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I am a well versed person with varied and diverse interests and skills. I am an attorney and an educator, both acting as a classroom teacher and handling matters in my law practice. I have worked with many varied and diverse school populations, and all school ages. I went to Brooklyn College for both my Bachelor's degree and Master's degree and New York Law School for my law degree. I am well versed in English, math up to Algebra 2, Science, Social Studies and the LSAT. I most enjoy tutoring Reading, Math and Logic. I believe that in preparing for anything in life, including exams, the process is more important than any individual answer. I believe that, while you may through luck or other unknowns, you may occasionally get a correct answer with the wrong process, you will be far more successful, and your thinking will be more confident and clearer by following a logical, rigorous process to get to an answer. You are also more likely to get more correct answers. Moreover, focusing on the process in solving problems will also aid in life in general. If one uses a good process to make decisions, they will, over time, be more likely to be correct. I also believe that the best mindset to take a test is a laid back mindset. I think that a calm, relaxed approach is essential to test taking, and learning in general. Tension and undue pressure leads to fuzzy and unnecessarily quick thinking which is more prone to error. 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. I believe that focus is important and that you should allow your mind breaks during a test to ensure your focus is at its best. I tutored my children and both followed these ideas and did very well both in school and on standardized tests. I enjoy music, sports, reading and astronomy.

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Saul’s Qualifications

Education & Certification

Undergraduate Degree: Brooklyn College of the City University of New York - Bachelor in Arts, Psychology

Graduate Degree: New York Law School - Juris Doctor, Law

Hobbies

Astronomy, reading, sports

Tutoring Subjects

Algebra

Algebra 2

Arithmetic

Biology

College Algebra

College Biology

College English

Elementary Math

Elementary School Math

English

Essay Editing

High School Biology

High School English

Life Sciences

LSAT Essay Section

Math

Middle School Math

Other

Political Science

Pre-Algebra

Reading

Science

Social Sciences

Special Education

Study Skills

Study Skills and Organization

Writing


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