I am a graduate of Colgate University and a student at Fordham Law School. I received my Bachelor of Arts in English Literature with a focus on Critical Theory and Cultural Semiotics.
As such, I've always tried to travel *within* each Standardized Test, parsing out an underlying structure, and then using this framework to "crack the code." Whenever I've worked with students in this manner, we've always had a total blast-- it's like a puzzle in a challenging video game, a newly-discovered leitmotif, or even an unexpected formation shift on the soccer pitch. I firmly believe that every student has the potential to truly connect and engage with the test material, whether it be the LSAT, the SAT, the AP, the Regents, or even the CogAT.
Additionally, as an alumnus of my school district's 3rd-8th grade "gifted" program, I learned the value of cultivating creativity. I'd like to pass on what I've learned in those formative years -- the early assignments and projects which have led to who I am today.
In sum, it is my mission to find that individualized point-of-connection. The rewards to be reaped go far beyond a mere "winning score": the real reward is the personal growth and insight that comes with it.
Undergraduate Degree: Colgate University - Bachelor in Arts, English
Graduate Degree: Fordham Law - Juris Doctor, Law
Modernist Prose, Twelve-Tone Music, Charcuterie, The Legend of Zelda
10th Grade Reading
10th Grade Writing
AP US History
College Level American Literature
High School English
High School Level American Literature
High School Writing
Introduction to Poetry
SAT Subject Tests Prep