I am a recent graduate of Yale University where I earned a Master's degree in Global Affairs. At Yale, I worked as a Teaching Fellow for a class on data governance. I also volunteered at a local non-profit where I tutored elementary-school aged children in reading and writing.
For those of you who are preparing for graduate school, I know what you're going through! Especially if you're juggling the application process alongside a full-time job, I want to help you make the most of your time. I've been there before myself, and can share a few tips and tricks that will help you achieve your target scores.
I hope to work together to identify areas with the greatest potential for improvement, and then set a study schedule so that you can stay on track with your goals. This way, the process will feel a lot more manageable and you can focus your energy on more important things (like maybe your personal statement)!
As previously mentioned, I also have experience working with younger age groups. I enjoy working with children and sharing my love for reading with them. You can probably guess that my favorite part of the school year as a kid was always our summer reading challenge!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: College of William Mary - Bachelor in Arts, International Relations
Graduate Degree: Yale University - Master of Arts, International Relations
GRE Quantitative Reasoning: 164
GRE Verbal Reasoning: 168
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