I graduated valedictorian of my major with a B.S. in Communications from Cornell in 2013 and spent the better part of the next year teaching English abroad before I headed back home to the U.S. to transition into law school. I am interested in one thing and one thing only: getting you the grade you want on the LSAT. While I initially struggled with the exam, scoring a low score on my initial diagnostic, in three months of study I was able to achieve a much higher score, and I am sure that the systems that I created in preparing for the exam will greatly aid you in your efforts to excel. I firmly believe anyone with the right guidance and dedication is capable of improving their score on the LSAT.
Beyond the test, however, I am a pretty down to earth guy. During college I was a player in an improvisational comedy troupe for two years as well as a member of my university's table tennis team (yes these exist). In my spare time I enjoy running, reading, and playing fetch with my dog.