I know how important it is to score well on the LSAT. I graduated in 2000 from the University of Missouri with a B.A. in History and a B.S. in Secondary Education. While my undergraduate grades were decent, they would not have earned me admission to a top law school. After graduation, I took the LSAT and scored 176, a score that put me near the top of the 99th percentile. I applied to and was admitted to several top law schools. I chose to attend Georgetown University Law Center. I graduated in 2004 and have practiced as a Public Defender since then.
I not only have a degree in education, but I also have extensive tutoring experience. As an undergraduate, I tutored students who were learning English as a second language. During law school, I worked as an LSAT tutor for Kaplan. Since graduating law school, I have designed a curriculum for an LSAT test preparation company.
I have studied previously-administered LSATs, I have designed strategies that work for every section of the LSAT, and I am able to tailor a tutoring program to address the needs and concerns of individual students.
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