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I am a college graduate with experience tutoring students at all levels and an excellent academic record. I have also worked as a TA in an intro biology lab. I have taken the SSAT, SAT, various AP exams, and the GRE.

In my free time I enjoy reading, running, baking, and live music.

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Taylor’s Qualifications

Education & Certification

Undergraduate Degree: Hobart and William Smith Colleges - Bachelors, Biology and English

Test Scores

SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1520

SAT Verbal: 800

SAT Writing: 740

GRE Quantitative: 155

GRE Verbal: 170


I enjoy running, reading, live music, and baking.

Tutoring Subjects


AP English Language and Composition

AP English Literature and Composition


College Biology

College English


English Grammar and Syntax

Essay Editing

Graduate Test Prep

GRE Verbal

High School Biology

High School English


PSAT Critical Reading

SAT Reading

SAT Subject Test in Biology E/M

SAT Subject Tests Prep



Study Skills

Study Skills and Organization

Test Prep


Q & A

What might you do in a typical first session with a student?

It is important to determine what a student already knows, what concepts he or she is comfortable with, and if he or she has any specific concerns during the first session. It can be very helpful to review past work. This knowledge helps to direct future tutoring sessions so that the student can learn as efficiently as possible and begin to improve immediately.

How would you help a student stay motivated?

I believe that motivation suffers both when a student becomes frustrated and when he or she does not think the subject is important. The best ways to combat frustration are to emphasize progress the student has made and to be certain that lessons blend difficult concepts with easier ones. If a student thinks that a subject is unimportant, it can help to discuss future goals or personal experiences when the concepts or even the study practices will be useful.

What strategies have you found to be most successful when you start to work with a student?

I think it is important to know a little bit about a student, and for the student to know a bit about me. I know that a single academic area does not define a person, and I want my students to know that as well. Also, if a student is not comfortable talking with me, then it is more difficult for he or she to express him- or herself, and communication is important to effective learning.

How do you build a student's confidence in a subject?

I celebrate whenever a student makes an improvement, no matter how small. These accomplishments deserve to be acknowledged, and that acknowledgement demonstrates to students that they are making progress and can trust in themselves and their ability to understand a subject, even if it takes them a little longer.

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