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Corey L.

Ivy League Math/Sciences/Business Tutor

Ivy League Math/Sciences/Business Tutor

$120/hour

  • 2,357 hours tutoring

  • Cary, NC 27513

About Corey


Bio

Hello, and welcome to Corey L. Tutoring.

I believe that everyone has the potential to accomplish great feats and do their part to make the world a better place. Often, we face challenging obstacles that we struggle to overcome alone. I’m here to help people triumph over their challenges and achieve their goals.

How I Help

When I tutor, my job goes beyond helping a student pass a test.

Every topic we learn, we review and build on the fundamentals that came before. Many students today are...

Hello, and welcome to Corey L. Tutoring.

I believe that everyone has the potential to accomplish great feats and do their part to make the world a better place. Often, we face challenging obstacles that we struggle to overcome alone. I’m here to help people triumph over their challenges and achieve their goals.

How I Help

When I tutor, my job goes beyond helping a student pass a test.

Every topic we learn, we review and build on the fundamentals that came before. Many students today are victims of a test-obsessed education system that teaches them how to pass their next test, but not how to understand and apply the material to future lessons. As a result, many students start to struggle with subjects they once enjoyed, and they can’t figure out why. Often, the student actually understands the current material, but struggles because of simple mistakes from concepts they were supposedly taught long before. Instead, my students and I rebuild the fundamentals alongside their new topics. As a result, we don’t just ace the test; we revitalize the student’s confidence.

Every topic we learn, we also practice skill of learning. Learning should be a life-long pursuit, yet our education system never explicitly teaches students how to learn. When I tutor, “How to Learn” is the most important skill I teach. Every lesson, we go beyond how to solve questions on a test; we practice thought experiments and abstract reasoning, and we connect the current concept to principles from past lessons and “sneak peeks” of future material. When I do my job, we create a self-sufficient learner who no longer needs me. That’s my definition of success.

I recently checked-in with a former student’s mother, just to ask how he was. I did not ask for feedback, but I got the following response:

“Tristan does really well. He just started his junior year [in college]. Time is really whizzing by! Currently a cumulative GPA of 3.989. I strongly believe the reason he does so well (other than working hard, which he does) is due to your help at the right time. He thinks very highly of you and often mentions just how much you’ve helped him, and how much he enjoyed working with you. Math and science became his favorite courses after you started teaching him. I only regret one thing, and that is that we didn’t’ know you sooner. I would have let you teach him all his middle and high school math and science courses!”

What I do

I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012 with two degrees, with honors: a BSE in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, and a BSE in Undergraduate Business from Wharton. Since I started tutoring in 2012, I’ve spent more than 2000 hours tutoring students of all ages (from 11 to 46) face-to-face and online across a wide variety of subjects and levels.

If you have trouble with any of the following subjects, I can help.
•Math, including Pre-algebra through Statistics and Multi-Variable Calculus
•Science, including Physics, Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry, with Calculus
•Business, including Accounting, Finance, Economics, and Operations
•German, including business and economic vocabulary
•Standardized Tests, including the SAT, SAT II, ACT, AP, GRE, LSAT, and GMAT

If you need help, please contact me at (919) 696-7994, either by phone call or by text. I will respond within 24 hours. I look forward to helping you succeed!

Sincerely,

Corey Lerch


Education

University of Pennsylvania
Chemical Engineering

Policies

  • Hourly rate: $120
  • Rate details: I don't normally charge for driving or gas, but I ask that lessons last at least 90 minutes to account for travel time and cost.
  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person and online
  • Travel policy: Within 25 miles of Cary, NC 27513
  • Lesson cancellation: 36 hours notice required
  • Background check passed on 12/9/2014

  • Your first lesson is backed by our Good Fit Guarantee

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Subjects

Business

Finance,

Finance

I have an undergraduate business degree from Wharton Business School, including 2 semesters of education in Finance. I also carry Series 6 and 63 securities licenses from FINRA.
Financial Accounting,

Financial Accounting

I studied both financial and managerial accounting at Wharton Business school as an undergraduate. I also taught the whole managerial accounting course to my roommate at the time, so I have practice teaching the material in a way that makes sense to the student.
GMAT,

GMAT

I graduated from Penn's Wharton Business School and School of Engineering with 2 honors degrees in 2012. Between the two degrees, I can confidently teach you to handle all sections of the GMAT: Verbal, Writing, Reasoning, and especially Quantitative. My most recent GMAT score: 760 (99th percentile), including perfect scores in writing and integrated reasoning.
Macroeconomics,

Macroeconomics

I have a Bachelors Degree from Wharton at UPenn in undergraduate business, with 4 semesters of study in Economics, including 2 honors courses. I earned an A or A+ in all 4 courses.
Managerial Accounting,

Managerial Accounting

I studied both financial and managerial accounting at Wharton Business school as an undergraduate. I also taught the whole managerial accounting course to my roommate at the time, so I have practice teaching the material in a way that makes sense to the student.
Microeconomics

Microeconomics

I have a Bachelors Degree from Wharton at UPenn in undergraduate business, with 4 semesters of study in Economics, including 2 honors courses. I earned an A or A+ in all 4 courses.

Corporate Training

Finance,

Finance

I have an undergraduate business degree from Wharton Business School, including 2 semesters of education in Finance. I also carry Series 6 and 63 securities licenses from FINRA.
German,

German

I've studied German for 10 years, starting in 6th grade and including 4 semester of study in college. I passed the German AP exam with a score of 5 (max is 5). I also studied abroad for two months in the Summer of 2011.
GMAT,

GMAT

I graduated from Penn's Wharton Business School and School of Engineering with 2 honors degrees in 2012. Between the two degrees, I can confidently teach you to handle all sections of the GMAT: Verbal, Writing, Reasoning, and especially Quantitative. My most recent GMAT score: 760 (99th percentile), including perfect scores in writing and integrated reasoning.
Macroeconomics,

Macroeconomics

I have a Bachelors Degree from Wharton at UPenn in undergraduate business, with 4 semesters of study in Economics, including 2 honors courses. I earned an A or A+ in all 4 courses.
Microeconomics,

Microeconomics

I have a Bachelors Degree from Wharton at UPenn in undergraduate business, with 4 semesters of study in Economics, including 2 honors courses. I earned an A or A+ in all 4 courses.
Statistics

Statistics

I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League) with Honors (GPA >3.4) with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Math curriculum included 2 semesters of instruction in statistics and probability, both passed with grades A- or higher. I've successfully tutored several students in statistics on a recurring basis.

Elementary Education

Elementary Math

Elementary Math

I believe Math is the most important subject for a young student. Beyond setting the groundwork for more advanced math later, it teaches the problem-solving and pattern recognition techniques that every subject needs. As a result, I believe a tutor should focus on the underlying problems and patters in the math rather than the rote memorization that will only help the student pass their next quiz.

English

English,

English

I have two undergraduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, with one semester of Writing Seminar included in the curriculum (passed with an A-). I also scored 740 and 680 on the SAT Writing and Reading sections, respectively, while in high school. I'm particularly well-suited to teaching grammar, since fluent command of German requires mastery of grammar concepts we tend to take for granted in English.
ACT English, ACT Reading, SAT Writing

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra represents a fundamental transition and new way of thinking for every math student. Many students, myself included, needed some help making that transition, but once it's made the subject can be surprisingly easy. I think it's my job to help the student understand how to think so eventually, they learn the material on their own with ease.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I took Algebra II (Honors) in my freshman year of high school and passed with high marks. I've also had a lot of practice since then, since I faced a lot of algebra-intense problems in the physics and engineering classes I took at UPenn.
Calculus,

Calculus

I took two years of calculus as a high school student and another 3 semesters in college. I struggled with calculus for a while before it "clicked" and I started to understand it intuitively. I've also had a lot of practice sharing that understanding with my peers. I think Calculus is when a student truly starts to understand how elegant math can be.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

I studied Chemistry in my Sophomore year of high school, and I had one of those teachers that changes your life. I took AP Chemistry in my junior year, passed the AP exam with a 5 (highest score). I also qualified for the National Chemistry Olympiad at the state level twice (top twelve high school chemistry students in the state). I went on to study Chemical Engineering at an Ivy League school. I've also tutored Chemistry before at the request of my high school chemistry teacher.
English,

English

I have two undergraduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, with one semester of Writing Seminar included in the curriculum (passed with an A-). I also scored 740 and 680 on the SAT Writing and Reading sections, respectively, while in high school. I'm particularly well-suited to teaching grammar, since fluent command of German requires mastery of grammar concepts we tend to take for granted in English.
Geometry,

Geometry

I took Geometry in 8th grade. Of all fields of mathematics, I find Geometry most intuitive. Because of that, I have a lot of practice conveying that intuitive understanding to my peers.
Macroeconomics,

Macroeconomics

I have a Bachelors Degree from Wharton at UPenn in undergraduate business, with 4 semesters of study in Economics, including 2 honors courses. I earned an A or A+ in all 4 courses.
Microeconomics,

Microeconomics

I have a Bachelors Degree from Wharton at UPenn in undergraduate business, with 4 semesters of study in Economics, including 2 honors courses. I earned an A or A+ in all 4 courses.
Physics,

Physics

I have a degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League school). Curriculum included two courses in Physics, both passed with grades of A and A+. I've successfully tutored physics for multiple students on a recurring basis.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I took Prealgebra in 6th grade. Though I'd always been a strong math student, I struggled with the transition to the higher level concepts. I overcame that lack of intuitive understanding, however, and went on to a fruitful study of mathematics up through six semesters of calculus. I believe I can help a struggling student make the transition from arithmetic to higher mathematical concepts.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Precalculus may be the most important year of math high school students take. As an engineering graduate, commanding calculus was critical for my education. However, I saw many intelligent peers struggle with math not because they couldn't understand the calculus, but because they lacked strong precalculus fundamentals. I believe that once students establish that strong base in precalculus and learn to apply it to the more complex concepts, they tend to succeed in precalculus and beyond.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I took the Math SAT twice without any preparatory classes, scoring 780 and 800. I also scored 800 on the Math SAT II. I believe the secret to success on the Math SAT is solid fundamentals, pattern recognition, and understanding the questions.
Statistics

Statistics

I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League) with Honors (GPA >3.4) with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Math curriculum included 2 semesters of instruction in statistics and probability, both passed with grades A- or higher. I've successfully tutored several students in statistics on a recurring basis.

Language

German

German

I've studied German for 10 years, starting in 6th grade and including 4 semester of study in college. I passed the German AP exam with a score of 5 (max is 5). I also studied abroad for two months in the Summer of 2011.

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra represents a fundamental transition and new way of thinking for every math student. Many students, myself included, needed some help making that transition, but once it's made the subject can be surprisingly easy. I think it's my job to help the student understand how to think so eventually, they learn the material on their own with ease.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I took Algebra II (Honors) in my freshman year of high school and passed with high marks. I've also had a lot of practice since then, since I faced a lot of algebra-intense problems in the physics and engineering classes I took at UPenn.
Calculus,

Calculus

I took two years of calculus as a high school student and another 3 semesters in college. I struggled with calculus for a while before it "clicked" and I started to understand it intuitively. I've also had a lot of practice sharing that understanding with my peers. I think Calculus is when a student truly starts to understand how elegant math can be.
Chemical Engineering,

Chemical Engineering

I earned a BSE with honors from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League) in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. As part of my senior design project, I used the accumulated knowledge to design a complete process, simulated in ASPEN, for the renewable production of para-xylene from biomass.
Geometry,

Geometry

I took Geometry in 8th grade. Of all fields of mathematics, I find Geometry most intuitive. Because of that, I have a lot of practice conveying that intuitive understanding to my peers.
Physics,

Physics

I have a degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League school). Curriculum included two courses in Physics, both passed with grades of A and A+. I've successfully tutored physics for multiple students on a recurring basis.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I took Prealgebra in 6th grade. Though I'd always been a strong math student, I struggled with the transition to the higher level concepts. I overcame that lack of intuitive understanding, however, and went on to a fruitful study of mathematics up through six semesters of calculus. I believe I can help a struggling student make the transition from arithmetic to higher mathematical concepts.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Precalculus may be the most important year of math high school students take. As an engineering graduate, commanding calculus was critical for my education. However, I saw many intelligent peers struggle with math not because they couldn't understand the calculus, but because they lacked strong precalculus fundamentals. I believe that once students establish that strong base in precalculus and learn to apply it to the more complex concepts, they tend to succeed in precalculus and beyond.
Probability,

Probability

If a situation is repeated again and again, the observed proportion of successful outcomes will tend to approach the theoretical probability that any one of the outcomes will be a success
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I took the Math SAT twice without any preparatory classes, scoring 780 and 800. I also scored 800 on the Math SAT II. I believe the secret to success on the Math SAT is solid fundamentals, pattern recognition, and understanding the questions.
Statistics,

Statistics

I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League) with Honors (GPA >3.4) with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Math curriculum included 2 semesters of instruction in statistics and probability, both passed with grades A- or higher. I've successfully tutored several students in statistics on a recurring basis.
Trigonometry,

Trigonometry

I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League) with Honors (GPA >3.4) with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Math curriculum included 4 semesters of calculus and two of statistics and probability. I've successfully tutored multiple students in all math subjects through and including calculus. I also scored 800s on the Math SAT 1 and 2, and 5s (max 5) on the Calc AB and Calc BC CollegeBoard AP exams.
ACT Math

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra represents a fundamental transition and new way of thinking for every math student. Many students, myself included, needed some help making that transition, but once it's made the subject can be surprisingly easy. I think it's my job to help the student understand how to think so eventually, they learn the material on their own with ease.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I took Algebra II (Honors) in my freshman year of high school and passed with high marks. I've also had a lot of practice since then, since I faced a lot of algebra-intense problems in the physics and engineering classes I took at UPenn.
Calculus,

Calculus

I took two years of calculus as a high school student and another 3 semesters in college. I struggled with calculus for a while before it "clicked" and I started to understand it intuitively. I've also had a lot of practice sharing that understanding with my peers. I think Calculus is when a student truly starts to understand how elegant math can be.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

I studied Chemistry in my Sophomore year of high school, and I had one of those teachers that changes your life. I took AP Chemistry in my junior year, passed the AP exam with a 5 (highest score). I also qualified for the National Chemistry Olympiad at the state level twice (top twelve high school chemistry students in the state). I went on to study Chemical Engineering at an Ivy League school. I've also tutored Chemistry before at the request of my high school chemistry teacher.
English,

English

I have two undergraduate degrees from the University of Pennsylvania, with one semester of Writing Seminar included in the curriculum (passed with an A-). I also scored 740 and 680 on the SAT Writing and Reading sections, respectively, while in high school. I'm particularly well-suited to teaching grammar, since fluent command of German requires mastery of grammar concepts we tend to take for granted in English.
Geometry,

Geometry

I took Geometry in 8th grade. Of all fields of mathematics, I find Geometry most intuitive. Because of that, I have a lot of practice conveying that intuitive understanding to my peers.
Physics,

Physics

I have a degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League school). Curriculum included two courses in Physics, both passed with grades of A and A+. I've successfully tutored physics for multiple students on a recurring basis.
Prealgebra,

Prealgebra

I took Prealgebra in 6th grade. Though I'd always been a strong math student, I struggled with the transition to the higher level concepts. I overcame that lack of intuitive understanding, however, and went on to a fruitful study of mathematics up through six semesters of calculus. I believe I can help a struggling student make the transition from arithmetic to higher mathematical concepts.
Precalculus,

Precalculus

Precalculus may be the most important year of math high school students take. As an engineering graduate, commanding calculus was critical for my education. However, I saw many intelligent peers struggle with math not because they couldn't understand the calculus, but because they lacked strong precalculus fundamentals. I believe that once students establish that strong base in precalculus and learn to apply it to the more complex concepts, they tend to succeed in precalculus and beyond.
Statistics

Statistics

I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League) with Honors (GPA >3.4) with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Math curriculum included 2 semesters of instruction in statistics and probability, both passed with grades A- or higher. I've successfully tutored several students in statistics on a recurring basis.

Other

Finance,

Finance

I have an undergraduate business degree from Wharton Business School, including 2 semesters of education in Finance. I also carry Series 6 and 63 securities licenses from FINRA.
Macroeconomics,

Macroeconomics

I have a Bachelors Degree from Wharton at UPenn in undergraduate business, with 4 semesters of study in Economics, including 2 honors courses. I earned an A or A+ in all 4 courses.
Microeconomics

Microeconomics

I have a Bachelors Degree from Wharton at UPenn in undergraduate business, with 4 semesters of study in Economics, including 2 honors courses. I earned an A or A+ in all 4 courses.

Science

Chemical Engineering,

Chemical Engineering

I earned a BSE with honors from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League) in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. As part of my senior design project, I used the accumulated knowledge to design a complete process, simulated in ASPEN, for the renewable production of para-xylene from biomass.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

I studied Chemistry in my Sophomore year of high school, and I had one of those teachers that changes your life. I took AP Chemistry in my junior year, passed the AP exam with a 5 (highest score). I also qualified for the National Chemistry Olympiad at the state level twice (top twelve high school chemistry students in the state). I went on to study Chemical Engineering at an Ivy League school. I've also tutored Chemistry before at the request of my high school chemistry teacher.
Organic Chemistry,

Organic Chemistry

I graduated with honors (GPA >3.4) from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League) with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Curriculum included two semesters of lecture and one semester of laboratory organic chemistry. I've tutored 4 students in Organic Chemistry so far, all of whom used my services on a recurring basis throughout the semester.
Physics

Physics

I have a degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League school). Curriculum included two courses in Physics, both passed with grades of A and A+. I've successfully tutored physics for multiple students on a recurring basis.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Algebra represents a fundamental transition and new way of thinking for every math student. Many students, myself included, needed some help making that transition, but once it's made the subject can be surprisingly easy. I think it's my job to help the student understand how to think so eventually, they learn the material on their own with ease.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I took Algebra II (Honors) in my freshman year of high school and passed with high marks. I've also had a lot of practice since then, since I faced a lot of algebra-intense problems in the physics and engineering classes I took at UPenn.
Calculus,

Calculus

I took two years of calculus as a high school student and another 3 semesters in college. I struggled with calculus for a while before it "clicked" and I started to understand it intuitively. I've also had a lot of practice sharing that understanding with my peers. I think Calculus is when a student truly starts to understand how elegant math can be.
Chemistry,

Chemistry

I studied Chemistry in my Sophomore year of high school, and I had one of those teachers that changes your life. I took AP Chemistry in my junior year, passed the AP exam with a 5 (highest score). I also qualified for the National Chemistry Olympiad at the state level twice (top twelve high school chemistry students in the state). I went on to study Chemical Engineering at an Ivy League school. I've also tutored Chemistry before at the request of my high school chemistry teacher.
Geometry,

Geometry

I took Geometry in 8th grade. Of all fields of mathematics, I find Geometry most intuitive. Because of that, I have a lot of practice conveying that intuitive understanding to my peers.
German,

German

I've studied German for 10 years, starting in 6th grade and including 4 semester of study in college. I passed the German AP exam with a score of 5 (max is 5). I also studied abroad for two months in the Summer of 2011.
Macroeconomics,

Macroeconomics

I have a Bachelors Degree from Wharton at UPenn in undergraduate business, with 4 semesters of study in Economics, including 2 honors courses. I earned an A or A+ in all 4 courses.
Microeconomics,

Microeconomics

I have a Bachelors Degree from Wharton at UPenn in undergraduate business, with 4 semesters of study in Economics, including 2 honors courses. I earned an A or A+ in all 4 courses.
Physics,

Physics

I have a degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League school). Curriculum included two courses in Physics, both passed with grades of A and A+. I've successfully tutored physics for multiple students on a recurring basis.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I took the Math SAT twice without any preparatory classes, scoring 780 and 800. I also scored 800 on the Math SAT II. I believe the secret to success on the Math SAT is solid fundamentals, pattern recognition, and understanding the questions.
Statistics,

Statistics

I graduated from the University of Pennsylvania (Ivy League) with Honors (GPA >3.4) with a degree in Chemical Engineering. Math curriculum included 2 semesters of instruction in statistics and probability, both passed with grades A- or higher. I've successfully tutored several students in statistics on a recurring basis.
GED

Test Preparation

GMAT,

GMAT

I graduated from Penn's Wharton Business School and School of Engineering with 2 honors degrees in 2012. Between the two degrees, I can confidently teach you to handle all sections of the GMAT: Verbal, Writing, Reasoning, and especially Quantitative. My most recent GMAT score: 760 (99th percentile), including perfect scores in writing and integrated reasoning.
SAT Math,

SAT Math

I took the Math SAT twice without any preparatory classes, scoring 780 and 800. I also scored 800 on the Math SAT II. I believe the secret to success on the Math SAT is solid fundamentals, pattern recognition, and understanding the questions.
ACT English, ACT Math, ACT Reading, GED, SAT Writing

Ratings and Reviews


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Reviews


Extremely talented and patient!

My son was very nervous about being able to comprehend AP Physics and do well in it. He started thinking whether he made the right decision by having AP Physics as one of his courses. Corey changed it just in a day. Just after one lesson my son was much more confident and ready to take it on. Excellent!

Sanjay, 3 lessons with Corey

Hire Corey - great tutor and easy to work with!

I've been working with Corey on accounting work for a few weeks now and have learned alot in a very short period of time. He's extremely smart and able to break down complex topics into easy-to-understand pieces. I've been enjoying the tutoring so far and am looking forward to future lessons!

Tim, 9 lessons with Corey

Very knowledgeable and in depth understanding

Corey has a great way of breaking down complex math, accounting and operations to a more simple way of understanding. I gained significant confidence post our sessions.

Tim, 30 lessons with Corey

The Only Tutor You Will Ever Need

I am enrolled in a top MBA program and the coursework is quite challenging. Although I had a competent tutor, it was clear that I needed someone with deeper expertise and the ability to correct my thinking around the more complex concepts. Corey is truly a one in a million find. He is exceptionally bright, relatable and most importantly FLEXIBLE. I am on a 24-month track for my program and can assure you that I will be with Corey every step of the way. He is simply outstanding.

Adrienna, 2 lessons with Corey

Physics

My son felt Corey was knowledgeable and engaging. Apparently looking forward to the next session. My son is a freshman in college and while he did have AP Physics in high school this appears more rigorous.

Kenneth, 5 lessons with Corey

Good Job at Conveying Conceptual Understanding

Worked on hypothesis testing and was able to convey an intuition to the concepts beyond rote learning to memorize a solution process. Exactly what I was hoping for.

Randy, 1 lesson with Corey

Corey Is Amazing!

Corey helped me for almost all of last semester with Organic Chemistry 1 and has already started helping me this semester with Organic Chemistry 2. Before I started working with Corey last semester, I received a D on my first midterm. However, after working with Corey for a few weeks, I earned an A- on my second midterm. I could not have improved so much without him! Highly recommend!

Rebecca, 39 lessons with Corey

awesome help!

Explained my work in a way that was much more comprehensive than my textbook! I feel much better after spending a couple hours with Corey.

Stuart, 1 lesson with Corey

Thank You

Our son was very stressed due to missing a lot of school because of 2 illnesses. He found it impossible to catch up with the class even with the teacher's help. Corey came to our home and got our son back on track within 2 sessions. Thank You- Correy!!!! Worth every penny/dollar.

Juli, 3 lessons with Corey
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