Whether your child has Ivy League aspirations or not, your child’s high school education is the intellectual bedrock of his or her future. How your child learns in high school and, in particular, how he or she prepares for the SAT will have a disproportionate effect on what college he/she attends and the intellectual and professional opportunities thereupon available.
While some students are gifted with the intellectual rigor and self-discipline to excel on their own, most are not. Most kids need help along the way. That’s where I come in. Since the age of 19, I have privately tutored over 200 students, primarily in the SAT. The kids I have tutored have run the gamut in terms of intellectual faculties and abilities. Some of these kids have suffered from ADD or dyslexia. Whatever the case may be, I always customize my approach and style of tutoring to the client so that he or she truly “gets it,” and will no longer need a tutor in that respective field. In terms of the SAT, I have developed a proprietary method that has helped all of my students gain admission into their respective top school of choice (within reason).
I also specialize in tutoring adults going back to college or applying to MBA programs.
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