My approach to tutoring is to let the student take control. Independent thought is the perfect method to learn- there are many ways to get to the right answer, and I believe that allowing a student to develop their own method is much more beneficial than forcing them to learn my method. Communication shall be key in my lessons. Getting a student to articulate their train of thought and explain to me how they got to their answer makes the learning process much more memorable, rather than simply making inconsequential and indifferent notes on a page. The less I say in a lesson, the better it has gone.
Law (undergraduate and postgraduate) to students at from: King’s College, London; Westminster; SOAS; Bristol; Regent’s; BPP Law School.
A-levels: Politics, History.
GCSE: English, Maths, History.
Common entrance for all subjects. One former student successfully got into Eton College.
Oxford interview preparation.
A Level: Politics A*, General Studies A*, History A, French A
2.1 in Law (Oxford)
‘LLM – London School of Economics' - Distinction
I currently volunteer to mentor young offenders who have shown raw talent in the arts (drama, writing, art etc.) If I am used to these guys, no student will terrify me!