Like a true nerd, I loved taking the LSAT exam. I want to bring that same love (or at least enjoyment) to my students.
My goal is to work with students to learn and excel on each section of the LSAT exam so that they can get accepted to the law schools of their choice.
For me, achieving a relatively high score on the LSAT exam after months of studying meant that I could attend a prestigious law school, which catapulted my career in public education policy. I also was able to secure a significant scholarship for law school, largely based on my LSAT score.
I have years of teaching experience, with both youth and adults, and I take the role of teacher very seriously, while still being abel to laugh with my students.
When I'm not working, I love to do and teach yoga, and also exercise my creativity through singing and songwriting.
George Washington University - Bachelors, English literature
Loyola Marymount University Graduate School of Education - Masters, masters in secondary education
What is your teaching philosophy?
I know from experience that all students can not only learn, but also excel. As a teacher, it's my job to figure out how to present material in a personalized way that works for each individual student. I love working with different types of learners.