LSAT Tutor, ACT Tutor, SAT Tutor
BA - Philosophy (Logic), Princeton University (2022)
My ultimate goal is to continue making a meaningful impact in students’ lives through education, specifically by providing individualized strategies to succeed in standardized tests.
I aim to eventually attend law school but, given how much I love what I do, I am in no rush!
Extracurricular and Research Interests
I’m passionate about reading and learning, constantly expanding my knowledge on topics like career success, world history, and philosophy.In my free time, I enjoy staying active by participating in sports like rugby and jiu jitsu.
I have a deep interest in volunteer work, offering high school tutoring services for free to students from disadvantaged schools.
Why I am teaching the LSAT, ACT and SAT
My love for tutoring comes from the joy of simplifying complex concepts into smaller, more accessible units. I find great satisfaction in seeing the spark of understanding light up in a student’s eyes.
I believe in the power of education and I enjoy playing a part in the academic success of my students.
Favorite subject to teach
Logic and critical thinking are my favorite areas to teach as they form the basis of problem-solving in many standardized tests. I love how logic, once understood, can significantly improve a student’s speed and efficiency.
Advice I'd give to my former self
Start early, stay organized, and don’t be afraid to ask for help when you need it.
Enjoy the journey of learning, not just the final result. It’s the process of overcoming academic challenges that truly helps you grow.
Finally, remember to take time for yourself. Burnout is real and can be avoided by maintaining a healthy work-life balance.