Standardized admissions tests can be a high-stakes challenge for many students, so picking the right tutor is important. A tutor with past personal success on the SAT, ACT or LSAT is a good start, but no substitute for training & experience. Test prep has always been my focus; it's not an offshoot of other academic tutoring. I started working for The Princeton Review, a leader in test prep, in 2006. After teaching group classes and tutoring individual students, I became a SAT trainer, teaching & certifying new SAT instructors throughout the greater Cleveland area.
After moving on in 2011, I knew I wanted to keep tutoring and found Wyzant. It's been a great fit because it allows me and potential students to learn more about each other before deciding to move forward. Finding the right fit between tutor and student is very important to me. Because tutoring has to fit around my primary job, I'm limited in the number of students I can work with. If you're committed to improving a score and willing to put in the work, you deserve a tutor who's as dedicated as you are.
Have questions? I'm happy to answer any and all questions about standardized tests, timelines, schedules, expectations, etc. I'm usually able to respond the same day.
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