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Nat Smiljanic A-level Law Tutor (Birmingham)

Nat Smiljanic

  • Birmingham (B4)
  • Last Logged In: 03 Nov 2013
  • Sex: Female

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Welcome to my profile! I tutor in Law (Undergraduate and A Level). I am based in North Birmingham and have over 18 years of experience of teaching students of all ages and backgrounds.
Which subject(s) do you teach?
My specialist areas are A Level Law (all subjects) and Undergraduate Law - Public Law, English Legal System, Criminal Law, Contract Law, Tort, Legal Theory and Human Rights Law. I am also able to tutor in A Level Politics and some Criminology Undergraduate modules.
Tell me about your qualifications.
I have a Law degree from Warwick University and a teaching qualification from Birmingham City University (PG Cert Ed)

I am also an examiner in A Level and GCSE Law.
What kind of experience do you have?
I have taught at many universities, London University (Birkbeck College), Warwick University, Birmingham University, Liverpool JM University and the Open University. I have many years experience of teaching distance learning, via the Open University and also A level Law through videolink. I have taught A Level Law at a number of colleges and Sixth Forms, including revision intensives. I have also been a University Admissions tutor so am able to offer specialist help with applying to universities, including coaching for the LNAT (Law Admissions) test.
How much do you charge?
I charge £25.00 for undergraduate Law tutorials and £20.00 for A level courses. If you would like a tutorial with another student, a discount can be arranged.
Where do you teach?
I teach at home; unfortunately I am not able to travel to see students, but I am easily reached by bus and have a train station near to my home. I live in Great Barr in Birmingham, which is about half an hour on the bus from Birmingham City Centre, close to Walsall, Sutton Coldfield, Erdington and Perry Barr.
When are you available?
I am flexible, please contact me to arrange a suitable time.
Which ages and levels do you teach?
I teach ages from 16 upwards, from A Level to Undergraduate level. I currently teach at University and have equal amounts of lecturing and tutoring experience with A level and Undergraduate students.
Which qualifications do you prepare your students for?
Most of my students are studying Law (whether A Level or Undergraduate) and I also have a lot of queries for help with University admissions for Law.
Do you have an up-to-date DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service, formerly CRB) Certificate?
Yes: from July 2013.
Describe your arrangements for online tutoring.
I am able to tutor via email, whether it is proof reading an essay or starting one from the beginning, or some research advice. I can also tutor via MSN if appropriate, and also via telephone or Skype (webcam or voice only).
Tell me about some of your current students.
I teach students from various backgrounds, from A level to those studying for a Law degree. I see mostly students who study at colleges or universities in Birmingham or who live in Birmingham and see me when they are back at home. I also have a number of students who are studying for a Law degree through distance learning and need academic as well as support for their studies as it can be a lonely way to study! I find that all of my students are very hard working but can lack confidence as Law is a difficult subject. I see my role as trying to demystify Law and make it as accessible as possible, also to help students feel more confident as I think everyone is in the same boat when it comes to studying Law - it isn't an easy subject!
Do you have a personal message for students?
I really look forward to hearing from you and being able to help you with your studies - whether you have an essay that needs proof reading or a long essay which requires in depth research, I hope I can help you!