Established in 2007, Keystone Tutors is one of the UK’s leading private tutoring organisations. Here is a sample of the Law tutors that we represent. They are predominantly based in London and work online with families based outside of London or overseas.
Kate is a first class law graduate who joined our team of full time tutors in 2017 and taught in a school before joining Keystone. She has tutored over 2,600 hours through Keystone and helped over 120 families.
Rob is a primary level tutor with a range of teaching experience. He is also a linguist and a qualified lawyer. He has recently returned to tutoring as his passion lies in education.
"I am delighted to let you know that I have just received an offer from Cambridge!! Thank you so much for all your help and assistance in making this happen... I really enjoyed our time together and you have definitely been extremely helpful"Cambridge Law Applicant
"My daughter has had various tutors in the past and finds Alice absolutely FABULOUS. We are tremendously pleased. Thank you so much - we will be recommending your services!"Mother of LNAT Student
The LNAT Exam
The National Admissions Test for Law, or LNAT, can seem like a formidable hurdle for many students applying to read law at university; this is particularly the case when one considers the historically low average scores (usually around 50%) and the fact that many students do not know what to expect.
The Importance of Super-Curricular Learning
Application to top UK universities is highly competitive. It is often not enough to simply have strong set of academic grades; admissions tutors will expect you to be able to communicate your enthusiasm and commitment to study your chosen subject at undergraduate level. This can be done most prominently in your personal statement, and also at interview, for those courses and institutions that do so.
Webinar: Applying to UK Universities
Keystone's Head of Consultancy, Harriet Blomefield, was joined by Ed Richardson, our Director of Education and Jenny McGowan, our Director in Asia to discuss the application process to universities in the UK. They also provided some top tips to aid the process.
Webinar: How do we best support school-aged children with their mental health?
Keystone's Director of Education, Ed Richardson, was joined by guest experts Clare de Lotbiniere, a BACP Accredited Psychotherapist, and Robert Batt, CEO and Clinical Director of The Recovery Centre (TRC), a leading mental health support clinic in London, to discuss supporting school-aged children with their mental health. More Detail on our guest panellists: Clare has worked in state and private education sectors, working with both students and staff.