EducationUniversity of Maryland (B.A. in Political Science, Minor in Psychology, 2 years of Biology), Albany Law School (J.D.), Union Graduate College (M.B.A.), Transferred into University of Baltimore School of Law (JD/MBA)
ExperienceSAT (1900), LSAT (165), Took several AP exams and received college credit.
Most recently, I had LSAT student increase her score by +16 point (based on diagnostic score at beginning of our sessions)
I have been tutoring the children of close friends for years and now study at the University of Baltimore School of Law.
Honors: Associate Editor, Albany Law Review (Vol. 77)
Having a tutor when I was preparing for the LSAT was the smartest move I could have made. Big classes, such as those hosted by the big name LSAT prep courses, aren't for everyone. A 1-on-1 custom tailored LSAT prep program may be right for you. My goal is to test students under the same time-constraints as the actual exam so that come actual LSAT day, you will be calm and confident . The LSAT is just as much about time management as it is about law. The right strategy for maximizing points is essential, and these skills will become second nature by exam day.
HobbiesAvid sports fan and skier. I live near the Midtown/Mount Vernon area of Baltimore (near the University of Baltimore, 2 blocks from the law school). Very flexible schedule and I am willing to hold weekend sessions if needed. Pay is negotiable, but account balances are excepted to be cleared at the end of every session.
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