After successfully passing the LL.B (Hons), I pursued the intensive postgraduate degree in Law, namely Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC) from City Law School, City University of London, where I achieved a mark of 'VC' (greater than 70%). To add extra credit, I had previously completed the Diploma-in-Law from University of London. In my earlier academic years, I completed my O'Levels and A'Levels with 8 As and 3 A*s & 1 A respectively. As a student, I had to start from the low ranks and scale up to the higher ones myself. Thus, I am very familiar with the obstacles and hurdles that a student may face and very well know on how to counter those problems. I am capable of pointing out the weak points in a student and then, working with the student to fill those gaps. I am quite friendly and engaging and therefore encourage continuous communication, discussion and participation.
Availability: Weekends and Weekdays Afternoon onwards
Willing to travel: Home Only
Worked as a Teacher’s Assistant at a tuition provider named 'World Education' for 2 years from June 2012 to August 2014. I taught Law, Mathematics and Accounting to students sitting for their GCSE and GCE. I was primarily involved in teaching students who needed extra attention after class. I also prepared mock exam papers for these subjects. Subsequently, I provided lessons in Law to students sitting for their GCE A Levels for more than 4 years from 2012 to 2016. It involved explaining legal concepts, discussing each topic, brainstorming, solving problem and essay questions, question-solving, preparing students for their exams and taking tests. These lessons were all taught at home. From mid 2016 to present times, I have majorly focused my lessons on Law both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels including BPTC. Apart from providing knowledge-based lessons, I help students with their assignments, coursework and dissertation. I also assist students in their application for pursuing law at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.