I'm a graduate student at Harvard finishing up my masters in bioethics, after recently graduating from the University of Chicago with a degree in the history and philosophy of science. In the fall I'll start my 1L year at Yale Law School.
Outside of my studies, I love exploring new cities, tackling new recipes, and helping my students master the LSAT! I genuinely enjoy the test--as ridiculous as it sounds-- and try to instill at least some of that excitement in my students so that the intensive studying required for their target scores feels less daunting. I create individualized action plans to meet each student's unique needs and learning style, and to target their specific weaknesses. I'm happy to meet as frequently or as infrequently as you'd like to reach your score goal.
In addition to LSAT prep, I work as a college and law school admissions consultant, helping students craft competitive application packages. Getting into your dream school, be it a top college, a T-14 law school, or a regional school with a good scholarship requires both institutional knowledge and effective essays that show why you're a good candidate. I didn't use any services when applying to college, grad school, or law school-- relying on endless internet searches and advice from people who had gone through the process. During my 3 application cycles I amassed a lot of knowledge on what it takes to get into top schools and how to package yourself effectively, knowledge that I'm excited to share with you!
Undergraduate Degree: University of Chicago - Bachelor in Arts, History and Philosophy of Science and Technology
Graduate Degree: Harvard University - Master of Arts, Bioethics and Medical Ethics
ACT Composite: 34
ACT English: 34
ACT Math: 35
ACT Reading: 32
ACT Science: 34
Exploring different cities and eating yummy food, as well as maintaining my increasingly difficult to manage Netflix schedule.