I've helped hundreds of clients raise their LSAT scores and get into the law schools of their dreams (Ivy Leagues, T14, you name it). My method is all about simplifying the LSAT, and many of my students improve by 3-5 points after just 1 lesson. During our first lesson, I'll give you a customized study schedule so you'll know exactly what you have to do to see quick results. Here are the key principles of my method and why it works so well, and how I'm able to get so many people into the 9... [more]
I studied at Berklee College of Music, where I graduated with two degrees, in performance and film scoring respectively. Additionally I have over a decade of professional experience as a musician and composer in the United States and Canada.
My SAT score (old score) was 2330, and my math score was a perfect 800. My goal with students is to break every difficult question into several very simple steps that are easy and natural to figure out. I have gotten many students into the schools of their dreams.
My LSAT scores have ranged from 174 to 180, largely due to my extremely simple and effective practice methods, which I teach to all of my students. I have helped countless students to get into the law schools of their dreams.
My GRE score, near perfect, was in the 99th percentile for both verbal and quantitative. This is largely due to my extremely simple and effective practice methods, which I teach to all of my students. I have helped many students get into the schools of their dreams.
My SAT score was 2330, and my reading score was a perfect 800. I have been teaching test preparation for a number of years, and have many devised and proven techniques for helping students reach mastery of reading comprehension. I have gotten many students into the schools of their dreams.
My SAT score was 2330, and my writing score was 730 (98th percentile). I have done a lot of freelance English editing, and have been teaching test preparation for a number of years. My goal with students is to break every difficult question into several very simple steps that are easy and natural to figure out. I have gotten many students into the schools of their dreams.
My GMAT score, a near perfect score of 760 for quant and verbal, was in the 99th percentile. This is largely due to my extremely intuitive methods, which I teach to all of my students. I have helped many students get into the schools of their dreams.
Having studied at Berklee College of Music, I took the most advanced ear training classes, including Advanced Ear Training, Atonal Solfege 1, and Atonal Solfege 2. I teach private instrumental lessons and always emphasize ear training as an important tool for musical improvement. My methods are to work on each interval individually and help to facilitate a vivid image of that interval in the student's memory, and eventually translate that ability into longer musical phrases and pieces.
I graduated with two degrees from Berklee College of Music, in Performance as well as Film Scoring. My education includes expansive knowledge in music theory spanning a wide variety of styles and genres, as well as the study of composing and orchestrating for all sorts of different instrumentations. I have experience teaching on a few different instruments, including saxophone and piano.
I own a Mac and work with it for hours every day. Part of my employment is producing music for videos and the like, which involves the most advanced of techniques and shortcuts on the Macintosh platform. My degrees from Berklee had a huge technological component which involved getting to know the Macintosh computer inside-out, in order to facilitate quick and efficient work no matter what the task.
I have extensive experience teaching subjects like algebra, geometry, English. I've helped countless students raise their scores significantly on tests such as the Regents, SAT, GRE, and GMAT. My simple and intuitive methods are very practical for helping students achieving near perfect scores.
Many of my students have greatly improved their grades as a result of my tutelage, and as such have subsequently had better school/career options. I've taught mathematics and English language arts/literacy (ELA) extensively for a number of years. I've helped many students understand concepts they previously found confusing.