I have more than 10 years of experience mentoring students in test prep. I have a bachelor's degree in biology from the University of Miami and I tutor grades 3-College.

My tutoring style:

I am an organized, hardworking, and enthusiastic tutor who enjoys implementing engaging lesson plans for my students. My methodology for mentoring students utilizes specific teaching styles and metacognitive strategies to accommodate the needs of each student and provide an optimal learning experience. I am fond of associating academic concepts with everyday topics my students can relate to. Moreover, I provide each of my students with the necessary tools and an overarching strategy to successfully navigate through their academic coursework or standardized test preparation.

Success stories:

J.K. came to me with an 1150 SAT score (600 on EBRW; 550 on Math). J.K. and her parents believed that she could improve upon her current competencies and excel with a structured mentorship program. Fortunately, she had three months to prepare for her next SAT examination, just in time for the upcoming college application cycle. After weeks of research, J.K. and her family decided to sign up for my mentorship/tutoring program. When asked about what made my class most helpful for test day, she replied “you taught me how to take the exam in an effective manner. You improved my confidence, and I felt a lot better with my time management on the exam.” In the end, J.K.’s hard work paid off. She ended up receiving a composite score of 1400 (680 on EBRW; 720 on Math) – a 250 point improvement! To see her accepted into her top choice program, the University of Florida, made my job as a tutor and educator all the more rewarding.

M.P. was preparing for his third attempt at the SAT. M.P.’s goal for the future was to become a physician of integrity so that he could impact the lives of others in a positive manner. However, there was one hurdle to his academic journey to date – the SAT examination. M.P. struggled with this test, receiving a composite score of 1220 on his first attempt and 1290 on his second attempt. To get into his desired programs (with direct entry into medical school), students need stellar grades and standardized test scores. His dream was to attend one of these prestigious institutions, and I did everything I could to help him reach his objective. Utilizing metacognitive strategies, positive reinforcement, and spaced repetition, we worked together over a span of fourth months in pursuit of academic excellence. By identifying his strengths and weaknesses, M.P. was able to reflect upon his competencies and substantiate his capabilities. After four months of hard work and dedication to the task at hand, M.P. shockingly reviewed his new SAT score – a 1460! He received acceptance into Baylor’s B.S./M.D. program which was one of his top choices. I am grateful that I was able to help this student attain his educational objectives so that he can one day reach his dreams of becoming a physician of integrity.

Hobbies and interests:

Wakeboarding, hiking, fishing, sports (especially football, baseball, MMA), fitness training, nutrition, concerts, traveling, photography, video games.


Elementary Math, Middle School Math, Common Core Math, Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Honors Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, College Algebra, College Geometry, College Trigonometry


Elementary Science, Middle School Science, General Science, Biology, Honors Biology, AP Biology, Chemistry, Honors Chemistry, AP Chemistry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, AP Environmental Science, College Biology, Anatomy & Physiology, Geology, College Chemistry

Test Prep:

SAT Math, SAT Writing, ACT Math, ACT Science, ACT Reading, ACT English, ACT Writing, SSAT, PSAT, GMAT, MCAT, SAT Reading, SAT - All Sections, ACT - All Sections

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