Hello! I am a JD Candidate at Georgetown University Law Center. Due to COVID, I will be in Georgetown’s Class of 2024, and in the meantime, I’m excited to help other aspiring law students get the LSAT scores their need to achieve their goals. I have been tutoring the LSAT for a year and can also provide advice in strategizing school selection, and outlining and providing feedback on personal statements.
You can book a session with me here: https://lsathacks.com/product/lsat-tutoring-rosalie/
“Rosalie has really helped me improve my score and increase my confidence in the LSAT! I’m hoping to get into the top-ranked law school in my province and after studying with Rosalie for a few months, my score has increased from an initial diagnostic of 159 to 166 on the July flex. She’s really patient and takes the time to go through problems with me, step-by-step so that I completely understand. She’s also very responsive and answers my questions outside our tutoring sessions as well.”
“I really enjoyed having Rosalie as my tutor because of how much she’s invested in my success. Even though we haven’t been able to meet up due to the pandemic, she’s continued to help me study over video-calls, which have really kept me on track with my studies. I haven’t taken the LSAT yet but my Preptest scores have been increasing much more since we’ve begun our sessions. I’m confident that under her tutelage, I will be able to obtain my ideal score!”
“I’ve been studying with Rosalie since October and even though I needed to take a few breaks for personal/work reasons, Rosalie has been very attentive to my needs. She remembers where we left off and if I’m struggling with a problem type again, she’s very happy to teach it to me again. I started with a diagnostic of 155 so I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to raise it to my target score of 165 by the time I graduate. On my last preptest I got a 168 which makes me very hopeful that I can achieve my target score on test day. I highly recommend Rosalie!”