Hello! I am a rising 1L at the University of Chicago Law School with a background tutoring students from 5th grade through undergrad. As an undergraduate, I attended Wesleyan University where I studied religious studies, philosophy, European history, and theoretical economics. While there, I won honors for my writing and research.
For students interested in improving their writing, I work with all age groups to cultivate an ear for rhythm, an eye for detail, a mind for research--and a stomach for revision, revision, revision.
For the LSAT, we will come up with a plan for preparing that is customized to your schedule and goals. This plan will likely include daily drilling with real LSAT problems, supplemented by book reading and practice tests. During our sessions that target logical reasoning sections, we will focus on argument structure. We will work on identifying conclusions, premises, and assumptions in arguments, as well as how to use these skills to answer necessary and sufficient assumption questions. For analytical reasoning (logic games), we will break down the three most common types of games and focus on maintaining accuracy while building solving speed. Finally, for reading comprehension, we will work together to come up with an approach that emphasizes your strengths (like reading quickly, remembering details, annotating effectively) to move towards a higher score.
I am looking forward to meeting you!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Wesleyan University - Bachelor in Arts, Religious Studies
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