Joshua graduated from Dartmouth, Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude, with a double major in Environmental Studies (with Honors) and Spanish Literature. His Undergraduate Honors Thesis discussed the interaction between apocalyptic rhetoric and climate change policies, which also won a departmental award. Between college and law school, Joshua served in the Republic of Korea Army. Currently he is a third-year law student at Harvard Law School.
Joshua has been working with students of all ages, from elementary school to college, in a wide range of areas, from standardized test-taking to competitive policy debate. His core strengths include preparing for the LSAT and the GRE, the latter which he self-taught while serving in the army. In addition, he has helped numerous students craft application essays and other supplementary materials for law school and graduate school, many of them advancing to prestigious programs such as Harvard and Stanford.
In his spare time, Joshua enjoys playing squash and visiting cool landmarks in the New England area.