Evan D.


Evan D.

Tutor

Las Vegas, NV 89104

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 3 ratings

Fun, friendly expert in test prep Spanish, and business learning

My name is Evan, and I'm an experienced and enthusiastic tutor of many subjects. I love helping others learn challenging material and skills through innovative and engaging processes. I worked for the Princeton Review as an instructor of ACT, LSAT, and GMAT test prep (which required 97th percentile scores, teaching auditions, thorough training and continuous assessment), after majoring in Spanish at LSU and working with an adult literacy nonprofit for several years in Baton Rouge. I'm now... [more]


Spanish

I have a Bachelor's Degree in Spanish from Louisiana State University, 6 months living in Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1 year translation work for the Orleans Public Defenders office, and countless hours speaking Spanish with friends, classmates and coworkers. I also have several years teaching for the Princeton Review and Tulane Boot Camps, ability to tailor lessons and activities to an individual's preferences, styles, strengths and weaknesses, and drive to help clients achieve results and sense of fun and humor to make it enjoyable.


SAT Math


SAT Writing


GMAT


ACT Reading


ACT English

I worked as a tutor and instructor for the Princeton Review for several years, teaching ACT prep as well as SAT, GMAT, and LSAT. This requires you to score in the 97th percentile on the test you're teaching, then audition, train thoroughly and be constantly re-evaluated. I achieved consistently high score improvements and positive feedback from my students. I'm currently a graduate business student at Tulane University, where I've created my own GMAT bootcamps and provided other private tutoring services.


ACT Math

I have experience as a Teacher/Tutor for the Princeton Review, consistent score increases and positive feedback from students, a diverse range of clients from the most competitive high school, and have helped students in the state to first generation college applicants struggling to meet minimum requirements.