I rank myself among the best tutors for LSAT and SAT prep. My personal test scores, on both exams, showcase my knowledge and expertise. However, it is my students' success that showcase my pride and passion.
You may reach out to me on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn, and/or call me anytime at 2794858605
Photos and videos
Frequently asked questions
How did you get started teaching?
Prior to attending law school, I was pursuing a degree in secondary education where I aspired to be a history teacher, with futuristic dreams of being a college-level professor in my hometown of Owensboro, KY. Then, my dad, whom resided in Florida, went to prison for a crime he did not commit. His route to freedom was minuscule, at most. The system failed him and he needed help on a federal level that my family was financially unable to provide. As such, I switched universities, developed some serious self confidence, and engulfed myself in the field of law. At first, I was saddened by the thought of not teaching because it's the one thing that I was truly good at and loved dearly. Nevertheless, I was able to merge my passion for teaching with my aspiration to become a lawyer when I was recommended and selected by my professors to become a student tutor at the university's library. I was so successful, I was invited to tutor the remainder of my undergrad and beyond. During that time, I got to intern with various judges and educators to help make a difference in the lives of others, particularly delinquent juveniles. The knowledge and skills that I developed through those venues are paramount to my success today as a tutor and 3L JD applicant. My father passed away last October, never receiving the justice or due process he deserved. However, his injustice paved a route to help others in his memory; through the ability to move out a small town in Kentucky, get accepted into my dream law school located in Florida, and make a true difference in the lives of others through legal and educational remedy--or what I like to label as "having my cake, and eating it, too!"
What types of students have you worked with?
I work with students from 6th grade - mastery-level college courses in all subjects except: Spanish, Physics, and Statistics.