I am a graduate of Brigham Young University, where I received my Bachelor of Arts in International Relations with an emphasis in Middle Eastern Studies and Arabic. As part of my coursework, I studied Arabic for three years and spent a semester in Amman, Jordan. After graduating, I worked on a U.S. Senate campaign, then interned at a think tank and congressional office in Washington, DC. While at the think tank, I co-authored an article that was published in US News and World Report. I am currently pursuing my juris doctorate (JD) at the University of Georgia School of Law.
While an undergraduate, I was a teaching assistant for a political writing and research course and an Islamic studies course. As part of this, I did extensive proofreading and editing of student papers and taught weekly lectures on writing skills and current events. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about reading and writing, SAT prep, and history. I really believe that asking thought-provoking questions is essential for effective teaching. In my spare time I enjoy biking, running, working out at the gym, and reading.
Brigham Young University-Provo - BA, International Relations
University of Georgia - JD, Law
SAT Composite: 2170
SAT Verbal: 740
SAT Writing: 770
SAT Subject Test in U.S. History: 770
SAT Subject Test in Literature: 750
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