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The juilliard School (Master's)
I'm a graduate of Columbia University with a degree in Art History, and a graduate of The Juilliard School with a degree in Drama. I'm radically different from other tutors in that I have an Ivy League education plus an entertaining presence. I also have many years experience helping people learn. I work with students from the University to elementary level, and my specialty is high school and college prep. I achieved a top score on the SAT Verbal section, and won awards for my essays while in school.
I help you:
- Raise your SAT Verbal score
- Write a brilliant essay in English or History
- Understand Literature
- Prepare French, Italian or German
- Make explosive connections in Literature and History
- Manage your time and study skills
- Help you become a god
I bring a diverse set of educational tools (no whips) to a session, and I work with you holistically. That means I look at all aspects of how you work.
I am not for everyone, and I'm selective in choosing jobs.
If you like slow-thinking, quiet or pedantic tutors, I'm not for you.
If you have no sense of humor, I'm definitely not for you.
If you think Justin Bieber is amazing...I can help you.
While I stay on the Westside, I'm open to other areas depending on our contract. Howdy.
I'm a graduate of Columbia University with a degree in Art History, and a graduate of The Juilliard School with a degree in Drama. I'm radically different from other tutors in that I have an Ivy League education plus an
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