Award-Winning LSAT Tutors in Washington, DC
West "I tutored at a writing center while an undergraduate student, and became an Advanced Certified Tutor through the College Reading and Learning Association. I also taught English classes in Russia for 2 years. I enjoy tutoring because of the opportunity it presents to constantly adapt lessons and teaching styles to best meet the needs of individual students..."
Adeola "...I have worked with students from K-12 as well as graduate students as a writing tutor and teaching assistant at Georgetown University Law Center. I love to read and write and work with students to get them to their greatest potential. I also speak French and have lived in France..."
Adam "...I received my Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, with minors in Spanish and music performance. Throughout high school and college, I have been tutoring my peers in Spanish, English, philosophy, math and even music theory. I have also tutored adults in GRE subjects..."
Daniel "...While there I further studied history and politics (especially in the international arena and even interned for a member of the European Parliament in Belgium during one semester). I hope that these experiences and studies can also be of use to any high school history students. While in undergrad, I thought that the best use of my time and skills would be to attend law school..."
Ryan "... I have taught Government, English, World Religions, History and Psychology in the past. I scored in the top 98th percentile on the LSAT and specialize in helping students using proven techniques to increase their scores. Specifically, I can help students more easily break down the types of logic games and to distinguish between right and wrong answers in the Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension sections..."
University of Missouri - BS, Secondary Education (Social Studies and English)
Washington University - JD, Law
State Certified Teacher
Mithun "...I worked with elementary and middle school students, and got hired at a second job as an ESL tutor for students age 18+. Working with students who had varying levels of experience and radically different cultural expectations taught me to become adaptable and open-minded about different teaching methods. I commonly used techniques such as story-writing exercises, class-wide contests, personal anecdotes, and pop culture analogies to explain concepts and help students have fun learning. I obtained my degree in English at George Washington University in 2013..."
Cary "...Currently, I am taking some time off before starting a job at a law firm. While in college at the University of Virginia, I tutored international teaching assistants, 100 and 200-level French students, and 9th grade English students at a local high school. I have also given informal counseling to law school applicants..."
Eleanor "... I really enjoy helping students assess their strengths and weaknesses, improve their performance, and gain confidence that they can succeed at standardized tests. In my free time, I enjoy doing anything outdoors, including hiking, camping, canoeing, and running. I also have a love of history and enjoy exploring all the museums and great neighborhoods in DC..."
Ben "... I was born and raised outside of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. I attended McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland, where I double majored in Philosophy and History. I then received a law degree from the George Washington University in D.C..."
Adam "...I recently took the New York Bar exam, expecting my results in late October. In high school I tutored some younger students in math and in SAT prep, and in college I did a little private tutoring for the LSAT. I most enjoy tutoring in reading comprehension for the SATs and LSAT and believe I have some techniques that can help anyone improve their scores..."