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University of Texas at Austin (BS Microbiology BA)
University of Texas Austin School of Law (J.D.)
My first tutoring experience was in pre-K when I needed English as a second language tutoring. I have credited my tutor back then to laying a strong foundation for me to build upon through my regular coursework and self study. Since then, I've had the pleasure to tutor; American History in High School and Basic English and Medical English at the Medical College in Jilin, China. I see tutoring as an excellent method for me to mentor and assist those with similar goals to reach their full potential.
I spent the last two years of high school at the University of Texas at Brownsville Math and Science Academy. I spent those two years with a focus on university level biology courses. After high school, I received my Bachelor in Science in Microbiology at the University of Texas at Austin with a GPA of 3.5.
My Bachelor in Arts in Asian Studies and Law School experience has provided me with the experience and knowledge to read research articles, textbooks, and court opinions with speed and high comprehension. I have both tutored individually and held formal English courses at Jilin Medical College so I am prepared to teach.
I got a 166 on my only try at the LSAT. I am currently a 3rd year at the University of Texas School of Law. In addition to LSAT help, I am more than willing to give pointers on applying to law school and what they should expect once they get into the school they want.
I really hope you give me the opportunity to help you out. I've been in your shows and I feel like we can both learn a lot through the tutoring process. Cheers. My first tutoring experience was in pre-K when I needed English as a second language tutoring. I have credited my tutor back then to laying a strong foundation for me to build upon through my regular coursework and self study.
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