I am currently finishing my senior year at the University of Georgia. I am pursuing Bachelor of Arts degrees in Economics and International Affairs with an anticipated graduation date of May 2015. My passion for tutoring was ignited when I was in high school where I provided assistance across all academic subjects to students in grades 6-12. While at college, I have provided private tutoring to friends and acquaintances. I tutor a variety of subjects within the social sciences as well as critical reading and writing of all kinds. My passion, however, lies with economics and the LSAT. Economics holds a special interest to me because it seeks to explain how decisions are made, whether by nations, businesses or individuals. As someone who plans to attend law school, I spent countless hours honing my LSAT skills, and I came to view the test not as a brutal exam, but as a game that can be won. Regardless of the subject I'm tutoring, I utilize the same philosophy with all of my students. I firmly believe that any student can master any subject or test, it is simply a matter of changing the way that material is presented and understood. Education is a vital part of personal development, and I consider it an honor to help students master material. When I'm not tutoring or rooting for the Georgia Bulldogs to win a national championship, I hone my trivia skills by watching as many movies and reading as many books as possible.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Georgia - Bachelor in Arts, International Affairs & Economics
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1480
SAT Verbal: 800
UGA football, Netflix, Watching every kind of movie