I am a write-a-holic. I write whatever I can, whenever I can. Writing makes me feel empowered; when I write, I have the liberty to express the fervor of my imagination in a way that is entirely my own. That is the reason why I have been successful in my writing endeavors, both academically and professionally.
I also love human beings, and I have been studying them for seven years. My extensive knowledge in psychology has offered me a keen sense of awareness and intuition about people and their needs. I believe that greatness can be achieved not by an inborn talent or hardwired skill but rather as a product of effort and perseverance. With this mindset, I value each person's individuality and uniqueness, and I am able to guide them towards capitalizing on their strengths and improving on their weaknesses for optimal success.
My courses in graduate school taught me how to communicate complex and difficult material clearly to a wide variety of expert and non-expert readers including the readers in the academic community. I successfully completed a 45-page thesis paper and went on to pursue my professional writing at UCLA where I published in several peer-reviewed publications over a span of four years. I have also worked extensively with undergraduate students to polish their personal statements and get accepted into prestigious graduate programs like Berkeley, Yale, Columbia, and UCLA.
As your tutor, I will be patient, flexible, and understanding of your scheduling needs, and I will exceed your expectations with honesty and integrity.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions. I look forward to achieving greatness with you!
P.S. I also love The Beatles, cooking, snowboarding, and ballet.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: California State University-Los Angeles - Bachelor in Arts, Psychology
Graduate Degree: University of Chicago - Master of Arts, Social Sciences
cooking, dancing, snowboarding, rock and roll, pop culture, fitness, meeting new people