Hear from SidhiSidhi was born in Brookfield, Wisconsin, a suburb of Milwaukee. She was named a National Merit Finalist and National AP Scholar in high school and won the Cardinal Stritch piano festival as well as the Civic Music Association scholarship her senior year. A Classical Studies fanatic, Sidhi took first place in the Academic Decathlon and was named MVP of a Latin-based quiz bowl competition at the National Latin Convention. She went on to concentrate in Neuroscience at Brown University, where she was later inducted into the Sigma Xi honor society. Her first summer of college, Sidhi became a branch manager for Ivy Insiders, a program which allowed students to set up their own mini-tutoring companies. She was ecstatic to witness her help result in an average ACT score boost of 6 points for her students. Later in college, she also tutored for BRYTE, a student-led program which pairs undergraduate tutors with refugees from Southeast Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. While she is currently pursuing a film career in both acting and production in Los Angeles, Sidhi is excited to keep tutoring students to beat standardized tests!
Sidhi was very knowledgeable and even provided some of her own outside information when teaching us the roots of words and their meanings.
I loved her!
Sidhi was awesome - she presented everything in a way that made it easily learnable. I loved her! I feel so lucky to have gotten her, she was a huge blessing.
Hear from DanielBorn and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Daniel is now a student at the University of California at Berkeley studying Computer Science and Physics. Throughout high school he provided free tutoring services through the National Honor Society, volunteered at city animal shelters, interned at an Oncology laboratory, and played Ultimate Frisbee. Daniel loves experiencing new cultures by eating ethnic food with friends and spends much of his time pursuing entrepreneurial ventures. Daniel's other leisure consists of long distance cycling, and falling off his surf board! He finds pleasure in not only passing on information, but giving students the tools to succeed. The proverb give a man a fish and you feed him for a day, teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime, is the way he approaches tutoring.
Real reviewsDaniel is patient!
Daniel was extremely patient in answering all of my questions and explaining concepts in a clear and relevant manner.
BS, University of Miami
Hear from MillinMillin was born and raised in Tampa, FL, where she matriculated from high school with a 4.0 GPA and a 2400 SAT score. She was a National Merit finalist and a Presidential Scholars candidate, as well as a member of the English Honor Society, Cum Laude, and National Honor Society. Currently, she attends the Honors Accelerated Medical Program at University of Miami under a full scholarship. This prestigious program enables students to combine their fourth year of undergraduate studies and their first year of medical school, completing both BS and MD degrees in 7 years. Millin has traveled all over the world, from Africa to Europe to India, and has learned about many different cultures along the way. And because her father’s side of the family resides in India, she has spent a lot of time there, including several months of her elementary school education and, in her teenage years, weeks observing medical procedures and treatments. Aside from travelling, Millin has a strong passion for creating award-winning art - particularly oil and acrylic paintings - and for English literature and poetry. In addition, she has a keen interest in pediatrics and in tutoring young children. Lastly, she greatly enjoys helping her fellow students with the academic subjects that she has mastered after years of perfecting her study habits and learning strategies.
Real reviewsHer ability to guide me through every step was extremely helpful.
I feel very prepared for the exam thanks to my instructor Ms. Sekhon. Her attitude also made me feel comfortable in the class and her ability to guide me through every step was extremely helpful.
I was able to improve my score by about 300 points
Working with Millin Sekhon was really helpful. She explains really well and I was able to improve my score by about 300 points. I learned a lot with her and it has helped me get high scores on my SAT.
I felt comfortable in class.
Millin had the ability to explain the material very clearly and to make students feel comfortable in the class.