Award-Winning SAT Writing and Language Tutors in New York, NY
Selene "...It is never too late to fall in love with literature. I believe a reluctant reader is someone who hasn't been offered the book that sparks him. Yet. As a writer, I have learned to love the research process..."
New York University - Bachelors, English
The New School - Masters, Creative Writing
Mia "... I have published everything from short stories to journalistic articles, in my college paper or at The New York Times. Most students come to me for my encouraging spirit and fun attitude because I always want to make learning a positive experience. Writing an essay or dissecting a book really boils down to the art of storytelling -- and I think, no matter your age, we all can appreciate to the transformative power of stories..."
Georgetown University - BA Cum Laude, English
Columbia University in the City of New York - MS, Journalism
Daniel "I recently joined the team at Varsity Tutors and am very excited. I started my tutoring career in college, helping elementary and high school students with Math and English. After graduating from Yeshiva University, I continued my studies at Cardozo Law School..."
Yeshiva University - BA, Math
Cardozo Law School - JD, Tax Law
Sarah "...I have worked with middle and high school students in a variety of settings and contexts, teaching visual and performing arts, journalism, politics, and art history in classrooms, museums and other non-profit organizations, and in community-based mentorships in New York, Chicago, and Vienna. Through these experiences, I have developed a diverse skill set to address challenges to individual learning and growth. Dedicated to supporting differences in learning styles and abilities among individual students, as well as differences in life experiences and cultural identities, I have experience working with students from a wide variety of backgrounds, including students speaking and writing in English as a second or foreign language..."
University of Chicago - Bachelors, Anthropology and Visual Art
Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien - Masters, Critical Studies (Fulbright Fellowship)
Jay "... This is in addition to serving as Class President in the Student Government. The medical profession is a long journey with many tests along the way. The key to success as a student is to have a goal, stay structured, and find ways to make the learning fun and enjoyable..."
Sophie Davis at City College - BS, Bio-Medical
SUNY Downstate College of Medicine - M.D., Medicine
Anna "I graduated cum laude from Duke University in 2010, having studied English and Environmental Science & Policy. Before college, I attended the prestigious Stuyvesant High School in New York City, where I received excellent training in standardized testing. I took seven AP courses and received 4’s and 5’s on the exams..."
Duke University - BA, English
Mark "I work as a second shift teacher at a middle school in Brooklyn. I am a recent graduate of Davidson College, which was recently named by Forbes as the best college in the South. I received a BA in English with a Concentration in Education and subsequently moved to New York City ..."
Davidson College - BA, English
Molly "... In addition, I have experience tutoring students one-on-one with academic subjects and test prep. I enjoy helping my students discover the patterns behind the problems in standardized tests, especially in the SAT and LSAT. I believe in a personalized approach, and I love seeing students gain mastery and understanding of these skills..."
Yale University - BA, Global Affars
Sagar "I'm a graduate student at an MD/MBA program and look forward to working with you. I have extensive experience in tutoring math and science. I am an expert in the Biological Sciences and Chemistry, but I have very strong math skills also..."
The College of NJ - BS, Biology
Rutgers University-Camden - MBA, Business Admin
Saul "...I do not subscribe to the drill sergeant methodology, and tend to, in my own life, try to be relaxed while structured. In doing so, you can more effectively respond to the unexpected because your thinking is clear. There is enough pressure due to the very nature of these tests, and their implications, that adding more is not helpful..."
Brooklyn College of the City University of New York - BA, Psychology
New York Law School - JD, Law