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Receive personally tailored Constitutional Law lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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Constitutional law is one of the most challenging courses you will take in law school. Since it is an area featured on all state bar examinations, it is a required course for all first-year law students. In addition, you may take additional constitutional law courses dealing with criminal procedure involving the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments; the First Amendment; and the Fourteenth Amendment. There are many aspects to law that may be difficult for you to grasp, whether you are struggling with numerous case reports and rulings or if you are trying to recall the specific dates of an Amendment. Fortunately, Varsity Tutors can assist you in finding a law tutor that is well-versed in the area you find challenging.

Although there are a number of constitutional law courses to take, the introductory constitutional law course in the first year of law school is often considered the most difficult of all. Law students will generally take the constitutional law course in the second semester of their first year, and thus have only a limited experience with the intricate written opinions of Supreme Court Justices. In addition, much of the case law is older than the case law in other courses. Some Supreme Court Justices write in an esoteric style that new law students can find to be inaccessible and confusing. Once you comprehend the text itself, you must memorize a byzantine network of tests and conditions that the federal government and the courts choose to apply to questions of federal authority and the circumscription of civil liberties. It is enough to boggle anyone's mind, but you can master constitutional law with the help of a law tutor.

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Online Constitutional Law Tutoring review by Michael
Moved into the topics of momentum, impulses, momentum conservation, and collisions (both inelastic and elastic). In addition to covering problems focusing on each of these topics, we also covered some more integrative problems, as the girls seemed to be struggling with these types of questions on the homework. We will continue working on more difficult, integrative problems on this coming Thursday, and then we will move on to other topics such as heat, thermodynamics, waves, and fluid mechanics.
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Online Constitutional Law Tutoring review by Ishita
Review of addition and subtraction of sin, cos, and tan, and double angle identities. Student is doing extremely well with the material now, though he still needs to be reminded to take his time. Since I'm confident in his ability to understand the material, I am going to start working on shortcuts with him.
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Online Constitutional Law Tutoring review by Jessica
For the first half of our session, the student and I talked about poetry. We discussed the characteristics of a poem, and then she read a poem about butterflies. After she'd read it, she summarized it verbally and then answered some multiple choice and short answer questions. She had a bit of trouble on the "compare and contrast" question, so we will continue to work on that skill. For the second half of our session, we worked on multiplication. We did five times tests, and she gradually improved with each of them. In between each test, we did verbal reviews of tricky facts, and I made her find and identify her own errors in each test. For her last test, she completed 50 problems in under two minutes, which is our goal! She is definitely getting better each week!
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Online Constitutional Law Tutoring review by Elizabeth
The student and I quickly went over the science portion of his ACT test. He was glad to have scored a 29 on this one and a 28 on the previous one. We then spent the remainder of the session on math.
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Online Constitutional Law Tutoring review by Michael
We reviewed chapter 16 in preparation for the student's chapter test later this week.  We focused on reviewing the material from section 16.3 since the student and I had not finished going over that together yet.  We emphasized the difference between finding a probability and finding an expected value.  We compared these two processes graphically and algebraically.
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Online Constitutional Law Tutoring review by Chris (Christopher)
The student and I finished reviewing the SAT practice she had completed for the last session and went through her score report. By far, math is the subject in which she could make the most improvement, so we decided to focus this session entirely on math. We focused heavily on the strategy of guessing versus leaving answers blank. We also discussed how to get started on problems that seem impossible at first by looking at what the question is asking for, finding the formula that would get you to that answer, and looking for how to find the values of the variables in that formula.
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