After graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Peace, War, and Defense from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, I was dreading studying for the LSAT. Obviously, many students feel this way, as it is a daunting exam. However, when I started working on it, I came to really enjoy the strategies and logic involved. It became fun to practice. This inspired me to tutor the LSAT myself. I want students to feel as if the LSAT is not a daunting task but an exciting challenge that they can actually conquer. Every student can have the LSAT "click" for them. I am dedicated to giving multiple explanations of each concept until that happens.
If you are a student with test anxiety, I've struggled with that in the past as well, and I am happy to give some coping strategies to help you perform your best on test day!
If you are looking for homework between sessions, I'd be happy to select practice assignments in between our sessions.
I will do the problems alongside you. This will help you visualize the strategies I use.
Undergraduate Degree: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - Bachelor in Arts, Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies
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