Award-Winning LSAT Tutors in New York, NY
Sarah "I was a teaching assistant and tutor during college and have volunteered with refugee and ELL students since high school. I am currently a freelance attorney specializing in Immigration Law which allows me to have availability 12 months a year and any time of day for tutoring.."
Boise State UniversBio - BA, English/Communication
Reshma "...Cum Laude in Molecular and Cellular Biology with a Secondary Concentration in Government. I started tutoring in high school, where I was a peer tutor in math and Spanish for all four years; in my junior and senior years, I was a lead peer tutor in the math program. Since then, I have worked with various education and mentorship programs to hone my one-on-one instruction abilities..."
Melissa "I graduated from Georgetown University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Government and from Fordham University School of Law with a Juris Doctor degree. I have ten years of experience as a volunteer and private tutor to high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. I have tutored a variety of subjects ranging from math and science to standardized testing, but I especially enjoy tutoring in the areas of English, literature, and writing..."
Molly "...After graduation, I spent one year at a liberal arts college in Singapore, where I worked in the writing center and mentored students extensively in academic writing. Since then, I have been traveling, while continuing to tutor writing skills online. I emphasize learning how to write a clear, organized, and persuasive argument supported by solid evidence..."
Blake "...From there I went back to school (Jersey City University) to get my Masters degree in Special Education and became a special education teacher. After working for several years as a special education teacher I decided to pursue my Masters of Arts degree in school administration. Since enrolling in and completing the graduate program I have had the opportunity to work in several leadership roles in public schools..."
David "I graduated from Clark University where I earned my Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy and played Varsity Baseball. Upon graduation, I joined Teach For America and returned home teaching at a public charter school in Brooklyn, NY. After this, I took the LSAT and decided to help others to achieve the same success on the LSAT that I did..."
Cyrus "...After graduation, I went to Taiwan to teach English. I had a lot of fun there, and picked up a conversational level of Mandarin Chinese, but after two years (and four battles with food poisoning) I decided it was time to come back to America. I took the LSAT in September of 2014, and have been tutoring it ever since. I have a wide array of interests, and can tutor a number of different humanities subjects..."
Jennifer "I am a law student at Fordham University studying international business transactions with a focus on the emerging markets in Asia and Africa. I also work part-time as a paralegal at a small Chinese immigration law firm. I graduated in 2010 from Hamilton College with a B.A..."
John "I have a JD and an LLM from Cornell Law School, and a BA in History from Yale. In the past I've worked as a law clerk at the Arizona Supreme Court and as a corporate attorney, but, for the past 3 years, have worked in technology startups. I'm currently the co-founder of a software-as-a-service company based in NYC..."
Yale - Bachelor of Arts, History
Cornell Law School - JD, LLM, Law
Melanie "...with a death penalty case and am a member of the Journal of Gender and Law. Prior to starting law school, I gained experience working with non-profits and on political campaigns. I earned my bachelor's degree in Public Policy from Stanford in 2011. I enjoy the opportunity to work with clients as they apply to college and graduate school, by helping with both test prep and admissions essays..."