Tutor profile: Henry P.
What makes you qualified to tutor the LSAT?
I studied for the LSAT all on my own and took the February 2015 exam. I scored a 169, which puts me in the 96th percentile. I was accepted to Georgetown Law, but I have ultimately decided to pursue a degree in international relations at Tufts University. I can work with you to develop a study plan, share my test-taking techniques, and answer any questions you have along the way.
How should a writing tutor approach writing?
Writing tutoring, or consulting, is a collaborative effort. I am not here to tell you how to form and express your ideas. I am here to act as a sounding board. Whether you need help crafting a thesis, structuring your ideas in a coherent form, how to convey your ideas with clarity and eloquence, or just general advice on grammar, style, and usage, I have experience working with students on all of these topics. Above all, I strive to make the process as dynamic and inclusive as possible.
Subject: Study Skills
What is the secret to success as a student?
The secret is good study skills. This involves planning and preparedness. If you find yourself cramming at the end of the term, you have done something wrong.
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