I tend to base my teaching around the syllabus of which I will require from your child. We will take topic by topic incorporating class notes, notes of my own and other resources I would recommend. In addition to this I will help my students by providing tips and organisational techniques that will guarantee you a more structured approach toward exams.
I am a strong academic performer who has acted as an academic mentor previously to those in younger years during school. I have excelled in academic qualifications and have volunteered reading Shakespeare to you adults. I took English Literature, Philosophy & Ethics, History and an EPQ at A level and would be more than happy to teach in all the subjects listed as well as teaching things about exam preparation and helpful organisational tips and tricks to make revision more efficient and effective.
Prospective Students and/or Student's parents may ask for a copy of my actual CV, I encourage them to do so with any tutor.
I'm just going into my second year of my Law Degree at University College London, I am 20 years old, having taken a gap year.
During my year off, I shadowed a barrister in Consulegis Abogados, a prestigious law firm in Ecuador. It was a good opportunity to get a sense of the working environment and the sort of tasks he had to deal with on a day to day basis. I was privileged with listening to conference calls between the Barrister and other lawyers from firm Coffee Burlington, Miami on a multi-jurisdictional family law case. Despite the fact that this placement was before my degree, I still feel as though I gained a lot of experience in regard to a working environment and how associates and barristers work together in cases to achieve a result.
Outside of university I am a member of the competitive debating society, meeting weekly to prepare arguments on topical issues law-related, political and social. This allows me to keep an awareness of wider global issues.
In addition to this I recently participated in a debating competition alongside a partner and succeeded through to the quarter finals. Debating on topical issues such as the Harvey Weinstein allegations, relationship between the media and terrorism, and the role of medical professionals and parents in regard to decisions about terminally ill children. Not only does this force you to have a concept of current affairs and commercial awareness but it builds argumentative skills and processing skills. It forced me to be more analytical and to identify faults in the other team’s arguments.
I additionally entered the CMS Negotiations competition which helped me develop and learn legally relevant skills that could be applicable in a workplace environment. The negotiations competition consists of each side being briefed on the desires and aims of their respective clients, to be achieved through negotiating a contract that benefits both parties. Success is measured on what is; achieved, conceded, the conduct of the parties and so on. The whole experience developed useful skills in bargaining and negotiating that seem to relate well to professional interactions and working to a client’s demands.
In Sixth form I participated in Enterprise Skills and Challenge as Managing Director, this taught me a great deal about commercial awareness, creating an idea of existing gaps in the market and general ideas on supply and demand. The competition allowed me to develop my personal negotiation skills through having to book venues and stalls for our trade fairs and talk to people daily about the products on offer to them. Our company B-Co, managed to win 6 awards on the final awards night including Best Report. I was particularly proud of this achievement as one job of the Managing Director was to track progress throughout the competition and produce the information in a concise and clear manner showcasing our team’s efforts. This experience taught me the importance of utilising peers’ individual talents and all working towards a particular brief or directing our marketing toward a particular cliental.
SKILLS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
GCSES; 9 A*-A
A Levels; A*AA (additional A* in my EPQ)
Sports Leaders Award Level 1.
Lamda Dance Exams Grade 1,3,5 all at distinction or above
Lamda Drama Exams Grades 1, 3, 5 all at distinction or above.
Microsoft Qualification in Excel, Word, and Publisher.
Best Report from Enterprise Skills Challenge, following my position as a Managing Director.
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