LSAT: I offer LSAT private courses and LSAT tutoring in person and online to arm each student with the knowledge and skills needed to conquer this test and get into law school. I have years of experience teaching the LSAT and have taught prep courses for national prep companies. Additional Experience: I have been tutoring and teaching for over 30 years. In college, I tutored English to other students. While in law school, I taught GED students math and English. I also taught at, and then di... [more]
I have been tutoring and teaching for over 30 years. In college, I tutored math and English to other students. While in law school, I taught GED students math and English. I also taught at, and then directed, the American Institute for Paralegal Study. My responsibilities in this position included counseling paralegal students in financial aid; certification, testing and organization membership; job placement, interview, resume and references; arranging internships at law firms and legal organizations; advanced paralegal certification program. Responsibilities also included an outreach program where I would meet with applicants and potential applicants and, counsel them based on above criteria. While in college and law school, I assisted other students in choosing majors and areas of concentration based on the criteria outlined above. Basic criteria included interest, aptitude, finances, market. I worked for the Opportunity Scholarship Program. My credentials consist of education and job experience. I have an undergraduate degree in liberal arts, with a minor in math. I took many psychology and counseling courses as electives while in college. I also have a Juris Doctorate degree from a Northeastern law school and I have been admitted to two (2) state bars, and practiced in both state and federal courts. Review of SAT/ACT scores and percentiles, review of GPA and class rank; review of extracurricular activities, sports, volunteer work and work experience; Test aptitude and/or review aptitude test results from 3rd party testers; determine need for financial aid and explore options; determine student's field/s of academic/job interest; determine location of college, physical vs virtual; discuss expected job market at graduation; find job niche. Based on the above factors, locate 3-5 colleges; assist with prep. of applications, instruct and review prep. of application essay; materials for references, if required and specimen reference letter; assist with completion of financial aid forms, with emphasis on essay for opportunity programs and scholarships; direction on account set up and delivery of required items to schools, i.e. college boards.