Award-Winning LSAT Tutors in Washington, DC
Kira ...went straight to law school at Washington and Lee University right here in Virginia. One of my favorite parts of my current job is interacting with law student interns and paralegals and teaching them about the law. I do not get to do that often enough though, and so I thought of tutoring as a great way to be able to teach more students. I excel at Writing, Literature, Grammar, and History, and I use...
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.
Sam ...Philosophy. My tutoring style is adaptable - I think every person is different and learns differently, and is important to be able to adapt and understand that someone else may not learn the same way that I do. I'm a history and politics buff, an avid sports fan, and spend the rest of my time watching my latest television programs or cooking something new. I am excited to start helping people un-tap their academic potential.
Adeola ...and proficient tutor. 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. I have studied the language for ten years and have a Premier Degree in Business from the French Chamber of Commerce.
Andrew ...Studies. I have also worked as a Grader for the AP English Composition test for 7 years. I am here to aid you in any stage of the writing process--from brainstorming ideas to editing a final paper. I specialize in finding a way to get the brilliant ideas in your head onto the page to make a coherent and complete argument. I also understand writerly paralysis, and we can work on strategies for creating a...
Ryan ...have tutored for many, many years. While in college, I tutored all grade levels, with a special emphasis on elementary and high school aged students. In law school, I continued tutoring and eventually worked as a Dean's Fellow (a third year law student who serves first year students as a teaching assistant). In this capacity, I instructed students in the subject of legal research, writing, and citation methods. My favorite subject is English. I generate...
John Jay College - Bachelor in Arts, Criminal Justice, Philosophy
The George Washington University Law School - Juris Doctor, Law
Laura ...in my blood-my mother is a teacher, and she instilled in me the love of helping someone reach his or her potential with compassion and enthusiasm. I have been tutoring since middle school and I don't ever plan on stopping! My favorite subject to tutor is the LSAT, but I also LOVE English, US History, and World History. During my free time, I enjoy reading voraciously, sewing, and volunteering with my church.
St. John's College - Bachelor in Arts, Liberal Arts
Georgetown University Law Center - Juris Doctor, Law
Jason As an undergrad at the University of Minnesota, I was a Biochemistry Teaching Assistant. In that position I helped students in a one-on-one basis as well as ran pre-exam review sessions. I worked as a Lab Assistant in a Genetics Lab throughout my undergrad education. Since graduating, my focus has been in Molecular Biology and infectious disease.... Laid back. Let the student work through the problem and guide them so they come up with the answers themselves.
University of Minnesota - Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry
Nathan I have extensive tutoring experience in the past. Before law school and after college, I worked as an assistant director of a Learning Center, and a big part of my job was working on test prep with students. I enjoyed my work, and I was successful at it because I was able to develop connections with my students and alter my teaching style to meet their needs, while still staying within the structured curriculum.
Hillary I have been teaching in one way or another since I was 14. I know how frustrating it can be when you feel like you just don't get it and I'm here to help! People learn in different ways, and I will take the time to figure out the way that works best for you. I am especially competent in the logic games of the LSATs, so if that's your weakness, I'm your band-aid!