Hi! My name is Brett, and I’m currently a third-year law student at the University of Texas Law School.
I grew up outside Fort Worth in Aledo, TX. While there, I was an AP student, National Merit Scholar Finalist, and total band nerd. I graduated in the top 10% from Aledo High School in 2011. I then attended the University of Arkansas, and in 2015 I received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Mathematics.
On may way to law school, I’ve taken (almost) every standardized test out there. I received a 2150/2400 on the SAT and a 33/36 on the ACT back in the day. More recently, I scored a 168/180 on the LSAT. Years of experience taking standardized tests has taught me that, no matter which test you’re taking, they all follow pretty simple patterns. Figuring out those patterns and learning how to take the test are crucial for improving your scores. Once you have that down, taking a standardized test isn’t scary. My goal as a tutor is to help other students figure these things out so that they can feel confident when test day comes.
As I finish up at UT Law, my focus is on environmental law and the Texas legislative process, but I’m also co-writing and directing our annual satire play. When I’m not in school, I like to spend my time paddleboarding, watching anime, or doing yoga at Black Swan.