I come from an immigrant background so the stress for education is incredibly important to me. I graduated from Fordham University with a double major in Economics and History. After graduation I worked in accounting but I didn't find that line of work for me so I decided to pursue a career in law. I took the LSAT and now I am currently in the process of applying for Fall 2022 for law school.
I found tutoring to be incredibly rewarding. I discovered my love for it when I had to help my younger family members as I was the oldest and I always the first to do something so I'd have to mentor those before me. I just find the best part about tutoring is when a student just gets it. When it finally all clicks.
My philosophy is that I don't give up on students because I know all of them that come to me have the potential to succeed they just need a helping hand to lead them. Not everyone learns the same way it's why teachers and professors in a classroom setting can be ineffective. No one is incapable of learning.
I have a passion for History and Writing but, I also really enjoy teaching the LSAT. I used to struggle with it in the beginning and I eventually grew to love the test and in turn I loved teaching the test. I know how stressful it can be but it is learnable and I intend to teach it.
Undergraduate Degree: Fordham University - Bachelor in Arts, Economics
Reading about history, biking, hiking and vintage military rifle shooting. I also enjoy reading political philosophy and watching the occasional lowbrow comedy.