a final year medical student.I believe reaching your maximum potential at GCSE's can be the building blocks of a successful academic future. This may sometimes require additional support, which I would love to provide. I am...

£47-£49

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Star 5 / 5

3 reviews

128 lessons

Helin E.

Imperial College London - Medicine (Bachelors)

I am Helin and I am a final year medical student.I believe reaching your maximum potential at GCSE's can be the building blocks of a successful academic future. This may sometimes require additional support, which I would love to provide. I am...

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How much does a Law GCSE tutor cost? Price is a big part of finding the perfect Law GCSE tutor for your teen. That’s why our prices start from just £22/hr with no added costs. Looking for exam prep tutorials, or maybe regular help during the school year? There’s no minimum contract, so you can book as many (or as few) as your teen needs. What jobs can I get with Law GCSE? Law is a key element across all businesses, so your teen will have to narrow down their opportunities. Following a path in Law can lead to some dynamic industries, such as Tech or Finance, where your teen will be able to grow and develop their skills. It’s a good idea to look at a range of roles to see what might feel right. There’s a lot of roles out there that your teen might not know about, so keeping their search broad is key from the start. Let’s look at some roles your teen can explore to kick start their career search: - Patent attorney - Trading standards officer - Crown prosecutor - Data analyst-statistician - Forensic computer analyst - Human resources officer - Magistrate - Corporate responsibility and sustainability practitioner - Scenes of crime officer - Accounting technician How to find the right Law GCSE tutor? Finding the perfect Law GCSE tutor might feel like a challenge, but we can make it happen. How do you know when you’ve found what you’re looking for? Ask your teen what they’re looking for in a tutor, what they’d like to achieve and the skills they want to develop - pinpointing the type of tutor you’re looking for will help you to know when you’ve found the right match. A few things to bear in mind when searching for a tutor: - Academic fit - do they have the right experience? Are you looking for a tutor who can produce homework and regular assessments, can your tutor deliver on this? - Personality match - will they get on well with your teen and be able to communicate effectively? Real results often come from excellent communication. - Availability - does your schedule match with theirs? Can they provide tutorials when you need them, or are they flexible? Great! What can I do next? Book a free video meeting with one of our excellent Law GCSE tutors and start your journey with online tutoring today.

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