In 2015 I graduated with my Master's Degree in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages). Basically- Teaching ESL.
I am now a doctoral student in linguistics.
I have been through the application process twice (successfully), and I have survived three years of graduate school (so far- 4 left). But not only am I surviving, I'm succeeding. I've maintained a 4.0, while also holding a full Teaching Assistantship (funding).
Graduate School is tough, but it is rewarding and brings many benefits to your future.
My parents didn't even think that I would finish my Bachelor's degree and here I am seeking my PhD.
I love helping others through college and into graduate school. There are other businesses who do this, but Life of Learning is the only place where you can receive personalized help. You can view past students' reviews here.
If you have questions or don't know where to start, please send me a message or email so I can point you in the right direction!
For many many years I thought I was not good enough, not smart enough. If I can do it, so can you! I've helped many apply to graduate school. Here, I share my experiences, tips and resources to inspire and empower you to reach your academic goals too.
Below I have included popular posts that people often ask me regarding graduate school.
Writing the Best Statement of Purpose Letter
Fine Tuning My Resume/CV
Maximizing Your GRE Score
Preparing for the TOEFL
Research Assistant or Teaching Assistant, Which is better?
What is Fellowship and How Can I get it?