I am a graduate of Loyola University Chicago's Applied Social Psychology Master's program. I also completed my undergrad at Loyola, majoring in psychology and the psychology of crime and justice. For my master's degree I completed my thesis project by conducting an experiment on perceptions of sexual misconduct on college campuses.
I have a long history of tutoring and mentoring children and teens. As a teen myself, I mentored children on the autistic spectrum. To this day, I still work with special needs children, teens, and young adults. I also have experience mentoring low-income undergrads at Loyola to help them gain admission into graduate programs. While I can tutor many subjects, I am most passionate and equipped to tutor students in psychology and statistics, especially with the use of SPSS statistical analysis software.
Mentoring and tutoring students is important to me because I believe education is a pillar of advancements in society and no individuals ideas should be excluded.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Loyola University-Chicago - Bachelor of Science, Psychology
Graduate Degree: Loyola University-Chicago - Master of Arts, Applied Psychology
My interests include psychology and applied research. I love to read books about self improvement. I also enjoy dancing and competitively danced as a teen.
College Application Essays
Elementary School English
Elementary School Math
Elementary School Reading
Elementary School Writing
GRE Subject Test in Psychology
GRE Subject Tests
High School English
High School Writing
Middle School English
Middle School Reading
Middle School Reading Comprehension
Middle School Writing
SPSS Statistic Software
Study Skills and Organization
Technology and Computer Science