Indeed, the correct answer is often not objectively "good law" per se, just the answer that the examiners want you to choose. Learning to discern which that is comes with practice and exposure to all the ways a given fact or type of information may be tested. I would recommend Debbie to anyone looking for help with their Bar or law school studies. She will provide you with the tools and confidence to succeed as long as you are willing to put in the work.
I would definitely seek John's services, should the need arise! Thank you, John. You were great!!! John ayudo a mi hijo a prepararse par el examen de ISEE. Fue increiblemente paciente con el, siendo mi hijo uno de esos ninos que se desconcentra muy rápido y logro ensenarle todas las materias necesarias. También me gusto mucho el hecho que no trato de venderme mas horas de las que mi hijo necesitaba. Si necesitásemos mas ayuda tutorial, definitivamente contactaría a John de nuevo. Mil gracias, John!
And, I was too focused on making sure a tutor knew my daughter's IB Math curriculum. Until today's session with Natasha (and starting with the communication with her leading up to the session), what I failed to realize, even in my own daughter, is that it is not the knowledge of curriculum per se (although that is important and helpful), it is the ability of the tutor to teach the material, to take the time to identify and fix gaps in understanding that hold students back.