I am a graduate of Seton Hall University where I received a Bachelor of Arts in Classical Studies with a second major in Theology. I am currently enrolled in an MA/PhD program in Philosophy at The Catholic University of America. Since sophomore year of high school, I have tutored students in Latin and Italian and more recently also in helping students prepare for the SAT and GRE. In my senior year of college, I was appointed as the Classical Studies Department tutor for Latin. One of the things I enjoy most about tutoring students in Latin and Italian is helping them build a stronger foundation in their native English language as well as in the foreign language. Over the course of my years as a tutor, I have seen my students expand their vocabulary and rhetorical skills in English through their study of foreign and classical language. I firmly believe that by grasping the roots of language, students will set themselves apart as writers, not only for standardized tests and in college, but throughout life. During my time off from school I enjoy gardening, fishing, cooking, and when I have the chance, traveling throughout the world.
Undergraduate Degree: Seton Hall University - Bachelor in Arts, Classics
Graduate Degree: The Catholic University of America - PHD, Philosophy
SAT Verbal: 800
SAT Writing: 720
Traveling, photography, reading, cooking, fishing, and gardening
High School English