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Hi, I’m Shamona, final year law student at the University of Manchester and a future trainee solicitor at an international law firm in London. At university, I have been the careers officer of the law society and student representative of the law school, and a regular mentor for future law students.
I understand how daunting and ambiguous the LNAT can be, being such a unique exam with little prep material available. When I first started preparing, I didn’t know where to start! Over time, I have developed a formulated approach to breaking down different sections, analysing questions and quickly identifying the correct answer. I have successfully tutored over 15 students to achieve high LNAT scores through a foolproof approach that uses multiple tips and tricks.
I am friendly, responsible and calm. I want to use my experience to help you reach your full potential and do achieve your dream LNAT score!
My name is Jemine Barrow and I’m a Final Year Law Student at the University of Oxford, specifically reading at St Peter’s College. I’m originally from Nigeria, but I have lived and studied in England since 2015.
I got 11A*s and an A at GCSEs and A*AB (Economics, History and English Literature) in my A-Level exams.
I’m also currently a Future Trainee Solicitor. I have accepted a Training Contract from a Top US Law Firm, and I am set to start working with the firm following my graduation from Oxford next year.
The university admissions process can be very difficult, and I am glad that I was able to get through it with great results. I achieved a score of 30/42 in my LNAT, which was 7 marks above the national average, and I got 5/5 offers from the universities that I applied to. I believe that my success in this area will enable me to carefully guide and prepare current applicants towards successful outcomes in this challenging process.
My key strengths are that I am a very driven and focused person. Therefore, I can assure you that I will be highly determined in the course of working with students, and will work extremely hard to ensure that the goals of the students I work with are achieved.
Also, I regard myself as being very personable and having strong interpersonal skills. Resultantly, I am certain that I will be able to communicate effectively with students and put them on the right track to excel in their LNAT, and in Oxbridge interviews.
Additionally, I have strong time-management skills, which have been refined by me previously holding several positions of responsibility whilst balancing my very demanding Oxford degree. Accordingly, I will be able to prioritise tutoring students along with my academic commitments.
I look forward to working with you all soon!
I’m a student at Oxford University, and just finished my first year reading Law. I’ve been tutoring students for almost a year now, and have loved every session. I’m always dedicated to my tutoring not because I’m forced to be, but because I genuinely enjoy watching my students grow over the weeks, get those lightbulb moments, and flourish in exams.
I understand that applying to top universities can be quite a daunting process, just as it was for me. Through tutoring, I hope not only to improve the academic ability of my students, but also to improve their confidence so no option seems unreachable.
I’ve studied Maths, Sciences and Social Sciences all at varying levels, and so my background and areas of teaching are quite varied. Whilst I may be studying law today, just a year ago Maths was by far my best (and favourite) subject, so I’m more than happy teaching any of the subjects listed!
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The National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT) attracts the best and brightest. The key to an exceptional score is dedicated and individualised revision. Our LNAT experts will guide you through the concepts and techniques required to smash Section 1 and 2, while setting homework assignments and monitoring weekly progress to ensure improvement.
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What is the LNAT?
The National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT) is a 2-part admissions aptitude test required by 9 law schools in the UK and abroad including University of Bristol, Durham University, University of Glasgow, King’s College London, University of Nottingham, Oxford University, SOAS, UCL, NUI Maynooth, IE University (Spain), Singapore University of Social Sciences and LSE.
How do you prepare for the LNAT?
Here are some of our top tips for the LNAT:
Familiarise yourself with the test format by attempting the mock papers available online.
Practice providing thoughtful analysis’ of think-pieces in popular newspapers under timed conditions.
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Where do the LNAT lessons take place?
Our LNAT tutors bring the classroom to the comfort of your own home! All our lessons are delivered virtually to allow for a comfortable and flexible learning environment.
In which locations do you provide LNAT courses?
Our LNAT courses are available worldwide! Our LNAT tutors work virtually to bring their trusted services to your home. This is the full list of services we provide in the UK:
LNAT Tutors in London, LNAT Tutors in Newcastle, LNAT Tutors in Oxford, LNAT Tutors in Birmingham, LNAT Tutors in Cambridge, LNAT Tutors in Cardiff, LNAT Tutors in Nottingham, LNAT Tutors in Chelmsford, LNAT Tutors in Belfast, LNAT Tutors in Edinburgh, LNAT Tutors in Glasgow, LNAT Tutors in Manchester, LNAT Tutors in Sheffield, LNAT Tutors in Reading, LNAT Tutors in Bristol, LNAT Tutors in Reading - and much more!
When is the LNAT?
The LNAT can be taken before or after you submit your UCAS application. There are multiple test dates available and the exam can be sat at any of the available slots at your local test centre. Some universities may have a preference for when the exam is taken.
What is a good LNAT score?
The average LNAT score between 2017 and 2020 have ranged between 19.9 and 20.8 out of 42. Scores and essays are judged holistically alongside the rest of your application so there is no official cut-off for the LNAT. However, a score above 27 will lend you the best chances of acceptance to various law schools.
I’m an international student, is that an issue?
Our LNAT tutors come from all across the globe and are passionate about widening access to higher education in the UK regardless of your background. A full list of our international services are:
LNAT Tutors in London, LNAT Tutors in Malaysia, LNAT Tutors in Singapore, LNAT Tutors in India, LNAT Tutors in New Zealand, LNAT Tutors in Canada, LNAT Tutors in America, LNAT Tutors in Dubai, LNAT Tutors in Hong Kong, LNAT Tutors in Melbourne, LNAT Tutors in Sydney - and much more!