I am a graduate of Indiana University who majored in Public Policy and Law and minored in International Studies. I'm heading to Law School in the fall of 2021. I decided to start tutoring after my brother had a positive experience on this platform and after a whole semester of helping pre-law students in my chapter organization. They were always intrigued on how I got through the infamous Logic Games. The attitude of "Beat the Mountain". I used this in study sessions with my peers in BC Calc and Algebra in High School and it comes in super helpful in the LSAT, because once, you find that one "difficult situation" and figure it out, it'll make the entire set in question that much easier. Something I learned long ago, while you may go to school for academics, do not forget to get educated along the way.
Undergraduate Degree: Indiana University-Bloomington - Bachelor of Science, Public Services
Graduate Degree: University of Georgia - Juris Doctor, Legal Studies
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