I recently graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor with a B.A. in History and a minor in Music. In the fall I will start law school at Duke University to pursue a joint J.D./L.L.M. degree in International and Comparative Law. In my free time I enjoy listening to and playing music (I've been playing the drums for 15 years), playing basketball, going to Mets games and watching Michigan sports. I tutor English, essay writing, grammar, LSAT and SAT test prep, but my favorite subjects to tutor are LSAT and SAT test prep. I have experience helping friends, peers and classmates prepare for both tests and have experience in peer editing various essays and papers. I aim to aid my students by first assessing their learning styles to see what types of tutoring methods best fit their needs. In my experience tutoring, studying for, and taking standardized tests, I learned that there are several different ways to answer the same question, which is what I love the most about tutoring for the SAT and LSAT. It is my goal to show and explain the various methods of answering these questions, therefore giving them the tools to select the method(s) that they find the easiest. I feel that my strongest quality as a tutor is my flexibility: Above all, I aim to see my students succeed to the best of their abilities and am more than willing to alter and personalize my tutoring strategies to help them do so!
Undergraduate Degree: University of Michigan - Bachelor in Arts, History
Graduate Degree: Duke University Law School - PHD, Law
music, basketball, baseball, football, Michigan sports