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UCLA (International Development Studies)
I am a recent UCLA graduate with a BA in International Development Studies and a minor in Political Science. I'm tutoring on my year off while I apply for my PhD in Political Science. At UCLA I was involved in many organizations such as Model UN, where I organized conferences for high school students. I love tutoring and mentoring students of all levels, on topics ranging from academic subjects, to speech and debate, to study skills, and more. In my free time I'm a private pilot, and I've flown to places including the Bahamas and the southern US. I am looking forward to helping you or your student to succeed!
My degree centered on economics and political science from one of the world's top universities makes me very well qualified to tutor these subjects. In addition, my club experience at UCLA as part of Model United Nations provided me with an in-depth knowledge of historical events and political systems that will help me to ensure you succeed!I'm an approachable, knowledgeable, strong mentor figure that will help with you or your child's study skills while ensuring that their grades improve. I'm passionate about teaching and ensuring student success. Please contact me for more information or to schedule an appointment. I am a recent UCLA graduate with a BA in International Development Studies and a minor in Political Science. I'm tutoring on my year off while I apply for my PhD in Political Science. At UCLA I was involved in
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