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I recently completed my Master's program at Columbia for the the teaching of Social Studies, so I have spent a year teaching in a classroom setting. Prior to that, I have tutored on a more informal level in different subjects. My most rewarding experience came when I volunteered in high school to work one-on-one with an autistic elementary school child who I taught how to play chess. He showed a real interest for the game, but no one in his family knew how to play. I went there once a week to play games with him and give instruction.

I am dedicated to becoming an educator and tutoring offers a unique opportunity to reach students on a more personal level than they can typically be reached in large classroom settings. While I have nothing against the classroom, I look forward to every chance I have to make direct connections with students and to help them achieve their academic goals. I am a genuinely curious person, and I find every individual's story fascinating and worthy of my time. Tutoring affords me the opportunity to give them this time.

In terms of what I like to tutor, I have always loved taking standardized tests, as I viewed them as fun exercises in spotting tricks. I excelled at the SAT, and I would love to impart my understanding of the exam onto students who approach it with trepidation. I can help with all three sections, and I know the dynamics of the test (what are the categories of questions, what are the typical multiple choice pitfalls, how people should pace themselves, etc.)

With regard to specific subjects, I initially began college as a Math major before switching to Political Science. I got all the way to Modern Algebra (group theory) before making the change, so I feel pretty comfortable with high school level Math. From years of experience in this field, I understand that Math is a participatory sport that people learn by lots of doing. I can help you or your child build the skills and experience needed to master this subject.

Also, I love chess. Love it. I used to be nationally ranked, and I still play online in my free time. It is a great way to keep your mind active while having fun. I would be happy to play any student of mine if they are interested in this as well.

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Logan’s Qualifications

Education & Certification

Undergraduate Degree: Vassar College - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science and Government

Graduate Degree: Teachers College Columbia University - Master of Arts, Social Studies

State Certified Teacher

Test Scores

SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1540

SAT Math: 800

SAT Verbal: 710

SAT Writing: 750

SAT Mathematics Level 2: 790


Chess, Fantasy Sports

Tutoring Subjects


Algebra 2

College Algebra

College Level American History

College World History

Elementary Math

Elementary School Math

European History


High School Level American History

High School World History






SAT Prep

SAT Math

SAT Mathematics

SAT Reading

SAT Writing and Language

Social Studies

Test Prep

World History

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