I have various experiences of teaching, coaching, tutoring and generally mentoring others. My most recent experience involved consistently and successfully tutoring an A-level law student, and giving in-depth feedback to multiple different students on their personal statements, as well as offering specific advice on entrance exam and interview technique to students applying to Cambridge. Although these experiences are academic, I also have various experiences of coaching and teaching students on a much broader level. The most significant example of this is coaching junior debaters for two years.
My approach to teaching is extremely individualistic. I appreciate the fact that every student has a different way of learning, whether it be visually, orally or by any other means. So my approach to tutoring is understanding what exactly the student would like to get out of tutoring and the best way to engage in the subject with them. An important part of this, is providing very specific feedback. It is very easy for a tutor to give general feedback on a subject matter. It takes much more for a tutor to tailor their feedback specifically to the individual. I prefer the tailored approach.
Cory's last completed
LNAT job with Christine:
1-2 hrs/week - My son is looking to study Law starting Autumn 2020, therefore after taking his AS exams is starting to now focus on preparing for his LNAT exam and hence our reach to yourself
Rufus achieved all grade 9s in his GCSE and on track for A star in A level History and Geography and border A star /A grade for A level Latin, so looking to access a good level University, he is also considering Cambridge
Therefore good result in his LNAT exam is critical
We have done a lot of research in terms of getting him a tutor and we are both aligned with yourself, hence this email
We are thinking he will need initially an hours tuition per week and probably increasing as his exam approaches.
Until school breaks a Tuesday evening would work for us but once he breaks for his summer vacation he could cover weekdays if that suited you too
Therefore we would be appreciative if you could consider this request and advise what you think would work best.
I have 14 YEARS of TEACHING EXPERIENCE. This has encompassed ALL AGES (preschool to adults) and abilities (BEGINNER to POSTGRADUATE). Subjects I've taught are: GCSE & A Level (Music, Business Studies, Media Studies, Maths), British Primary School Curriculum (Maths, English), Admissions Tests (11+, 12+, 13+, 16+, SAT, GRE), American Elementary School Curriculum (Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, etc.), Preschool (Numeracy & Literacy), English proficiency tests (IELTS, TOEFL, Cambridge YLE), Business English, Academic Writing/Composition & Presentations, English Conversation, Grammar, University & Job Applications, Project-Based Learning (PBL), Music Theory & Analysis, Improvisation & Jazz, Saxophone, & Piano. Additionally, I have worked in all kinds of SETTINGS at both public & private primary & secondary schools, universities, adult learning centres, cram schools, businesses, within the home (as a residential home school & a private tutor) and online (to students worldwide). In addition, I have served as the Head of English & PBL at a private elementary & junior high school, as the Academic Director of a test prep centre, and have provided educational consultancy & tutor training to Oxford's oldest tutorial college.
I have over 360 paid hours of experience working on University Preparation and Academic English courses. My experience includes one-on-one personal statement workshops, personal statement writing, interview practice workshops and one-on-one mock interviews.
In addition, I have privately assisted two students recently in editing and refining their personal statements, both of whom received offers from Oxbridge. I also have non-academic mentoring experience in teaching both beginners British Parliamentary debating, and the Level 3 Sports Leadership Award.
I successfully gained offers from 5 top UK Universities (Cambridge, Bristol, Exeter, Nottingham and Birmingham) to study Law via UCAS, including scoring highly in the LNAT. I then completed the University of Cambridge SAQ and a college based law test, to secure a place at Pembroke College, Cambridge.
Beth's last completed LNAT job with Dieter: 1-2 hrs/week - I am looking to prepare for the LNAT. I would like to take it in the middle of October. I am applying to Oxford and need a matching score. And would like to start as soon as possible.