1) one-to-one conversation. Absence of students in a two digit number makes it possible to get a chance of personal interaction.
2) understanding the mind set so that the basic difficulties can be easily understand.
3) provide notes to get the grip of a particular chapter.
4) provide mock tests so that the student can get prepared for the exams.
My belief is that the base of any subject or chapter should be clear. The fundamental principles should be a strong hold. If the skeleton is properly understood only then critical questions can be answered and analysis can be done.
I am a student of B.A.LL.B. (5 yrs), in Heritage Law College, under Calcutta University.
English, Sociology, Political Science, Economics are my graduation subjects as well apart from law.
Being a law student I am very much aware about the practical application of these subjects.
Being a student I am aware about the current waves in the exam-aiming board systems and can easily relate to the student's problems. As I am a graduation student my learning is still going on and this adds a bit of enthusiasm in me to get involved into the subject I am tutoring. Students can make an easy connect. They can easily share their issues.
Completed Secondary schooling from W.B.B.S.E
Completed Higher Secondary from W.B.C.H.S.E
Cracked CU B.A.LL.B. entrance test in 2016
Student of B.A.LL.B.(5 yrs), in Heritage Law College, under Calcutta University.
Roll No- L0160067
sociology lessons closeby? Here's a selection of tutor listings that you can check out.
|at their place||at your place||by webcam|
|1 hour||Not available||$6||$6|