MIT grad gives test prep lessons to all ages in Boston! (SAT/ACT/GRE and more!)
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I was a Finalist in both National Merit and Presidential Scholar, and a 1998 honor student of the American Academy of Achievement, and I entered MIT at sixteen and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Linguistics and Philosophy. I have studied ten languages, and in 2007, I earned a law degree from Northeastern University.
Advanced Technical Certificate
College / University
For six years, I worked as an attorney on behalf of disadvantaged children and families in Massachusetts. Since 2013, I have worked as a private tutor.
I am qualified in:
• Homework Tutoring (mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences, statistics, essay writing, English, history, Latin, Spanish)
• SAT Reasoning Test (all sections)
• ACT (all sections)
• Math I & II SAT subject tests
• Physics SAT subject test
• Chemistry SAT subject test
• Biology E/M SAT subject test
• Literature SAT subject test
• Latin SAT subject test
• Spanish SAT subject test
• US History SAT subject test
• Essay writing
• AP exams: Environmental Science, Psychology, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Calculus (AB)
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