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Francesco P

£40/hour

New

10 years

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I had 10 years of experience of math private tuition. I help a lot of students to improve their grades and understand better the mathematics. I always try to clarify their doubt and coach them to be autonomous in solving problems.

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Francesco P

£40/hour

New

10 years

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I had 10 years of experience of math private tuition. I help a lot of students to improve their grades and understand better the mathematics. I always try to clarify their doubt and coach them to be autonomous in solving problems.

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Stefano A

£30/hour

New

5 years

Approved Teacher

I have been teaching privately mathematics and physics through all my student career. My studies help me to impart knowledge in a more enthusiastic, clearer and convincing way, with the ability to better relate scientific/mathematical concepts to everyday life and to the various aspect for which they are taught. I have a passion for the subjects that I teach and I try to enthuse my students too. I have a genuine interest in the needs and aspirations of students and I use a wide range of delivery methods. All the lessons are planned to adapt teaching materials to the specific learning styles of every individual. Different students learn differently and it's important for me to identify their own unique learning style, not only to maximise,but also to motivate them to learn. Hence, all the lessons are planned to adapt teaching materials to the specific learning styles of every individual. My final aim lies in making students work independently in the long run without the need of a tutor. Levels covered include: A-Level (AS, A2: Edexcel, OCR, AQA, WJEC) GCSE/IGCSE (Edexcel, OCR, AQA, WJEC), common Entrance (Maths, physics/science, non-verbal reasoning: 13+ and 11+), entrance and scholarship exams, undergraduate and postgraduate level.

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Stefano A

£30/hour

New

5 years

Approved Teacher

I have been teaching privately mathematics and physics through all my student career. My studies help me to impart knowledge in a more enthusiastic, clearer and convincing way, with the ability to better relate scientific/mathematical concepts to everyday life and to the various aspect for which they are taught. I have a passion for the subjects that I teach and I try to enthuse my students too. I have a genuine interest in the needs and aspirations of students and I use a wide range of delivery methods. All the lessons are planned to adapt teaching materials to the specific learning styles of every individual. Different students learn differently and it's important for me to identify their own unique learning style, not only to maximise,but also to motivate them to learn. Hence, all the lessons are planned to adapt teaching materials to the specific learning styles of every individual. My final aim lies in making students work independently in the long run without the need of a tutor. Levels covered include: A-Level (AS, A2: Edexcel, OCR, AQA, WJEC) GCSE/IGCSE (Edexcel, OCR, AQA, WJEC), common Entrance (Maths, physics/science, non-verbal reasoning: 13+ and 11+), entrance and scholarship exams, undergraduate and postgraduate level.

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Samuel M

£50/hour

New

14 years

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My name is Samuel Mumba and I graduated from Cambridge University in 2007 with a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Electrical and Electronic engineering. In addition to this, I hold a Professional Tutoring Certificate (Distinction awarded) and I am a fully qualified teacher too. I have a passion for teaching/tutoring Mathematics and Sciences (mostly Physics, Chemistry and Biology) to GCSE and A-level students. I have mentored and tutored students from an assorted array of backgrounds since 2002, helping some to get to Oxbridge and Ivy League universities and helping them with interview preparations when requested. My teaching journey started in 2002 when I took a year out working as an assistant/support teacher actively involved in mentoring, lesson planning and marking. I take pride in having been commended for my teaching style where I always ensure to explain everything in the simplest of manners and take an approach that most suits the student to bring out their best effort. After graduating from Cambridge, I went on to seek professional employment as a graduate engineer but never left my passion for teaching. I therefore volunteered as a STEM ambassador where I shared my passion for Science and Mathematics to students from various backgrounds. I continue to take utmost joy and pleasure in tutoring and helping students attain their full potential; and in this regard, I can assure any prospective students that they’ll be getting the most out of their time and money whilst paving way for a bright future.

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Samuel M

£50/hour

New

14 years

Approved Teacher

My name is Samuel Mumba and I graduated from Cambridge University in 2007 with a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Electrical and Electronic engineering. In addition to this, I hold a Professional Tutoring Certificate (Distinction awarded) and I am a fully qualified teacher too. I have a passion for teaching/tutoring Mathematics and Sciences (mostly Physics, Chemistry and Biology) to GCSE and A-level students. I have mentored and tutored students from an assorted array of backgrounds since 2002, helping some to get to Oxbridge and Ivy League universities and helping them with interview preparations when requested. My teaching journey started in 2002 when I took a year out working as an assistant/support teacher actively involved in mentoring, lesson planning and marking. I take pride in having been commended for my teaching style where I always ensure to explain everything in the simplest of manners and take an approach that most suits the student to bring out their best effort. After graduating from Cambridge, I went on to seek professional employment as a graduate engineer but never left my passion for teaching. I therefore volunteered as a STEM ambassador where I shared my passion for Science and Mathematics to students from various backgrounds. I continue to take utmost joy and pleasure in tutoring and helping students attain their full potential; and in this regard, I can assure any prospective students that they’ll be getting the most out of their time and money whilst paving way for a bright future.

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A-Level Law tuition

Law is a fantastically interesting, versatile and applicable course for students to study at A-level. Students wishing to pursue a career in the field will find the course a perfect introduction to the knowledge and skills they will require further on. However, even students looking at other career paths will find the course both fascinating and highly pertinent to both their academic studies and real life. The law and legal systems in which we live have a profound impact on both our lives as individuals and the society in which we live. By understanding both UK Law and International Law, students will gain an awareness of their rights and responsibilities, as well as the processes and systems that govern their daily lives. Students will also gain valuable skills particularly in regards to logical and critical thinking, arguing effectively, and communicating in a clear and engaging manner.

Law is undoubtedly a top A-level for students to choose, whether or not they see a future career in the field. However, succeeding in achieving a top Law A-level grade is extremely difficult. Students are required to absorb a vast quantity of knowledge ranging from theoretical concepts to numerous case studies. They will not only need to recall this information but also analyse, critique and apply their knowledge along with their own ideas to a variety of potential situations and legal problems. Given the skills and understanding required to excel in A-level Law, the support of a private A-level Law tutor can prove fundamental. A private tutor can identify and fill any holes in the students understanding, nurture their skills and provide them with the techniques and confidence to thrive on the course.

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Tutor House only employ private Law tutors who are at the top of their field and experienced tutoring the A-Level Law syllabus. All our tutors are qualified to degree level and have a full DBS check. We also personally interview each and every one of our law tutors to ensure they have the knowledge, experience and enthusiasm to deliver top quality tuition. Our A-level Law tutors are skilled in teaching the A-level Law curriculum for all of the major exam boards including AQA, Edexcel and OCR. As a result, tutors can deliver specialist law tuition that hits all of the course specifications as well as developing specific revision that targets the exam style, marking criteria and format of whichever exam board a student is studying with.

Not only do Tutor House A-level Law tutors know the A-level Law course inside and out, they are also passionate about delivering a personalised tuition service that treats each student as the unique individual they are. Our tutors will take into account the ability, learning style and personality of the student as well as identifying any areas of the A-level Law course they may be struggling with. Tutors then tailor each tutoring session to meet a student’s personal and academic needs, allowing them to get the most out of each lesson and flourish in their course.

Tutor House also recognise that A-level students work to a busy and often very disjointed timetable, with social, work and study commitments making it difficult to find the time for that vital tutor support. Fortunately, our tutors offer a range of flexible tuition options, including choosing between face-to-face tuition with Law tutors in London or working with a Law tutor online. There are specialist Law tutors in London and across the UK that can offer A-Level Law tuition at a rate and time to suit your schedule - as well as your wallet! For the very best quality A-level Law tuition at home or online, find your private law tutor with Tutor House.

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A-Level Law Course Breakdown

At A-level students study a number of different modules over the course of 2 years. The exact content and structure of the Law A-level modules vary slightly across the different exam boards. However, all A-level courses cover some variation of the following topics:

  • The Nature of Law: covering the relationship and role of Law in society such as how it relates to justice and morality. Students will cover concepts like “Parliamentary Sovereignty” and “the Rule of Law”.
  • The English and EU legal system: including how laws are made and upheld as well as understanding key legal institutions and key personnel such as judges, lawyers etc
  • Criminal Law
  • Tort Law

Depending on the A-level exam board, a students course may also include studying, understanding and analysing the following topics:

  • The Law of Contract
  • Human Rights
  • The American Legal system.

The A-level Law course has an entirely exam based assessment process with no coursework. Students will need to sit either 2, 3 or 4 written exams, depending on the exam board. The exams will pose a variety of questions which assess a students knowledge of the legal topics covered in the course as well as their ability to think critically, apply legal principles to case studies and construct logical, balanced arguments.

Benefits of studying Law at A-Level

Studying Law at A-level provides students with fantastic opportunities going forward in their respective careers, both inside and outside of the educational process. Aside from the academic and employment prospects, studying Law also grants students with a range of applicable, transferable and highly valuable skills that will benefit them in their everyday lives as well as in their academic endeavours and career.

Skills - Studying A-level Law gives students a strong understanding of the English legal system, how it is structured and enforced as well as specific areas of the law. This provides students with a good understanding of how society is structured, their legal rights and responsibilities and how to navigate the legal system - all information that can come in very useful at various stages of a students life.

Law students also develop very strong written communication and research skills. In particular, The Law A-level cultivates a student’s ability to construct balanced arguments based on information and present their ideas in a coherent, engaging and logical manner. The course engages students in real life challenges via case studies and theoretical questions, requiring them to apply their knowledge of the law to facts and scenarios. As a result, students develop top critical thinking, analytical and problem-solving skills which prove beneficial in both their studies and everyday life.
University - A good Law A-level sets students up for a variety of courses at top UK Universities. While many students use their Law degree to go on and study Law at University, there are a number of other courses where a top Law A-level makes students a coveted candidate. Students often decide to take a joint-honours, combining Law with subjects such as economics, business, criminology, sociology or a foreign language. Equally, A-Level Law is a useful qualification for students looking to study a number of alternative subjects at University including English, History, Geography, Sociology and Politics.

For many students, the study of A-level Law was intended to set them up for a career in the field. A top A-level Law grade not only demonstrates a student’s passion for Law, it also covers the basic principles of the subject in significant detail. With their A-level Law studies having cemented their foundational knowledge, students are able to dive into the university course with confidence.

Top universities to study a Law degree:
  • Cambridge University
  • Glasgow University
  • Oxford University
  • London School of Economics (LSE)
  • Aberdeen University
  • University College London (UCL)
  • Careers - Studying an A-level in Law provides students with knowledge, skills and insights that hold them in good stead for a number of jobs either immediately after college or following a University degree.

    There are also a number of legal apprenticeships open to successful A-level Law students where they can train to be a legal advisor, legal assistant or paralegal officer. Students that go on to study Law at University have even more apprenticeship options including apprenticing as a trainee solicitor, chartered legal executive, licenced conveyancer, conveyance technician or senior claims handler.

    Beyond apprenticeships, students who study a Law A-level, particularly if followed by a Law degree or joint honours, open the door to hundreds of highly lucrative career options. Some of the most popular careers for A-Level Law and Law degree graduates include:
  • Accountant
  • Attorney
  • Barrister
  • Clerk
  • Crown prosecutor
  • Journalist/reporter
  • Legal Advisor
  • Patent attorney
  • Solicitor
  • Trading standards officer
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    Looking for an A-Level Law tutor? We can help

    Wondering “where can I find an A-level Law tutor near me?” Tutor House work with the best Law tutors offering specialist A-level Law tuition to help students get top results.

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    Francesco P

    £40/hour

    New

    10 years

    Approved Teacher

    I had 10 years of experience of math private tuition. I help a lot of students to improve their grades and understand better the mathematics. I always try to clarify their doubt and coach them to be autonomous in solving problems.

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    Francesco P

    £40/hour

    New

    10 years

    Approved Teacher

    I had 10 years of experience of math private tuition. I help a lot of students to improve their grades and understand better the mathematics. I always try to clarify their doubt and coach them to be autonomous in solving problems.

    View Profile

    Stefano A

    £30/hour

    New

    5 years

    Approved Teacher

    I have been teaching privately mathematics and physics through all my student career. My studies help me to impart knowledge in a more enthusiastic, clearer and convincing way, with the ability to better relate scientific/mathematical concepts to everyday life and to the various aspect for which they are taught. I have a passion for the subjects that I teach and I try to enthuse my students too. I have a genuine interest in the needs and aspirations of students and I use a wide range of delivery methods. All the lessons are planned to adapt teaching materials to the specific learning styles of every individual. Different students learn differently and it's important for me to identify their own unique learning style, not only to maximise,but also to motivate them to learn. Hence, all the lessons are planned to adapt teaching materials to the specific learning styles of every individual. My final aim lies in making students work independently in the long run without the need of a tutor. Levels covered include: A-Level (AS, A2: Edexcel, OCR, AQA, WJEC) GCSE/IGCSE (Edexcel, OCR, AQA, WJEC), common Entrance (Maths, physics/science, non-verbal reasoning: 13+ and 11+), entrance and scholarship exams, undergraduate and postgraduate level.

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    Stefano A

    £30/hour

    New

    5 years

    Approved Teacher

    I have been teaching privately mathematics and physics through all my student career. My studies help me to impart knowledge in a more enthusiastic, clearer and convincing way, with the ability to better relate scientific/mathematical concepts to everyday life and to the various aspect for which they are taught. I have a passion for the subjects that I teach and I try to enthuse my students too. I have a genuine interest in the needs and aspirations of students and I use a wide range of delivery methods. All the lessons are planned to adapt teaching materials to the specific learning styles of every individual. Different students learn differently and it's important for me to identify their own unique learning style, not only to maximise,but also to motivate them to learn. Hence, all the lessons are planned to adapt teaching materials to the specific learning styles of every individual. My final aim lies in making students work independently in the long run without the need of a tutor. Levels covered include: A-Level (AS, A2: Edexcel, OCR, AQA, WJEC) GCSE/IGCSE (Edexcel, OCR, AQA, WJEC), common Entrance (Maths, physics/science, non-verbal reasoning: 13+ and 11+), entrance and scholarship exams, undergraduate and postgraduate level.

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    Samuel M

    £50/hour

    New

    14 years

    Approved Teacher

    My name is Samuel Mumba and I graduated from Cambridge University in 2007 with a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Electrical and Electronic engineering. In addition to this, I hold a Professional Tutoring Certificate (Distinction awarded) and I am a fully qualified teacher too. I have a passion for teaching/tutoring Mathematics and Sciences (mostly Physics, Chemistry and Biology) to GCSE and A-level students. I have mentored and tutored students from an assorted array of backgrounds since 2002, helping some to get to Oxbridge and Ivy League universities and helping them with interview preparations when requested. My teaching journey started in 2002 when I took a year out working as an assistant/support teacher actively involved in mentoring, lesson planning and marking. I take pride in having been commended for my teaching style where I always ensure to explain everything in the simplest of manners and take an approach that most suits the student to bring out their best effort. After graduating from Cambridge, I went on to seek professional employment as a graduate engineer but never left my passion for teaching. I therefore volunteered as a STEM ambassador where I shared my passion for Science and Mathematics to students from various backgrounds. I continue to take utmost joy and pleasure in tutoring and helping students attain their full potential; and in this regard, I can assure any prospective students that they’ll be getting the most out of their time and money whilst paving way for a bright future.

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    Samuel M

    £50/hour

    New

    14 years

    Approved Teacher

    My name is Samuel Mumba and I graduated from Cambridge University in 2007 with a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Electrical and Electronic engineering. In addition to this, I hold a Professional Tutoring Certificate (Distinction awarded) and I am a fully qualified teacher too. I have a passion for teaching/tutoring Mathematics and Sciences (mostly Physics, Chemistry and Biology) to GCSE and A-level students. I have mentored and tutored students from an assorted array of backgrounds since 2002, helping some to get to Oxbridge and Ivy League universities and helping them with interview preparations when requested. My teaching journey started in 2002 when I took a year out working as an assistant/support teacher actively involved in mentoring, lesson planning and marking. I take pride in having been commended for my teaching style where I always ensure to explain everything in the simplest of manners and take an approach that most suits the student to bring out their best effort. After graduating from Cambridge, I went on to seek professional employment as a graduate engineer but never left my passion for teaching. I therefore volunteered as a STEM ambassador where I shared my passion for Science and Mathematics to students from various backgrounds. I continue to take utmost joy and pleasure in tutoring and helping students attain their full potential; and in this regard, I can assure any prospective students that they’ll be getting the most out of their time and money whilst paving way for a bright future.

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    A-Level Law tuition

    Law is a fantastically interesting, versatile and applicable course for students to study at A-level. Students wishing to pursue a career in the field will find the course a perfect introduction to the knowledge and skills they will require further on. However, even students looking at other career paths will find the course both fascinating and highly pertinent to both their academic studies and real life. The law and legal systems in which we live have a profound impact on both our lives as individuals and the society in which we live. By understanding both UK Law and International Law, students will gain an awareness of their rights and responsibilities, as well as the processes and systems that govern their daily lives. Students will also gain valuable skills particularly in regards to logical and critical thinking, arguing effectively, and communicating in a clear and engaging manner.

    Law is undoubtedly a top A-level for students to choose, whether or not they see a future career in the field. However, succeeding in achieving a top Law A-level grade is extremely difficult. Students are required to absorb a vast quantity of knowledge ranging from theoretical concepts to numerous case studies. They will not only need to recall this information but also analyse, critique and apply their knowledge along with their own ideas to a variety of potential situations and legal problems. Given the skills and understanding required to excel in A-level Law, the support of a private A-level Law tutor can prove fundamental. A private tutor can identify and fill any holes in the students understanding, nurture their skills and provide them with the techniques and confidence to thrive on the course.

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    Why find your A-level Law tutor with Tutor House?

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    Tutor House only employ private Law tutors who are at the top of their field and experienced tutoring the A-Level Law syllabus. All our tutors are qualified to degree level and have a full DBS check. We also personally interview each and every one of our law tutors to ensure they have the knowledge, experience and enthusiasm to deliver top quality tuition. Our A-level Law tutors are skilled in teaching the A-level Law curriculum for all of the major exam boards including AQA, Edexcel and OCR. As a result, tutors can deliver specialist law tuition that hits all of the course specifications as well as developing specific revision that targets the exam style, marking criteria and format of whichever exam board a student is studying with.

    Not only do Tutor House A-level Law tutors know the A-level Law course inside and out, they are also passionate about delivering a personalised tuition service that treats each student as the unique individual they are. Our tutors will take into account the ability, learning style and personality of the student as well as identifying any areas of the A-level Law course they may be struggling with. Tutors then tailor each tutoring session to meet a student’s personal and academic needs, allowing them to get the most out of each lesson and flourish in their course.

    Tutor House also recognise that A-level students work to a busy and often very disjointed timetable, with social, work and study commitments making it difficult to find the time for that vital tutor support. Fortunately, our tutors offer a range of flexible tuition options, including choosing between face-to-face tuition with Law tutors in London or working with a Law tutor online. There are specialist Law tutors in London and across the UK that can offer A-Level Law tuition at a rate and time to suit your schedule - as well as your wallet! For the very best quality A-level Law tuition at home or online, find your private law tutor with Tutor House.

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    Having understood the huge benefits of working with a private law tutor, the next question is always “how can I find an A-level Law tutor near me?”. Rather than endlessly typing “law tutor London” into Google, head straight to the Tutor House search platform and find your perfect tutor in minutes. Simply enter a few key pieces of information and our smart search algorithm will provide you with the best A-level Law tutors in your local area. Follow these easy steps and start your journey to academic success.

    • Select your subject (Law) and level (A-level)
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    A-Level Law Course Breakdown

    At A-level students study a number of different modules over the course of 2 years. The exact content and structure of the Law A-level modules vary slightly across the different exam boards. However, all A-level courses cover some variation of the following topics:

    • The Nature of Law: covering the relationship and role of Law in society such as how it relates to justice and morality. Students will cover concepts like “Parliamentary Sovereignty” and “the Rule of Law”.
    • The English and EU legal system: including how laws are made and upheld as well as understanding key legal institutions and key personnel such as judges, lawyers etc
    • Criminal Law
    • Tort Law

    Depending on the A-level exam board, a students course may also include studying, understanding and analysing the following topics:

    • The Law of Contract
    • Human Rights
    • The American Legal system.

    The A-level Law course has an entirely exam based assessment process with no coursework. Students will need to sit either 2, 3 or 4 written exams, depending on the exam board. The exams will pose a variety of questions which assess a students knowledge of the legal topics covered in the course as well as their ability to think critically, apply legal principles to case studies and construct logical, balanced arguments.

    Benefits of studying Law at A-Level

    Studying Law at A-level provides students with fantastic opportunities going forward in their respective careers, both inside and outside of the educational process. Aside from the academic and employment prospects, studying Law also grants students with a range of applicable, transferable and highly valuable skills that will benefit them in their everyday lives as well as in their academic endeavours and career.

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