I am a recent law graduate, having just completed the Bar Professional Training Course (“BPTC”) at City, University of London with an overall grade of Very Competent. Prior to the BPTC, I graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science (which is consistently ranked amongst the top five law schools in the UK and top ten in the world) with a 2:1 in LLB in Laws.
I have an excellent command of English not only because I spent four years living in the UK but also because I studied law, which is a linguistic subject. Law is concerned with semantics, requiring utmost precise usage of words, impeccable grammar and the correct syntax. As a result, during the four years of my legal education, I picked up numerous skills and tips which I am eager to share with students to help them become more confident with using English.
I offer a targeted approach when tutoring my students. To put it simply, I help them explore the areas in which they need help and focus our efforts—the student’s and mine—on these areas. I also adopt a contextual and holistic approach when tutoring. This means I do not teach grammar by forced memorisation but by helping students understand the rules and effectively integrate them into their speech or writing.
My experience with tutoring came from the time I volunteered as a tutor with LSE Widening Participation to give free tuition to GCSE students of the marginalised communities.
Education and Certificates
- Bar Professional Training Course
City, University of London , 2020
- Std 1-6 (UPSR) — Bahasa Inggeris / English
- Form 1-3 (PT3) — Bahasa Inggeris / English
- Form 4-5 (SPM) — Bahasa Inggeris / English
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