LNAT Tutors

The LNAT (The Law National Aptitude Test) is used by universities to help them select the most suitable students for their law undergraduate courses. The LNAT is designed to test a student’s aptitude skills which are required to study law at university level. It is therefore not a test of a student’s specific law knowledge.

There are two sections to the test, which include multiple choice questions and an essay question. Our tutors can support you through both of these sections so that you feel more confident when you are sitting the paper.

Tavistock Tutors provide experienced LNAT tutors who can help you achieve your goal of getting into a law undergraduate course.

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Emma S

As an individual, I am enthusiastic, determined and a real ‘people person’. Having sat exams every year for the past 8 years, and continuing to do so I feel I am immersed in the challenges of modern academia and this will serve as a real advantage in my approach to my tutees. I think different approaches are required depending on...

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Holly H

Interaction, debate and discussion. Law and the other subjects I teach, are by their very nature, contentious. It is essential to understand the debates inherent in the subject. I believe that with discussion and interaction even the most difficult areas of subjects become understandable. I approach private tuition by confronting the debates and flexibility of perspectives in subjects, allowing students...

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Cara F

I believe communication is key – I will discuss a student’s goals and motivations for tutoring and create lesson plans accordingly. I will check in at the end of each lesson to ensure progress is being made and the student finds the sessions useful. My approach to tutoring Law involves encouraging students to critically engage with the subject and consider each...

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Elin

In short, my tutoring style combines being fun and friendly with being disciplined and effective in my approach. Tutoring does not need to be boring, but it does need be successful. Personally, I believe that the most successful tutors are those who build personal relationships with their students. Taking the time to gauge the characteristics of your student, assessing their strengths...

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Helen M

I have always taken an interest in business, setting up an eBay store at a young age and this inspired me to study business at GCSE, which I had a natural flare for and loved learning about. I continued business on to A-level and also undertook two business modules during my law degree at Durham. I have thoroughly enjoyed tutoring business...

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Kelly T

I passionately believe that tuition should be focused on what the student needs in order to pass the exam/ attain their desired mark for their essay. I always create tuition materials (slides, handouts, activity sheets and essay plans) that are tailored to my student’s exact course syllabus and school/university requirements. I see my role as not only helping my students...

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We spend time carefully finding and interviewing tutors so that you can get the perfect match quickly and easily. However, if you are not 100% satisfied with your tutor, we will find a replacement for free.

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