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Hi, I'm Muhammed! I studied Medicine at St. George's, University of London. Throughout my time at Medical School, I have been fortunate to achieve a distinction for my examination results in both first and second year. I specialise in teaching Maths, Chemistry and Biology at both GCSE and A-Level. Previous Experience: I have been a tutor for a number of years in various capacities ranging from helping Year 12 students with AS Chemistry and Biology to teaching first and second year medical students helping them with challenging parts of the course. My 12 A/A*s at GCSE and my 4 As at A-Level have given me the confidence to impart knowledge and skills to achieve top results. Aim of the Sessions: I aim to be as engaging and dynamic as possible. This would involve short conversations before every session to tailor the content of each lesson to what you'd like to help maximise your learning. I endeavour to make the sessions fun and enjoyable to not only help you through your studies but to encourage you every step of the way. By using tools such as past papers and the specifications of the specific exam board you're studying, I hope to utilise all the necessary tools to help you score the highest of marks! I'm applying to medical school - can you help me? Of course! Having been through the process myself, I am familiar with how challenging and difficult it may seem. I hope I can impart some of my experience to helping you throughout the process - whether that be the UKCAT or guiding you through your personal statement and interviews - I hope to help you in whatever way you'd like!

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Hi, I'm Muhammed! I studied Medicine at St. George's, University of London. Throughout my time at Medical School, I have been fortunate to achieve a distinction for my examination results in both first and second year. I specialise in teaching Maths, Chemistry and Biology at both GCSE and A-Level. Previous Experience: I have been a tutor for a number of years in various capacities ranging from helping Year 12 students with AS Chemistry and Biology to teaching first and second year medical students helping them with challenging parts of the course. My 12 A/A*s at GCSE and my 4 As at A-Level have given me the confidence to impart knowledge and skills to achieve top results. Aim of the Sessions: I aim to be as engaging and dynamic as possible. This would involve short conversations before every session to tailor the content of each lesson to what you'd like to help maximise your learning. I endeavour to make the sessions fun and enjoyable to not only help you through your studies but to encourage you every step of the way. By using tools such as past papers and the specifications of the specific exam board you're studying, I hope to utilise all the necessary tools to help you score the highest of marks! I'm applying to medical school - can you help me? Of course! Having been through the process myself, I am familiar with how challenging and difficult it may seem. I hope I can impart some of my experience to helping you throughout the process - whether that be the UKCAT or guiding you through your personal statement and interviews - I hope to help you in whatever way you'd like!

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Samuel M

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My name is Samuel 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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My name is Samuel 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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I am a second year PhD student in the Control System group at the University Of Manchester. I graduated with a first class in Computer Engineering (undergraduate degree) and a distinction in Advanced Control and System Engineering (MSc). I currently work as a graduate teaching assistant (GTA) in addition to my research work at the University of Manchester. I have been a GTA for two years now. I have worked as a lab assistant after my undergraduate studies where I help students with problems they may encounter during the lab sessions. I also worked as a volunteer for a charity to teach less privileged children mathematics and to enthuse them to take up STEM subjects. I am a person that is very patient with people and as such, I take my time to make sure students understand what I teach. I try to understand the strength and weakness of my students and help them to improve on both.

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I am a second year PhD student in the Control System group at the University Of Manchester. I graduated with a first class in Computer Engineering (undergraduate degree) and a distinction in Advanced Control and System Engineering (MSc). I currently work as a graduate teaching assistant (GTA) in addition to my research work at the University of Manchester. I have been a GTA for two years now. I have worked as a lab assistant after my undergraduate studies where I help students with problems they may encounter during the lab sessions. I also worked as a volunteer for a charity to teach less privileged children mathematics and to enthuse them to take up STEM subjects. I am a person that is very patient with people and as such, I take my time to make sure students understand what I teach. I try to understand the strength and weakness of my students and help them to improve on both.

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University Law courses are designed to cater to students who are entirely new to the subject. The degree course, therefore, provides students with a general overview and introduction to the subject before diving into the main content of the course. Over their 3 (or 4) years of study students will study seven core modules which form the key requirements of a qualifying UK Law Degree. The seven core modules are: public law; EU law; constitutional and administrative law; equity and trusts; criminal law; contract law; and land law.

Beyond these core modules, law students will have a choice of elective modules to supplement their studies with. These additional modules are a student’s chance to specialise their knowledge in areas of the law they find the most interesting, thus providing them with the chance to hone their expertise.

Law degree courses are assessed via a combination of methods that will test a variety of the students' skills in addition to their knowledge. Students will sit written exams at the end of each year, undertake assessed written coursework (usually in the form of essays) and complete a dissertation in the final year of their course. Many law courses also require students to deliver presentations or participate in debates on which they are also assessed. The wide range of assessment methods not only helps students to become well-rounded individuals, it also gives all students the chance to be assessed in a way which best reflects their capabilities. For example, students who struggle with the pressure of exams can utilise the coursework and dissertation modules as an opportunity to pick up top marks. Working with a University Law tutor, students can ensure they develop the understanding and assessment techniques required for a first-class degree qualification.

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Studying Law has a host of benefits ranging from personal development to skills acquisition and promising career prospects. Students who are successful in their Law degree emerge with a wealth of subject-specific and general knowledge, a diverse and valuable skill set, a top-class degree qualification and a real sense of self-confidence.

Skills - Law Degree courses require students to cultivate a wide range of skills, both transferable and directly related to the application of the Law. Students will develop a deep and nuanced understanding of the Law, legal structures, human behaviour and how these factors interplay. In order to succeed in this challenging course, students will need excellent memory recall and the ability to retain and apply vast amounts of detailed information. Students will also need to become fast and effective thinkers logically, analytically and creatively. Law graduates will have the ability to construct a rational, informed and persuasive argument as well as building the confidence and charisma to deliver their argument in front of others. Through the course of their study, students will garner excellent research skills alongside top-level time management and organisation. On top of this, students will have excellent communication skills, both written and oral, as well as being practised in working both independently and collaboratively. These diverse and highly regarded skills set students up for a range of potential careers both within the field of Law and beyond.
Beyond University - While many students choose to take a Law degree in order to pursue a legal career, Law graduates have job opportunities well beyond Lawyer, Barrister or Solicitor. With such a wide range of skills and in-depth but broad knowledge, students of Law are attractive candidates for a huge scope of different careers and fields. Law Graduates go on to have successful careers in everything from journalism, diplomacy, production, lecturing or even politics.

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    Hi, I'm Muhammed! I studied Medicine at St. George's, University of London. Throughout my time at Medical School, I have been fortunate to achieve a distinction for my examination results in both first and second year. I specialise in teaching Maths, Chemistry and Biology at both GCSE and A-Level. Previous Experience: I have been a tutor for a number of years in various capacities ranging from helping Year 12 students with AS Chemistry and Biology to teaching first and second year medical students helping them with challenging parts of the course. My 12 A/A*s at GCSE and my 4 As at A-Level have given me the confidence to impart knowledge and skills to achieve top results. Aim of the Sessions: I aim to be as engaging and dynamic as possible. This would involve short conversations before every session to tailor the content of each lesson to what you'd like to help maximise your learning. I endeavour to make the sessions fun and enjoyable to not only help you through your studies but to encourage you every step of the way. By using tools such as past papers and the specifications of the specific exam board you're studying, I hope to utilise all the necessary tools to help you score the highest of marks! I'm applying to medical school - can you help me? Of course! Having been through the process myself, I am familiar with how challenging and difficult it may seem. I hope I can impart some of my experience to helping you throughout the process - whether that be the UKCAT or guiding you through your personal statement and interviews - I hope to help you in whatever way you'd like!

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    Hi, I'm Muhammed! I studied Medicine at St. George's, University of London. Throughout my time at Medical School, I have been fortunate to achieve a distinction for my examination results in both first and second year. I specialise in teaching Maths, Chemistry and Biology at both GCSE and A-Level. Previous Experience: I have been a tutor for a number of years in various capacities ranging from helping Year 12 students with AS Chemistry and Biology to teaching first and second year medical students helping them with challenging parts of the course. My 12 A/A*s at GCSE and my 4 As at A-Level have given me the confidence to impart knowledge and skills to achieve top results. Aim of the Sessions: I aim to be as engaging and dynamic as possible. This would involve short conversations before every session to tailor the content of each lesson to what you'd like to help maximise your learning. I endeavour to make the sessions fun and enjoyable to not only help you through your studies but to encourage you every step of the way. By using tools such as past papers and the specifications of the specific exam board you're studying, I hope to utilise all the necessary tools to help you score the highest of marks! I'm applying to medical school - can you help me? Of course! Having been through the process myself, I am familiar with how challenging and difficult it may seem. I hope I can impart some of my experience to helping you throughout the process - whether that be the UKCAT or guiding you through your personal statement and interviews - I hope to help you in whatever way you'd like!

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    My name is Samuel 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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    My name is Samuel 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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    I am a second year PhD student in the Control System group at the University Of Manchester. I graduated with a first class in Computer Engineering (undergraduate degree) and a distinction in Advanced Control and System Engineering (MSc). I currently work as a graduate teaching assistant (GTA) in addition to my research work at the University of Manchester. I have been a GTA for two years now. I have worked as a lab assistant after my undergraduate studies where I help students with problems they may encounter during the lab sessions. I also worked as a volunteer for a charity to teach less privileged children mathematics and to enthuse them to take up STEM subjects. I am a person that is very patient with people and as such, I take my time to make sure students understand what I teach. I try to understand the strength and weakness of my students and help them to improve on both.

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    University students choose to work with a private University Law tutor for a variety of reasons. Unquestionably one of the degrees most highly esteemed by employers across various industries and fields, Law is a challenging but deeply rewarding subject to study at University. Law Degrees allow students to both acquire the necessary skills and knowledge for a career as a Lawyer, and to pursue their own areas of personal interest within the field. Studying Law also results in students developing a wide range of coveted skills that put them in good stead for success across a wide range of employment options.

    While the benefits of studying Law are ample, it is a notoriously challenging course to succeed in. Many students find the transition to University level study difficult to adjust to which, when coupled with such an intense and complex course, can feel overwhelming. Working with a private University Law tutor enables students to really thrive on this taxing course University tutors are experienced in supporting students through every step of their Degree experience, from teaching effective study skills or exam techniques to translating complex concepts into easy to understand explanations. With the help of a University Law tutor, students are able to make the most of every aspect of their University education as well as reaping the rewards of a top-class Law degree.

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    Tutor House have set the bar when it comes to tuition excellence. Unlike other tutoring organisations, we implement a stringent vetting policy to ensure every tutor is of top quality. We personally interview every prospective tutor to ensure they have what it takes to deliver expert tuition. We also require all our tutors to have a full DBS check, be qualified up to at least degree level and have demonstrable tutoring experience. Many of our University Law tutors are also University Lecturers or Professors, thus providing an unrivalled level of expertise on how to ensure students succeed on their course.

    Our online platform makes finding the tutor that’s right for you easy and hassle-free. By entering a few pieces of key information into our unique tutor search tool, the smart algorithm will identify all the best tutors meeting your unique educational needs. Having found your perfect tutor, they’ll work tirelessly to craft a tuition program that directly meets your learning requirements. Your tutor will take into account your personality, schedule and learning style, as well as identifying any part of the course you are struggling with, to ensure you get the most out of every session. We offer both face-to-face and online tuiton, providing a the flexibility and affordability essential for University students. With expert, personalised tuition from a Tutor House University Law Tutor, you’ll have all the support you need to thrive on your course.

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    Having decided to enlist the help of a private law tutor, the next question to ask yourself is “how can I find a University Law tutor near me”. Luckily, Tutor House have perfected the tutor search process. Whether you are looking for a Law tutor in London or an online Law tutor, simply type in a few pieces of key information and our smart algorithm will match you with the tutors that best meet your needs. Follow these steps and find your perfect Law tutor today:

    • Select your subject (Law) and level (University)
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    • Agree a time and accept your tutor's booking request
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    General information about studying Law at University

    University Law courses are designed to cater to students who are entirely new to the subject. The degree course, therefore, provides students with a general overview and introduction to the subject before diving into the main content of the course. Over their 3 (or 4) years of study students will study seven core modules which form the key requirements of a qualifying UK Law Degree. The seven core modules are: public law; EU law; constitutional and administrative law; equity and trusts; criminal law; contract law; and land law.

    Beyond these core modules, law students will have a choice of elective modules to supplement their studies with. These additional modules are a student’s chance to specialise their knowledge in areas of the law they find the most interesting, thus providing them with the chance to hone their expertise.

    Law degree courses are assessed via a combination of methods that will test a variety of the students' skills in addition to their knowledge. Students will sit written exams at the end of each year, undertake assessed written coursework (usually in the form of essays) and complete a dissertation in the final year of their course. Many law courses also require students to deliver presentations or participate in debates on which they are also assessed. The wide range of assessment methods not only helps students to become well-rounded individuals, it also gives all students the chance to be assessed in a way which best reflects their capabilities. For example, students who struggle with the pressure of exams can utilise the coursework and dissertation modules as an opportunity to pick up top marks. Working with a University Law tutor, students can ensure they develop the understanding and assessment techniques required for a first-class degree qualification.

    Benefits of Studying Law at University

    Studying Law has a host of benefits ranging from personal development to skills acquisition and promising career prospects. Students who are successful in their Law degree emerge with a wealth of subject-specific and general knowledge, a diverse and valuable skill set, a top-class degree qualification and a real sense of self-confidence.

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