Award-Winning LSAT Tutors in New York, NY
Sarah "I was a teaching assistant and tutor during college and have volunteered with refugee and ELL students since high school. I am currently a freelance attorney specializing in Immigration Law which allows me to have availability 12 months a year and any time of day for tutoring.."
Boise State UniversBio - BA, English/Communication
Romeo "A Stuyvesant High School alum and recent graduate of Harvard University with a degree in mathematics, I have experience tutoring math, physics, and economics. I have worked as a stockbroker on Wall Street and as an assistant in energy research at both NYU and City College; I am currently applying to PhD programs in applied mathematics. Born and raised in New York by a French mother and American father, I speak French and English bilingually and have traveled extensively in France, Japan, and West Africa..."
Jason "...I have instructed one-on-one and in group settings. I excel at anything 'logic based'- Analytical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Philosophy, as well as English/ESL, Writing, Literature, 6-8 Math, and a variety of other subjects. I love to teach by allowing my students to discover the answers or new areas for themselves; my job is to help get over any hurdles that show up and to show them the way..."
Nathaniel "...I have also completed Columbia University's Certificate program in Business, and earned a Master's degree in Finance from Claremont McKenna. Currently I am working towards a JD at NYU's School of Law. Starting in college, I tutored students in economics and statistics, and also work with clients on subject test areas for the Advanced Placement exams, as well as standardized test preparation such as for the SAT I and II, GRE and LSAT..."
Chris "... As such, I've always tried to travel *within* each Standardized Test, parsing out an underlying structure, and then using this framework to "crack the code." Whenever I've worked with students in this manner, we've always had a total blast-- it's like a puzzle in a challenging video game, a newly-discovered leitmotif, or even an unexpected formation shift on the soccer pitch. I firmly believe that every student has the potential to truly connect and engage with the test material, whether it be the LSAT, the SAT, the AP, the Regents, or even the CogAT. Additionally, as an alumnus of my school district's 3rd-8th grade "gifted" program, I learned the value of cultivating creativity..."
Angela "... It has been a nice change in pace. Change, although might be scary at first, is always a great way to grow. While I can tutor a broad range of subjects (excluding Math), I am most passionate about English, Grammar, and Writing..."
Cyrus "...After graduation, I went to Taiwan to teach English. I had a lot of fun there, and picked up a conversational level of Mandarin Chinese, but after two years (and four battles with food poisoning) I decided it was time to come back to America. I took the LSAT in September of 2014, and have been tutoring it ever since. I have a wide array of interests, and can tutor a number of different humanities subjects..."
Jennifer "I am a law student at Fordham University studying international business transactions with a focus on the emerging markets in Asia and Africa. I also work part-time as a paralegal at a small Chinese immigration law firm. I graduated in 2010 from Hamilton College with a B.A..."
Jonathan "...So, wherever possible I always endeavor to involve the students' interests (because we learn faster and retain more when we're INTERESTED in what we learn) and mix in my punny sense of humor. Finally, I LOVE Spanish. Plain and simple. The textures, the nuances, and the intricacies of the language get my juices flowing..."
Hunter College - BA, Political Science/Media
Daniel "I started tutoring when I was in high school, myself, where I volunteered as a "Big Brother", helping incoming freshmen adapt themselves to the more rigorous environment of St. Paul's. While an undergraduate at Columbia University, I taught SAT prep courses. I will be going to law school in the fall, and until then I am continuing my passion for teaching with Varsity Tutors! My tutoring style has always been to fit the lesson to the student..."