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David V.

Professional Nerd for Hire: ACT/SAT/LSAT/Academic

Professional Nerd for Hire: ACT/SAT/LSAT/Academic

$45/hour

  • 154 hours tutoring

  • Van Nuys, CA 91401

About David


Bio

Hello, I’m a professional tutor from Orlando with over 5 years of experience. My job is to help you learn whatever it is you need to learn so that you can achieve your goals.

I'm a recent graduate of Rollins College (Magna Cum Laude) with degrees in Anthropology, Religious Studies, and Archaeology. I began tutoring as an undergraduate there. A couple years later I was recruited by Princeton Review and then CORE Tutors to begin tutoring professionally. This means that I have over 6 years of...

Hello, I’m a professional tutor from Orlando with over 5 years of experience. My job is to help you learn whatever it is you need to learn so that you can achieve your goals.

I'm a recent graduate of Rollins College (Magna Cum Laude) with degrees in Anthropology, Religious Studies, and Archaeology. I began tutoring as an undergraduate there. A couple years later I was recruited by Princeton Review and then CORE Tutors to begin tutoring professionally. This means that I have over 6 years of experience tutoring, over 4 of which I have spent focusing on standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT, and LSAT.

I have a very flexible teaching style. Want to ace your history class? I can help you do that. Want to get better at playing poker? I can do that too. Want to just pass a class so you can get on with what you actually love? Whatever you want, I can do. I tutor a broad range of subjects, both academically oriented (standardized test preparation, math, history, etc) and personally oriented (the math behind poker, acting, film appreciation, learning new languages, etc). I can help you achieve your dreams, whatever they may be.

When working on academic subjects, I will always work to find out what specifically is giving you trouble. Once we find the gaps in your knowledge of key principles or fundamental skills, we can overcome any difficulties you face in that subject. This means that I have a very personalized approach. You will receive my undivided attention every time we meet until you feel confident in your knowledge of the subject.

This is what sets me apart from large test prep companies. You are the center of my focus, so you don’t have to waste time or money on things that you already understand. Instead, we can focus on providing extra support for your weak spots.

My schedule is very flexible; I will work around your time constraints. My rate reflects one on one tutoring. I offer discounts for group sessions, so if you have a friend also looking to learn, we can work out a deal. I look forward to working with you!

Here are some of my academic highlights: National AP Scholar, SAT- 2200, SAT II US History- 780, SAT II Biology- 720, LSAT- 170, Published researcher in the field of archaeology, years of tutoring and teaching experience with middle school to graduate students


Education

Rollins College
Anthropology

Policies

  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person and online
  • Hourly rate: $45 for in-person / $45 for online
  • Rate details: Group rate: $30/person
  • Travel policy: Within 5 miles of Van Nuys, CA 91401
  • Lesson cancellation: 24 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 6/10/2014

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Art

Film,

Film

I have worked on set with Valencia Productions, Enchanted Forge, Blackhart Films, Panama City Beach Film Team, and Eric Heller Productions. I have worked both as talent and as crew on several film sets. I have directed my own projects and assisted others with whatever project they have set their sights on.
Theater

Theater

I have worked as an actor for the past several years. I have performed both on stage and on the screen. My venues range from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to the Orlando Repertory Theater to some local fringe shows. Whatever it is you're working on, I can help.

Business

Public Speaking,

Public Speaking

I have worked as an actor for several years, and so have lots of experience with public speaking. Additionally, private schools in the Orlando area hire me to give lectures to parents about the process of preparing their children for college. This means that I have experience with public speaking both in a business setting and in an artistic/expressive setting.
Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word

Computer

Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word

Corporate Training

ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have worked as an ESL tutor for native French, Spanish, German, Czech, and Russian speakers. My lessons are geared towards teaching "language encounters" rather than focusing strictly on grammar. The best way to master a language is through conversation, not grammatical memorization. My teaching style reflects this.
Public Speaking,

Public Speaking

I have worked as an actor for several years, and so have lots of experience with public speaking. Additionally, private schools in the Orlando area hire me to give lectures to parents about the process of preparing their children for college. This means that I have experience with public speaking both in a business setting and in an artistic/expressive setting.
Grammar, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Proofreading

Elementary Education

Study Skills,

Study Skills

Many students feel overwhelmed with the sheer volume of information that is presented to them through their classes, lectures, and textbooks. My study skills classes help students learn organizational skills, time management, reading/listening comprehension, and note taking. While these sorts of organizational habits come naturally to some, others have a hard time putting all of their resources into a single, understandable, and cohesive whole. The study skills I teach are applicable from elementary school to graduate coursework.
Elementary Math, Elementary Science, Grammar, Reading, Spelling, Vocabulary

English

ACT English,

ACT English

I have worked as a standardized test prep teacher for the past 4 years, both with national test prep companies and on my own. My ACT English lessons focus on learning the underlying grammatical rules that the ACT tests. Additionally, I will work with you to develop time management skills. Then we will put both parts together to create a cohesive test taking strategy geared towards earning you your highest possible score.
ACT Reading,

ACT Reading

I have worked as a standardized test prep teacher for the past 4 years, both with national test prep companies and on my own. My ACT reading lessons focus on understanding the key principles that underly the reading comprehension section. Additionally, I will work with you to develop time management skills. Then we will put both parts together to create a cohesive test taking strategy geared towards earning you your highest possible score.
English,

English

I worked as a writing consultant to undergraduate and graduate students while at Rollins College. Additionally, I worked as the editor of the Rollins College Undergraduate Research Journal. I am a contributing author of three scientific articles. Those articles are: slave law in Ancient Rome (2010), gender norms in the virtual world (2011), and archaeology of the Swahili coast and the African hinterland (2013).
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have worked as an ESL tutor for native French, Spanish, German, Czech, and Russian speakers. My lessons are geared towards teaching "language encounters" rather than focusing strictly on grammar. The best way to master a language is through conversation, not grammatical memorization. My teaching style reflects this.
Public Speaking,

Public Speaking

I have worked as an actor for several years, and so have lots of experience with public speaking. Additionally, private schools in the Orlando area hire me to give lectures to parents about the process of preparing their children for college. This means that I have experience with public speaking both in a business setting and in an artistic/expressive setting.
SAT Reading,

SAT Reading

I scored a 750 on my SAT Critical Reading. Our lessons will focus both on building up a solid vocabulary foundation and on showing how formulaic SAT reading passages are. You will learn the skills needed to dissect the passages so that you can identify the function of specific parts in the passage, the meaning of the passage, and inferences that the author makes. As we build up the knowledge base that the critical reading section requires, we will also work on understanding basic test taking skills that the SAT demands such as identifying when to skip questions, knowing how many questions are needed to achieve a certain score, knowing how to save time, and so on. We will then put these two aspects together to create a personalized test taking strategy geared towards earning you your highest possible score.
SAT Writing,

SAT Writing

I scored a 780 on my SAT writing section with an essay score of 11. I have worked as a standardized test prep teacher for the past 4 years, both with national test prep companies and on my own. My SAT English lessons focus on learning the underlying grammatical rules that the SAT tests. Additionally, I will work with you to develop test taking strategies such as time management, knowing how to guess and skip, answer elimination, etc. Then we will put both parts together to create a cohesive test taking strategy geared towards earning you your highest possible score.
Writing,

Writing

I worked as a writing consultant to undergraduate and graduate students while at Rollins College. Additionally, I worked as the editor of the Rollins College Undergraduate Research Journal. I am a contributing author of three scientific articles. Those articles are: slave law in Ancient Rome (2010), gender norms in the virtual world (2011), and archaeology of the Swahili coast and the African hinterland (2013).
Grammar, Literature, Proofreading, Reading, Spelling, Vocabulary

History

Anthropology,

Anthropology

I graduated from Rollins College Magna Cum Laude. I earned my degree in Anthropology with honors. While there I worked as a TA for the head of the Anthropology program.
Bible Studies,

Bible Studies

I majored in Religious Studies at Rollins College. My coursework included several classes on both the Old and New Testament, ancient Jewish thought, ancient Christian thought, and the history of religion. I worked as a TA for several of the Religious Studies professors. Consequently, I can help you approach your bible study class from a literary perspective, a historical perspective, or a theological perspective.
Religion,

Religion

I graduated from Rollins College Magna Cum Laude. I earned a degree in Religious Studies with honors. While at Rollins I worked as a TA for two professors in the Religious Studies department.
Social Studies,

Social Studies

I minored in social studies coursework while in college. The coursework included a range of topics from early history of the New World to modern politics. Many people see Social Studies as an impenetrable list of dates and names. My lessons are designed to show you the story behind everything so that my clients can engage with the material in a meaningful way.
World History,

World History

While in high school, I earned a 5 on the World History AP exam and a 5 on the US History AP exam. Additionally, I earned a 780 on the US History SAT II. While in college, I minored in archaeology. My coursework included extensive study of the history of the world from 50,000 years up to the modern day. During that time I published a paper on ancient Rome (2010) and African archaeology (2013). Additionally, I worked as the social sciences editor for the Rollins College Undergraduate Research Journal. My world history lessons are not just focused on rote memorization of people, places, and dates. Rather, they are geared towards helping my clients understand the forces of history that clashed to create the modern world.
American History, Geography, Government & Politics

Homeschool

English,

English

I worked as a writing consultant to undergraduate and graduate students while at Rollins College. Additionally, I worked as the editor of the Rollins College Undergraduate Research Journal. I am a contributing author of three scientific articles. Those articles are: slave law in Ancient Rome (2010), gender norms in the virtual world (2011), and archaeology of the Swahili coast and the African hinterland (2013).
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have worked as an ESL tutor for native French, Spanish, German, Czech, and Russian speakers. My lessons are geared towards teaching "language encounters" rather than focusing strictly on grammar. The best way to master a language is through conversation, not grammatical memorization. My teaching style reflects this.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have worked as a pre-algebra/algebra I teacher with the after school program "Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida." I have experience teaching the subject one on one or in a group setting. Each lesson will be planned around learning a single formula or group of related formulas. After sufficient review of the central lesson for the day, we will focus on seeing the variety of settings in which those formulas could be used.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

As an undergrad at Rollins I worked as a TA for several professors in the math department. My responsibilities included creating test content, running study sessions, and teaching individual sections within the larger class. Our math sessions will begin by looking at the general strategy to the SAT math test to create a plan of attack. We will go over important test taking skills such as time management, guessing vs skipping, shortcuts, etc. Then we do a review of the formulas that will appear on the test. At that point we will be able to put these two parts together to create a personalized test taking strategy that you can use to earn your highest possible score.
SAT Reading,

SAT Reading

I scored a 750 on my SAT Critical Reading. Our lessons will focus both on building up a solid vocabulary foundation and on showing how formulaic SAT reading passages are. You will learn the skills needed to dissect the passages so that you can identify the function of specific parts in the passage, the meaning of the passage, and inferences that the author makes. As we build up the knowledge base that the critical reading section requires, we will also work on understanding basic test taking skills that the SAT demands such as identifying when to skip questions, knowing how many questions are needed to achieve a certain score, knowing how to save time, and so on. We will then put these two aspects together to create a personalized test taking strategy geared towards earning you your highest possible score.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

Many students feel overwhelmed with the sheer volume of information that is presented to them through their classes, lectures, and textbooks. My study skills classes help students learn organizational skills, time management, reading/listening comprehension, and note taking. While these sorts of organizational habits come naturally to some, others have a hard time putting all of their resources into a single, understandable, and cohesive whole. The study skills I teach are applicable from elementary school to graduate coursework.
Writing,

Writing

I worked as a writing consultant to undergraduate and graduate students while at Rollins College. Additionally, I worked as the editor of the Rollins College Undergraduate Research Journal. I am a contributing author of three scientific articles. Those articles are: slave law in Ancient Rome (2010), gender norms in the virtual world (2011), and archaeology of the Swahili coast and the African hinterland (2013).
Algebra 1, Biology, Geometry, Reading, Spelling

Language

ESL/ESOL

ESL/ESOL

I have worked as an ESL tutor for native French, Spanish, German, Czech, and Russian speakers. My lessons are geared towards teaching "language encounters" rather than focusing strictly on grammar. The best way to master a language is through conversation, not grammatical memorization. My teaching style reflects this.

Math

ACT Math,

ACT Math

As an undergrad at Rollins I worked as a TA for several professors in the math department. My responsibilities included creating test content, running study sessions, and teaching individual sections within the larger class. Our math sessions will begin by looking at the general strategy to the ACT math test to create a plan of attack. We will go over important test taking skills such as time management, answer elimination, shortcuts, etc. Then we will review the formulas that will appear on the test. At that point we will be able to put these two parts together to create a personalized test taking strategy that you can use to earn your highest possible score.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have worked as a pre-algebra/algebra I teacher with the after school program "Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida." I have experience teaching the subject one on one or in a group setting. Each lesson will be planned around learning a single formula or group of related formulas. After sufficient review of the central lesson for the day, we will focus on seeing the variety of settings in which those formulas could be used.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

As an undergrad at Rollins I worked as a TA for several professors in the math department. My responsibilities included creating test content, running study sessions, and teaching individual sections within the larger class. Our math sessions will begin by looking at the general strategy to the SAT math test to create a plan of attack. We will go over important test taking skills such as time management, guessing vs skipping, shortcuts, etc. Then we do a review of the formulas that will appear on the test. At that point we will be able to put these two parts together to create a personalized test taking strategy that you can use to earn your highest possible score.
Algebra 1, Geometry, Probability

Most Popular

English,

English

I worked as a writing consultant to undergraduate and graduate students while at Rollins College. Additionally, I worked as the editor of the Rollins College Undergraduate Research Journal. I am a contributing author of three scientific articles. Those articles are: slave law in Ancient Rome (2010), gender norms in the virtual world (2011), and archaeology of the Swahili coast and the African hinterland (2013).
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have worked as an ESL tutor for native French, Spanish, German, Czech, and Russian speakers. My lessons are geared towards teaching "language encounters" rather than focusing strictly on grammar. The best way to master a language is through conversation, not grammatical memorization. My teaching style reflects this.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I have worked as a pre-algebra/algebra I teacher with the after school program "Boys and Girls Club of Central Florida." I have experience teaching the subject one on one or in a group setting. Each lesson will be planned around learning a single formula or group of related formulas. After sufficient review of the central lesson for the day, we will focus on seeing the variety of settings in which those formulas could be used.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

Many students feel overwhelmed with the sheer volume of information that is presented to them through their classes, lectures, and textbooks. My study skills classes help students learn organizational skills, time management, reading/listening comprehension, and note taking. While these sorts of organizational habits come naturally to some, others have a hard time putting all of their resources into a single, understandable, and cohesive whole. The study skills I teach are applicable from elementary school to graduate coursework.
Writing,

Writing

I worked as a writing consultant to undergraduate and graduate students while at Rollins College. Additionally, I worked as the editor of the Rollins College Undergraduate Research Journal. I am a contributing author of three scientific articles. Those articles are: slave law in Ancient Rome (2010), gender norms in the virtual world (2011), and archaeology of the Swahili coast and the African hinterland (2013).
Algebra 1, Biology, Geometry, Reading

Other

Bible Studies,

Bible Studies

I majored in Religious Studies at Rollins College. My coursework included several classes on both the Old and New Testament, ancient Jewish thought, ancient Christian thought, and the history of religion. I worked as a TA for several of the Religious Studies professors. Consequently, I can help you approach your bible study class from a literary perspective, a historical perspective, or a theological perspective.
College Counseling,

College Counseling

I have worked as an SAT/ACT tutor for several years. For me, that job includes working with my client to figure out what colleges they would like to attend and what is required to get them into those colleges. I coach my clients through the college application process (including essay), as well as through any interview process that their school requires. Lastly, I help my clients navigate the various submission deadlines (AP scores, SAT/ACT scores, transcripts, financial aid, etc) so that nothing falls through the cracks.
ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have worked as an ESL tutor for native French, Spanish, German, Czech, and Russian speakers. My lessons are geared towards teaching "language encounters" rather than focusing strictly on grammar. The best way to master a language is through conversation, not grammatical memorization. My teaching style reflects this.
Religion,

Religion

I graduated from Rollins College Magna Cum Laude. I earned a degree in Religious Studies with honors. While at Rollins I worked as a TA for two professors in the Religious Studies department.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

Many students feel overwhelmed with the sheer volume of information that is presented to them through their classes, lectures, and textbooks. My study skills classes help students learn organizational skills, time management, reading/listening comprehension, and note taking. While these sorts of organizational habits come naturally to some, others have a hard time putting all of their resources into a single, understandable, and cohesive whole. The study skills I teach are applicable from elementary school to graduate coursework.
Geography, Government & Politics

Science

Anthropology,

Anthropology

I graduated from Rollins College Magna Cum Laude. I earned my degree in Anthropology with honors. While there I worked as a TA for the head of the Anthropology program.
Archaeology,

Archaeology

I graduated Magna Cum Laude from Rollins College. While there I earned a degree with honors in Archaeology. Additionally, I worked with a professor on his original research concerning the development of Swahili city states from the 12th to the 18th centuries.
ACT Science, Biology, Physical Science, Psychology

Special Needs

Study Skills

Study Skills

Many students feel overwhelmed with the sheer volume of information that is presented to them through their classes, lectures, and textbooks. My study skills classes help students learn organizational skills, time management, reading/listening comprehension, and note taking. While these sorts of organizational habits come naturally to some, others have a hard time putting all of their resources into a single, understandable, and cohesive whole. The study skills I teach are applicable from elementary school to graduate coursework.

Sports/Recreation

Poker

Poker

I began tutoring probability, statistics, and logic while in college. The concepts taught in those classes are fundamental to understanding any statistics based game. I teach people to see the math behind the game so that they can come out ahead. Additionally I have experience playing in several local poker leagues.

Summer

ESL/ESOL,

ESL/ESOL

I have worked as an ESL tutor for native French, Spanish, German, Czech, and Russian speakers. My lessons are geared towards teaching "language encounters" rather than focusing strictly on grammar. The best way to master a language is through conversation, not grammatical memorization. My teaching style reflects this.
GED,

GED

I have worked as a standardized test prep tutor for over four years, working with clients on the SAT, ACT, GRE, GED, and LSAT. My lessons are geared towards teaching you the strategy that underlies each test. Once we have covered testing strategies (how many question to answer, time management, how to eliminate answer choices/guess appropriately, etc.) we will begin to cover the actual material in the test by completing previously administered tests.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

As an undergrad at Rollins I worked as a TA for several professors in the math department. My responsibilities included creating test content, running study sessions, and teaching individual sections within the larger class. Our math sessions will begin by looking at the general strategy to the SAT math test to create a plan of attack. We will go over important test taking skills such as time management, guessing vs skipping, shortcuts, etc. Then we do a review of the formulas that will appear on the test. At that point we will be able to put these two parts together to create a personalized test taking strategy that you can use to earn your highest possible score.
Study Skills,

Study Skills

Many students feel overwhelmed with the sheer volume of information that is presented to them through their classes, lectures, and textbooks. My study skills classes help students learn organizational skills, time management, reading/listening comprehension, and note taking. While these sorts of organizational habits come naturally to some, others have a hard time putting all of their resources into a single, understandable, and cohesive whole. The study skills I teach are applicable from elementary school to graduate coursework.
Writing,

Writing

I worked as a writing consultant to undergraduate and graduate students while at Rollins College. Additionally, I worked as the editor of the Rollins College Undergraduate Research Journal. I am a contributing author of three scientific articles. Those articles are: slave law in Ancient Rome (2010), gender norms in the virtual world (2011), and archaeology of the Swahili coast and the African hinterland (2013).
Algebra 1, Biology, Geometry, Reading

Test Preparation

ACT English,

ACT English

I have worked as a standardized test prep teacher for the past 4 years, both with national test prep companies and on my own. My ACT English lessons focus on learning the underlying grammatical rules that the ACT tests. Additionally, I will work with you to develop time management skills. Then we will put both parts together to create a cohesive test taking strategy geared towards earning you your highest possible score.
ACT Math,

ACT Math

As an undergrad at Rollins I worked as a TA for several professors in the math department. My responsibilities included creating test content, running study sessions, and teaching individual sections within the larger class. Our math sessions will begin by looking at the general strategy to the ACT math test to create a plan of attack. We will go over important test taking skills such as time management, answer elimination, shortcuts, etc. Then we will review the formulas that will appear on the test. At that point we will be able to put these two parts together to create a personalized test taking strategy that you can use to earn your highest possible score.
ACT Reading,

ACT Reading

I have worked as a standardized test prep teacher for the past 4 years, both with national test prep companies and on my own. My ACT reading lessons focus on understanding the key principles that underly the reading comprehension section. Additionally, I will work with you to develop time management skills. Then we will put both parts together to create a cohesive test taking strategy geared towards earning you your highest possible score.
College Counseling,

College Counseling

I have worked as an SAT/ACT tutor for several years. For me, that job includes working with my client to figure out what colleges they would like to attend and what is required to get them into those colleges. I coach my clients through the college application process (including essay), as well as through any interview process that their school requires. Lastly, I help my clients navigate the various submission deadlines (AP scores, SAT/ACT scores, transcripts, financial aid, etc) so that nothing falls through the cracks.
GED,

GED

I have worked as a standardized test prep tutor for over four years, working with clients on the SAT, ACT, GRE, GED, and LSAT. My lessons are geared towards teaching you the strategy that underlies each test. Once we have covered testing strategies (how many question to answer, time management, how to eliminate answer choices/guess appropriately, etc.) we will begin to cover the actual material in the test by completing previously administered tests.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

As an undergrad at Rollins I worked as a TA for several professors in the math department. My responsibilities included creating test content, running study sessions, and teaching individual sections within the larger class. Our math sessions will begin by looking at the general strategy to the SAT math test to create a plan of attack. We will go over important test taking skills such as time management, guessing vs skipping, shortcuts, etc. Then we do a review of the formulas that will appear on the test. At that point we will be able to put these two parts together to create a personalized test taking strategy that you can use to earn your highest possible score.
SAT Reading,

SAT Reading

I scored a 750 on my SAT Critical Reading. Our lessons will focus both on building up a solid vocabulary foundation and on showing how formulaic SAT reading passages are. You will learn the skills needed to dissect the passages so that you can identify the function of specific parts in the passage, the meaning of the passage, and inferences that the author makes. As we build up the knowledge base that the critical reading section requires, we will also work on understanding basic test taking skills that the SAT demands such as identifying when to skip questions, knowing how many questions are needed to achieve a certain score, knowing how to save time, and so on. We will then put these two aspects together to create a personalized test taking strategy geared towards earning you your highest possible score.
SAT Writing,

SAT Writing

I scored a 780 on my SAT writing section with an essay score of 11. I have worked as a standardized test prep teacher for the past 4 years, both with national test prep companies and on my own. My SAT English lessons focus on learning the underlying grammatical rules that the SAT tests. Additionally, I will work with you to develop test taking strategies such as time management, knowing how to guess and skip, answer elimination, etc. Then we will put both parts together to create a cohesive test taking strategy geared towards earning you your highest possible score.
ACT Science, LSAT, PSAT

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Knowledgeable , patient, observant. and skilled tutor

The best and most potentially successful attributes of my experiences, accomplishments and forward looking goals , and how these can be related in a manner that yields the best assessments of Mitchell upon review for admission

james, 6 lessons with David

ACT tutoring

David has step by step worked with my son on test taking techniques for the upcoming ACT. He is friendly, knowledgeable and very easy to talk to

Adrian , 8 lessons with David

Excellent Tutor

David is a wonderful tutor, he is always on time and is very patient. He explains things with simplicity and has a great understanding of the subject. He is very professional and has done an amazing job so far.

Cristina, 5 lessons with David

Great tutor

We were visiting Orlando and thought an English tutor can help my kids to improve their English. David was a great tutor. From the first meeting with them, he managed to find their areas of interest to encourage them to speak. He was always right on time and well prepared with activities. My kids had a great time.

Nora, 5 lessons with David
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