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I've been teaching the LSAT for the past 6 years. I raised my own score from a 167 to a 179, and I believe that anyone dedicated enough can achieve similar goals. Many of my past students agree! This test has an extremely steep learning curve, but there are a number of skills that everyone can learn and develop to excel. For the past 9 years, I have taught English, Math, and college entrance and grad school entrance exams. I've been fortunate enough to have natural knack for standardized tests, and I've learned how to communicate clear and effective concepts and strategies to students. Hundr [more]

I am a young professional hoping to be an attorney before the end of the year. I was born in New Haven, Connecticut and moved from there to Phoenix three years ago. I believe that there are many different ways that intelligence is expressed, and I strive to see insight and intelligence in everyone I meet. I have a broad range of interests, which helps me to connect with all sorts of people. My goal with each student that I tutor is twofold. First, I want to help students to understand th... [more]

I studied on my own for the exam by really honing in on strengths and weaknesses and developing them both- the strengths to be quick and the weaknesses to be accurate with enough time to focus. I was able to score a 174, which is a 99th percentile score. I'm a Columbia Law student, Stanford alumna, and experienced teacher, tutor, and editor. I've worked with students between California and New York to tackle the hardest portions of the LSAT and enter the test calm and confident. Together, we'll develop completely personalized study plans that allows you to pick up points with little effort in [more]

I've been tutoring math for the last 20 years. My style of tutoring depends on your goals. If you need to prepare for a specific exam, need help with a homework assignment or want some support and clarification for an entire semester, I'm your man. I graduated from the University of California at Berkeley with a Bachelor's Degree in mathematics applied to statistics. I am currently an adjunct instructor at Gateway Community College. Give me a call because I would love to help. I'll simp... [more]

I've earned a Master's degree in Engineering from State University of New York and have over 15 years of diverse work experience. MATH, SPSS, Solidworks and Computing are some of the areas that I consider my forte, though I teach other subjects as well. I have had my education with three university degrees, each having extensive use of Mathematics. I have privately tutored students up to college level in the past and resumed this activity, as it gives me sheer joy and fulfillment of being ab... [more]

Casey is a mathematician, holding a BS in discrete mathematics focusing on computer science and business from the Georgia Institute of Technology, summa cum laude. He was trained and served as an undergraduate teaching assistant for both the Math and Computer Science Departments. Research interests include game theory, network theory, combinatorics, algebra, industrial systems engineering (optimization and efficiency science), computer science and algorithm design. Casey also holds an MS in P... [more]

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