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Martin hails from “Lawn Guyland,” New York, though years in New England--and, more recently, Olde England--have rendered him more presentable to polite company. As a non-legacy student from a large, unexceptional school district, he received admissions offers from Cornell, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, Dartmouth, Brown and Harvard, his alma mater, where he graduated with honors in 2016. Martin has nearly 7 years tutoring and 5 years consulting in college admissions and college essay writing. He has consulted in the…

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Martin has been a Game Master in Dungeons & Dragons for six years and runs a continuous monthly campaign.

Subjects

  • College Prep

    • ACT,
    • College Essay,
    • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
    • SAT Writing,
    • College Admissions Coaching
  • Entrance Exams

    • City & State Exams,
    • SHSAT,
    • ACT,
    • SAT Math,
    • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
    • SAT Writing
  • AP Exams

    • English Language,
    • English Literature,
    • European History,
    • U.S. History & Government,
    • AP Geography
  • English

    • English Language,
    • Literature,
    • Regents English,
    • Writing,
    • ESL
  • History

    • European History,
    • Global Studies,
    • Government and Politics,
    • Social Studies,
    • U.S. History & Government,
    • World History
  • Graduate Exams

    • GRE Prep
  • SAT Subject Tests

    • U.S. History & Government,
    • World History

After graduating from Tulane University, Paisley first taught English to adults in Asia and was then accepted into the NYC Teaching Fellows, a demanding, competitive program to develop top-notch candidates. Through the program, she received a Masters Degree in Education, and NY State teaching certification in grades PreK through 6th. Her experience includes multiple years of teaching PreK, Kindergarten, 2nd, and 5th grades, as well as English as a New Language, in private, public and charter elementary and high schools.…

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Paisley competed with the Gotham Girls, 5-time winners of the Roller Derby World Cup. Teammates included a Google exec, a district attorney and 2 astrophysicists.

Subjects

  • Math

    • Algebra,
    • Elementary Math,
    • Geometry,
    • Common Core math
  • English

    • English Language,
    • English Literature,
    • Reading,
    • Writing,
    • ESL,
    • Common Core English
  • Early Childhood

    • Early Childhood Education,
    • Early Writing,
    • Early Reading
  • Early Childhood Education

    • Early Reading
  • History

    • European History,
    • Social Studies,
    • U.S. History & Government,
    • World History

Eury is a dancer, choreographer and dance educator. Born in the Dominican Republic, he moved to the U.S. at age 4, and was raised just outside of Boston. He excelled as a student in high school and became a highly sought-after tutor throughout his four year tenure. He subsequently graduated with honors from Wesleyan University, where he received his B.A in Biology and Dance in 2016. He furthered his dance education at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts,…

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While in utero, during ultrasounds, Eury's legs were always crossed, so his parents didn't discover the sex of their baby until he was born.

Subjects

  • Entrance Exams

    • City & State Exams,
    • ISEE,
    • SSAT,
    • ACT,
    • SAT Math,
    • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
    • SAT Writing
  • Math

    • Algebra,
    • Algebra II,
    • Elementary Math,
    • Geometry,
    • Math Level 1,
    • Math Level 2
  • Science

    • Biology
  • AP Exams

    • Government and Politics,
    • Spanish,
    • Biology
  • SAT Subject Tests

    • U.S. History & Government,
    • World History,
    • Spanish,
    • Math Level 1,
    • Math Level 2,
    • Biology
  • College Prep

    • College Essay,
    • SAT Math,
    • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
    • SAT Writing
  • English

    • English Language,
    • Literature,
    • Reading,
    • Regents English,
    • Writing,
    • ESL
  • History

    • Global Studies,
    • Social Studies,
    • U.S. History & Government,
    • World History
  • Language

    • Spanish

Raphael is a filmmaker, writer and animator, starting an MFA program in Creative Writing at NYU in the Fall of 2020. Born in California, he grew up in Costa Rica and attended a French lycée, so is fully fluent in Spanish, French and English. He graduated with Honors from Wesleyan University in 2015, where he tutored his peers in language learning, essay writing, and instructed inmates through the Wesleyan Center for Prison Education. After graduation, he taught Spanish in New…

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Raphael was named after the 16th century Renaissance painter or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, depending on who is asking.

Subjects

  • College Prep

    • ACT,
    • College Essay,
    • SAT Math,
    • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
    • SAT Writing
  • Entrance Exams

    • City & State Exams,
    • ISEE,
    • SHSAT,
    • SSAT,
    • ACT,
    • SAT Math,
    • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
    • SAT Writing,
    • TACHS,
    • HSPT,
    • Hunter College HS admissions
  • Math

    • Algebra,
    • Algebra II,
    • Elementary Math,
    • Geometry,
    • Math Level 1,
    • Math Level 2,
    • Trigonometry
  • Science

    • Biology,
    • Chemistry
  • AP Exams

    • World History,
    • French,
    • Spanish,
    • Biology,
    • Chemistry,
    • Physics
  • SAT Subject Tests

    • Literature,
    • French,
    • Spanish,
    • Math Level 1,
    • Math Level 2,
    • Biology,
    • Chemistry,
    • Physics
  • English

    • English Language,
    • English Literature,
    • Literature,
    • Reading,
    • Regents English,
    • Writing,
    • ESL
  • History

    • European History,
    • Social Studies,
    • World History
  • Language

    • French,
    • Spanish
  • Graduate Exams

    • GRE Prep,
    • HSPT

Louisa graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Political Science with a focus on Latin American politics. She studied abroad twice, in Argentina and in Cuba, where she honed her Spanish speaking skills. After college, Louisa pursued her lifelong dream of teaching elementary school at a charter school in Washington, DC, where she grew up. After teaching 3 years there, she moved to New York City to earn a master’s degree in Childhood…

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Louisa wrote a letter to Miss Manners when she was eight. She wanted to know if she needed to say, “Excuse me” when she burped silently. Miss Manners responded and published her letter in the newspaper.

Subjects

  • Learning Differences

    • Dyslexia,
    • Executive Functioning,
    • Test Anxiety,
    • Dysgraphia,
    • ADD/ADHD,
    • Processing Deficits,
    • Dyscalculia (math)
  • Entrance Exams

    • City & State Exams
  • Early Childhood

    • Early Childhood Education
  • Math

    • Elementary Math
  • English

    • English Language,
    • English Literature,
    • Literature,
    • Reading,
    • Writing,
    • ESL
  • History

    • Government and Politics,
    • Social Studies,
    • U.S. History & Government
  • Language

    • Spanish

Michael, a recent graduate with honors of the University of Chicago, is now studying at the NYU Wagner School of Public Service. He serves as Director of Strategic Initiatives at Bay Ridge Center-- a nonprofit community center in Brooklyn. At age 14, he founded Points for Patriots, which he has expanded into Maroon Veterans Alliance, a nationally recognized non-profit. At UChicago, Michael served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Chicago Journal of Foreign Policy, and also served for First Lady Michelle…

Read More

Michael is (sadly) a lifelong New York Jets fan, and he traveled on the team plane in the 2012 season to an away game in Buffalo. Shockingly, the Jets won 27-11 that day. Coincidence?

Subjects

  • College Prep

    • ACT,
    • College Essay,
    • SAT Math,
    • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
    • SAT Writing
  • Entrance Exams

    • City & State Exams,
    • ISEE,
    • SHSAT,
    • SSAT,
    • ACT,
    • SAT Math,
    • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
    • SAT Writing,
    • TACHS
  • Math

    • Algebra,
    • Algebra II,
    • Elementary Math,
    • Geometry,
    • Math Level 1
  • AP Exams

    • English Language,
    • English Literature,
    • European History,
    • Government and Politics,
    • U.S. History & Government,
    • World History,
    • AP Geography
  • Science

    • Biology,
    • Chemistry,
    • Psychology
  • English

    • English Language,
    • English Literature,
    • Literature,
    • Reading,
    • Regents English,
    • Writing,
    • ESL
  • History

    • European History,
    • Global Studies,
    • Government and Politics,
    • Social Studies,
    • U.S. History & Government,
    • World History
  • SAT Subject Tests

    • Literature,
    • U.S. History & Government,
    • World History,
    • Psychology

Ly Tran is a Vietnamese immigrant who grew up in New York City. She attended the Bronx High School of Science where she was co-founder and co-captain of an award-winning Robotics team called the Fe Maidens (Fe as in the atomic symbol for Iron). She majored in Creative Writing and Linguistics at Columbia University, graduating summa cum laude and phi beta kappa. Ly’s writing has earned her a fellowship at the MacDowell Colony, a residency at the Yaddo Artist Colony…

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Using the International Phonetic Alphabet, Ly wrote, designed and illustrated the first book ever written in Ikota, an endangered language with no writing system, spoken in the Gabonese Republic. It was a pop-up book called How Ihiako (The Ant Who Bites) Got Its Name.

Subjects

  • Math

    • Algebra,
    • Algebra II,
    • Elementary Math
  • Entrance Exams

    • City & State Exams,
    • ISEE,
    • SHSAT,
    • SAT Math,
    • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
    • SAT Writing,
    • Hunter College HS admissions
  • College Prep

    • College Essay,
    • SAT Math,
    • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
    • SAT Writing
    • English

      • English Language,
      • English Literature,
      • Literature,
      • Reading,
      • Regents English,
      • Writing,
      • ESL
    • AP Exams

      • English Language,
      • English Literature
    • History

      • Global Studies,
      • Social Studies,
      • World History
    • Science

      • Psychology
    • Language

      • Spanish,
      • Vietnamese

    Alejandro is currently a second year medical student at SUNY Downstate. As an undergraduate, he participated in two neuroscience summer research programs at the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University. At Haverford College, he had met all pre-med requirements, but got his B.A. in Economics. He wrote his thesis on “The Effects of Salary Heterogeneity on Team Performance.” He subsequently earned his Master’s degree in biophysics and physiology with a 3.8 GPA at Stony Brook University. Alejandro has a passion…

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    He has two slightly different shaped ears. When he runs with Apple earbuds, the right one falls out because his right ear must be a slightly odd shape!

    Subjects

    • Math

      • Algebra,
      • Algebra II,
      • Calculus,
      • Calculus AB,
      • Elementary Math,
      • Geometry,
      • Macroeconomics,
      • Microeconomics,
      • Pre Calculus,
      • Statistics,
      • Trigonometry
    • Science

      • Biology,
      • Chemistry,
      • Physics,
      • Psychology
    • AP Exams

      • Calculus AB,
      • Macroeconomics,
      • Microeconomics,
      • Statistics,
      • Biology,
      • Chemistry,
      • Physics,
      • Psychology
    • SAT Subject Tests

      • Biology,
      • Chemistry,
      • Psychology
    • English

      • ESL
    • College Prep

      • SAT Math
    • Language

      • Spanish

    Ayesha graduated with honors from the University of Chicago in 2016, with a double major in History and South Asian Languages and Civilizations. She speaks three languages, a fact that reflects her experiences living (and teaching!) in two countries beside the US- India and Spain. In her eight years as an educator, she has worked with students of all ages and with wide-ranging academic goals and interests. She believes that every individual has the potential to be a curious and…

    Read More

    A lifelong lover of books, Ayesha started a library out of her bedroom in the fifth grade, along with a few friends. The only card-carrying member was one of their younger siblings.

    Subjects

    • College Prep

      • ACT,
      • College Essay,
      • SAT Math,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing
    • Entrance Exams

      • City & State Exams,
      • ISEE,
      • SHSAT,
      • ACT,
      • SAT Math,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing
    • Math

      • Algebra,
      • Algebra II,
      • Elementary Math,
      • Linear Algebra
    • Art History

      • Art History
    • AP Exams

      • Art History,
      • English Language,
      • English Literature,
      • European History,
      • Government and Politics,
      • U.S. History & Government,
      • World History
    • Science

      • Biology
    • SAT Subject Tests

      • Literature,
      • World History,
      • Biology
    • English

      • English Language,
      • English Literature,
      • Literature,
      • Reading,
      • Regents English,
      • Writing,
      • ESL
    • History

      • European History,
      • Global Studies,
      • Government and Politics,
      • Holocaust Studies,
      • Social Studies,
      • U.S. History & Government,
      • World History
    • Language

      • Spanish,
      • Hindi

    Nora has grown up in New York City and has been in education for 8 years. After graduating from Bank Street College of Education with a masters of science in general/special childhood education, she started as a classroom special education teacher and now is a student support coordinator at a charter school in the Bronx. As part of her role, Nora oversees, supports and navigates the special education process for families K-8. Nora has a lot of expertise in reading…

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    In a previous life, Nora did musical theater!

    Subjects

    • Learning Differences

      • Dyslexia,
      • Executive Functioning,
      • Test Anxiety,
      • Dysgraphia,
      • ADD/ADHD,
      • Processing Deficits,
      • Autism Spectrum Disorders,
      • Intellectual Disabilities,
      • Other Learning Disabilities
    • College Prep

      • College Essay
    • Early Childhood

      • Early Childhood Education
    • Math

      • Elementary Math
    • English

      • English Language,
      • Reading,
      • Writing,
      • ESL

    Martin hails from “Lawn Guyland,” New York, though years in New England--and, more recently, Olde England--have rendered him more presentable to polite company. As a non-legacy student from a large, unexceptional school district, he received admissions offers from Cornell, Columbia, University of Pennsylvania, Princeton, Dartmouth, Brown and Harvard, his alma mater, where he graduated with honors in 2016. Martin has nearly 7 years tutoring and 5 years consulting in college admissions and college essay writing. He has consulted in the…

    Read More

    Martin has been a Game Master in Dungeons & Dragons for six years and runs a continuous monthly campaign.

    Subjects

    • College Prep

      • ACT,
      • College Essay,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing,
      • College Admissions Coaching
    • Entrance Exams

      • City & State Exams,
      • SHSAT,
      • ACT,
      • SAT Math,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing
    • AP Exams

      • English Language,
      • English Literature,
      • European History,
      • U.S. History & Government,
      • AP Geography
    • English

      • English Language,
      • Literature,
      • Regents English,
      • Writing,
      • ESL
    • History

      • European History,
      • Global Studies,
      • Government and Politics,
      • Social Studies,
      • U.S. History & Government,
      • World History
    • Graduate Exams

      • GRE Prep
    • SAT Subject Tests

      • U.S. History & Government,
      • World History

    After graduating from Tulane University, Paisley first taught English to adults in Asia and was then accepted into the NYC Teaching Fellows, a demanding, competitive program to develop top-notch candidates. Through the program, she received a Masters Degree in Education, and NY State teaching certification in grades PreK through 6th. Her experience includes multiple years of teaching PreK, Kindergarten, 2nd, and 5th grades, as well as English as a New Language, in private, public and charter elementary and high schools.…

    Read More

    Paisley competed with the Gotham Girls, 5-time winners of the Roller Derby World Cup. Teammates included a Google exec, a district attorney and 2 astrophysicists.

    Subjects

    • Math

      • Algebra,
      • Elementary Math,
      • Geometry,
      • Common Core math
    • English

      • English Language,
      • English Literature,
      • Reading,
      • Writing,
      • ESL,
      • Common Core English
    • Early Childhood

      • Early Childhood Education,
      • Early Writing,
      • Early Reading
    • Early Childhood Education

      • Early Reading
    • History

      • European History,
      • Social Studies,
      • U.S. History & Government,
      • World History

    Eury is a dancer, choreographer and dance educator. Born in the Dominican Republic, he moved to the U.S. at age 4, and was raised just outside of Boston. He excelled as a student in high school and became a highly sought-after tutor throughout his four year tenure. He subsequently graduated with honors from Wesleyan University, where he received his B.A in Biology and Dance in 2016. He furthered his dance education at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts,…

    Read More

    While in utero, during ultrasounds, Eury's legs were always crossed, so his parents didn't discover the sex of their baby until he was born.

    Subjects

    • Entrance Exams

      • City & State Exams,
      • ISEE,
      • SSAT,
      • ACT,
      • SAT Math,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing
    • Math

      • Algebra,
      • Algebra II,
      • Elementary Math,
      • Geometry,
      • Math Level 1,
      • Math Level 2
    • Science

      • Biology
    • AP Exams

      • Government and Politics,
      • Spanish,
      • Biology
    • SAT Subject Tests

      • U.S. History & Government,
      • World History,
      • Spanish,
      • Math Level 1,
      • Math Level 2,
      • Biology
    • College Prep

      • College Essay,
      • SAT Math,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing
    • English

      • English Language,
      • Literature,
      • Reading,
      • Regents English,
      • Writing,
      • ESL
    • History

      • Global Studies,
      • Social Studies,
      • U.S. History & Government,
      • World History
    • Language

      • Spanish

    Raphael is a filmmaker, writer and animator, starting an MFA program in Creative Writing at NYU in the Fall of 2020. Born in California, he grew up in Costa Rica and attended a French lycée, so is fully fluent in Spanish, French and English. He graduated with Honors from Wesleyan University in 2015, where he tutored his peers in language learning, essay writing, and instructed inmates through the Wesleyan Center for Prison Education. After graduation, he taught Spanish in New…

    Read More

    Raphael was named after the 16th century Renaissance painter or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, depending on who is asking.

    Subjects

    • College Prep

      • ACT,
      • College Essay,
      • SAT Math,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing
    • Entrance Exams

      • City & State Exams,
      • ISEE,
      • SHSAT,
      • SSAT,
      • ACT,
      • SAT Math,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing,
      • TACHS,
      • HSPT,
      • Hunter College HS admissions
    • Math

      • Algebra,
      • Algebra II,
      • Elementary Math,
      • Geometry,
      • Math Level 1,
      • Math Level 2,
      • Trigonometry
    • Science

      • Biology,
      • Chemistry
    • AP Exams

      • World History,
      • French,
      • Spanish,
      • Biology,
      • Chemistry,
      • Physics
    • SAT Subject Tests

      • Literature,
      • French,
      • Spanish,
      • Math Level 1,
      • Math Level 2,
      • Biology,
      • Chemistry,
      • Physics
    • English

      • English Language,
      • English Literature,
      • Literature,
      • Reading,
      • Regents English,
      • Writing,
      • ESL
    • History

      • European History,
      • Social Studies,
      • World History
    • Language

      • French,
      • Spanish
    • Graduate Exams

      • GRE Prep,
      • HSPT

    Louisa graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Political Science with a focus on Latin American politics. She studied abroad twice, in Argentina and in Cuba, where she honed her Spanish speaking skills. After college, Louisa pursued her lifelong dream of teaching elementary school at a charter school in Washington, DC, where she grew up. After teaching 3 years there, she moved to New York City to earn a master’s degree in Childhood…

    Read More

    Louisa wrote a letter to Miss Manners when she was eight. She wanted to know if she needed to say, “Excuse me” when she burped silently. Miss Manners responded and published her letter in the newspaper.

    Subjects

    • Learning Differences

      • Dyslexia,
      • Executive Functioning,
      • Test Anxiety,
      • Dysgraphia,
      • ADD/ADHD,
      • Processing Deficits,
      • Dyscalculia (math)
    • Entrance Exams

      • City & State Exams
    • Early Childhood

      • Early Childhood Education
    • Math

      • Elementary Math
    • English

      • English Language,
      • English Literature,
      • Literature,
      • Reading,
      • Writing,
      • ESL
    • History

      • Government and Politics,
      • Social Studies,
      • U.S. History & Government
    • Language

      • Spanish

    Michael, a recent graduate with honors of the University of Chicago, is now studying at the NYU Wagner School of Public Service. He serves as Director of Strategic Initiatives at Bay Ridge Center-- a nonprofit community center in Brooklyn. At age 14, he founded Points for Patriots, which he has expanded into Maroon Veterans Alliance, a nationally recognized non-profit. At UChicago, Michael served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Chicago Journal of Foreign Policy, and also served for First Lady Michelle…

    Read More

    Michael is (sadly) a lifelong New York Jets fan, and he traveled on the team plane in the 2012 season to an away game in Buffalo. Shockingly, the Jets won 27-11 that day. Coincidence?

    Subjects

    • College Prep

      • ACT,
      • College Essay,
      • SAT Math,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing
    • Entrance Exams

      • City & State Exams,
      • ISEE,
      • SHSAT,
      • SSAT,
      • ACT,
      • SAT Math,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing,
      • TACHS
    • Math

      • Algebra,
      • Algebra II,
      • Elementary Math,
      • Geometry,
      • Math Level 1
    • AP Exams

      • English Language,
      • English Literature,
      • European History,
      • Government and Politics,
      • U.S. History & Government,
      • World History,
      • AP Geography
    • Science

      • Biology,
      • Chemistry,
      • Psychology
    • English

      • English Language,
      • English Literature,
      • Literature,
      • Reading,
      • Regents English,
      • Writing,
      • ESL
    • History

      • European History,
      • Global Studies,
      • Government and Politics,
      • Social Studies,
      • U.S. History & Government,
      • World History
    • SAT Subject Tests

      • Literature,
      • U.S. History & Government,
      • World History,
      • Psychology

    Ly Tran is a Vietnamese immigrant who grew up in New York City. She attended the Bronx High School of Science where she was co-founder and co-captain of an award-winning Robotics team called the Fe Maidens (Fe as in the atomic symbol for Iron). She majored in Creative Writing and Linguistics at Columbia University, graduating summa cum laude and phi beta kappa. Ly’s writing has earned her a fellowship at the MacDowell Colony, a residency at the Yaddo Artist Colony…

    Read More

    Using the International Phonetic Alphabet, Ly wrote, designed and illustrated the first book ever written in Ikota, an endangered language with no writing system, spoken in the Gabonese Republic. It was a pop-up book called How Ihiako (The Ant Who Bites) Got Its Name.

    Subjects

    • Math

      • Algebra,
      • Algebra II,
      • Elementary Math
    • Entrance Exams

      • City & State Exams,
      • ISEE,
      • SHSAT,
      • SAT Math,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing,
      • Hunter College HS admissions
    • College Prep

      • College Essay,
      • SAT Math,
      • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
      • SAT Writing
      • English

        • English Language,
        • English Literature,
        • Literature,
        • Reading,
        • Regents English,
        • Writing,
        • ESL
      • AP Exams

        • English Language,
        • English Literature
      • History

        • Global Studies,
        • Social Studies,
        • World History
      • Science

        • Psychology
      • Language

        • Spanish,
        • Vietnamese

      Alejandro is currently a second year medical student at SUNY Downstate. As an undergraduate, he participated in two neuroscience summer research programs at the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University. At Haverford College, he had met all pre-med requirements, but got his B.A. in Economics. He wrote his thesis on “The Effects of Salary Heterogeneity on Team Performance.” He subsequently earned his Master’s degree in biophysics and physiology with a 3.8 GPA at Stony Brook University. Alejandro has a passion…

      Read More

      He has two slightly different shaped ears. When he runs with Apple earbuds, the right one falls out because his right ear must be a slightly odd shape!

      Subjects

      • Math

        • Algebra,
        • Algebra II,
        • Calculus,
        • Calculus AB,
        • Elementary Math,
        • Geometry,
        • Macroeconomics,
        • Microeconomics,
        • Pre Calculus,
        • Statistics,
        • Trigonometry
      • Science

        • Biology,
        • Chemistry,
        • Physics,
        • Psychology
      • AP Exams

        • Calculus AB,
        • Macroeconomics,
        • Microeconomics,
        • Statistics,
        • Biology,
        • Chemistry,
        • Physics,
        • Psychology
      • SAT Subject Tests

        • Biology,
        • Chemistry,
        • Psychology
      • English

        • ESL
      • College Prep

        • SAT Math
      • Language

        • Spanish

      Ayesha graduated with honors from the University of Chicago in 2016, with a double major in History and South Asian Languages and Civilizations. She speaks three languages, a fact that reflects her experiences living (and teaching!) in two countries beside the US- India and Spain. In her eight years as an educator, she has worked with students of all ages and with wide-ranging academic goals and interests. She believes that every individual has the potential to be a curious and…

      Read More

      A lifelong lover of books, Ayesha started a library out of her bedroom in the fifth grade, along with a few friends. The only card-carrying member was one of their younger siblings.

      Subjects

      • College Prep

        • ACT,
        • College Essay,
        • SAT Math,
        • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
        • SAT Writing
      • Entrance Exams

        • City & State Exams,
        • ISEE,
        • SHSAT,
        • ACT,
        • SAT Math,
        • SAT Verbal Reasoning,
        • SAT Writing
      • Math

        • Algebra,
        • Algebra II,
        • Elementary Math,
        • Linear Algebra
      • Art History

        • Art History
      • AP Exams

        • Art History,
        • English Language,
        • English Literature,
        • European History,
        • Government and Politics,
        • U.S. History & Government,
        • World History
      • Science

        • Biology
      • SAT Subject Tests

        • Literature,
        • World History,
        • Biology
      • English

        • English Language,
        • English Literature,
        • Literature,
        • Reading,
        • Regents English,
        • Writing,
        • ESL
      • History

        • European History,
        • Global Studies,
        • Government and Politics,
        • Holocaust Studies,
        • Social Studies,
        • U.S. History & Government,
        • World History
      • Language

        • Spanish,
        • Hindi

      Nora has grown up in New York City and has been in education for 8 years. After graduating from Bank Street College of Education with a masters of science in general/special childhood education, she started as a classroom special education teacher and now is a student support coordinator at a charter school in the Bronx. As part of her role, Nora oversees, supports and navigates the special education process for families K-8. Nora has a lot of expertise in reading…

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      In a previous life, Nora did musical theater!

      Subjects

      • Learning Differences

        • Dyslexia,
        • Executive Functioning,
        • Test Anxiety,
        • Dysgraphia,
        • ADD/ADHD,
        • Processing Deficits,
        • Autism Spectrum Disorders,
        • Intellectual Disabilities,
        • Other Learning Disabilities
      • College Prep

        • College Essay
      • Early Childhood

        • Early Childhood Education
      • Math

        • Elementary Math
      • English

        • English Language,
        • Reading,
        • Writing,
        • ESL