I am a graduate of UCLA, where I received my Bachelor of Arts in English and Political Science, and of USC Law School, where I received my Juris Doctor in May 2013. My primary focus as a tutor is to help clients master the LSAT. The LSAT is typically the first obstacle students will face in their journey to enrolling in the law school of their dreams, and my goal is to ensure that all my students enter the LSAT testing center prepared, confident, and ready conquer the exam. The LSAT is a very challenging test. However, I sincerely believe that with the right approach, the necessary dedication, and sufficient practice, any test-taker can obtain a great score. In addition to tutoring the LSAT, I also assist students in developing their writing. To become an excellent writer, I help my students learn how to think critically, how to organize their writing, and how to translate their ideas to clear, concise, and persuasive writing. This approach does not only help the students in the classroom, but will provide the student with invaluable life skills as well. I have helped students become more effective writers throughout high school and college. I honed my own writing skills as a staff reporter at the Daily Bruin, UCLA’s student newspaper, and as an editor at USC Law School’s Interdisciplinary Law Journal. An academic article I wrote on social media and the First Amendment was also published in the Interdisciplinary Law Journal. In my spare time, I enjoy skateboarding, reading literature, drinking coffee, cooking, running, and eating all of the tacos in the greater Los Angeles area.
University of California-Los Angeles - B.A., English, Political Science
USC School of Law - J.D., N/A
High School English