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We provide face-to-face LNAT tuition in London and online LNAT tutors worldwide.
Our LNAT tutors are hand-picked from the best universities and rigorously interviewed.
They work with students and professionals at all levels – from beginner to advanced – from all over the world.
Contact us for a free initial consultation and we will find you an expert LNAT tutor tailored to your exact needs.
We have a Not Happy? No Charge policy on your first tutorial.
LNAT tutoring rates start from £100 per hour – our pricing is transparent with no hidden costs.
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Our Top LNAT Tutors
PhD in criminology and social psychology, Oxford graduate, fully qualified barrister, and extensive experience in social research and public policy.
- University of Oxford
- University of Edinburgh
- University of Kent
I have a background in law, social policy, sociology, social psychology and criminology. However, I also support a range of subject areas and currently teach a numeracy and computer skills course, as well as tutoring social work, business, and law/social science students.
- academic tutoring and skills development, including essay writing, engaging with subject matter, and how to form arguments
- dissertation/coursework support from inception to completion
- holistic support, addressing any aspect of a student's life so that they are better able to focus on their studies
- career and future planning
I have a strong academic background and an in-depth knowledge of universities and what it takes to perform academically. I help my students to succeed on their own merit and to develop transferable skills such as writing and critical thinking. I work holistically with each student so that they can bring any aspect of their lives to the tutoring sessions to be addressed. This provides a confidential space and has a wider focus than more conventional forms of tutoring. My sessions are designed to support, challenge, inspire, and build confidence.
First Class Law graduate from Cambridge University and qualified solicitor (corporate law with five years of experience at a leading US law firm).
- University of Law
- University of Cambridge
I am a qualified solicitor, specialising in the field of corporate tax. I studied Law at Cambridge University, graduated with a triple First Class degree and was named ‘Cambridge Law Student of the Year' in recognition of academic excellence.
I am also passionate about wellness, and I am a qualified Pilates, yoga and meditation teacher. My first book was published by The Law Society in 2019. My second book will be published by Practical Inspiration Titles in 2021.
Very happy as son got first choice uni. Really pleased with maths tutor Steve. Taught syllabus well and created excitement about maths. Very professional all round. Would definitely use The Profs again. Ms E. Williams
How Expert LNAT Tutoring Can Help You
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How can I improve my LNAT essay?
- Practice! The more you write, the easier it will be to develop ideas and organise your thoughts. Also, make sure you time yourself to get a sense of how long it takes you to write a decent essay.
- Plan! This includes coming up with an argumentative thesis statement and developing an outline for your essay. The clearer your thinking is before you start writing, the smoother the process will be.
- Don’t panic! If you don’t know how to answer a particular question or if you’re struggling to find evidence to support your argument, take some time out and come back later. Rushing through the essay won’t benefit and will likely lead to mistakes.
- Pick a side and stick to it. The essay question usually asks your opinion on a particular topic, so make sure you pick a side and argue your point convincingly.
- Be careful and proofread. It’s essential to make sure your essay is error-free, both in terms of grammar and spelling mistakes. Reading it through several times before submitting it is always advisable.