BA, Brown University
Hear from DeannaDeanna Saunders, a Brown University graduate with a degree in Psychology, has always been passionate about education. In college, she was a Head Writing Fellow, tutoring Brown graduates and undergraduates in essay writing. She also facilitated creative workshops in a Rhode Island prison. After graduating, Deanna taught high school math as a Miami Teach For America corps member. She's been involved with education in Miami ever since; these days, she's "so Miami" she gets cold when the temperature drops below 75 degrees! Deanna loves breaking down difficult concepts and making them easy. She believes that any student can master the SAT, and approaches tutoring with enthusiasm, dedication, and kindness.
Real reviewsDeanna approached every lesson in a kind and insightful way, which engaged us and made us enjoy class.
Hear from EricEric Fischer graduated cum laude from the University of California Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a 3.93 GPA. As UCLA has an exceptional analytic philosophy program, one that emphasizes formal logic and an analysis of language to refine arguments, Eric focused his studies primarily on the philosophy of language and logic. During this time, he also became avidly involved in tutoring the SAT, ACT, ISEE, and subjects such as mathematics, physics, logic, and Spanish. As a private tutor and an instructor for 4 years for various top-notch education companies in Los Angeles, Eric advanced his teaching abilities and especially his knowledge of the SAT and ACT. For the better part of one academic year, he also studied at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid as part of an Education Abroad Program. In Spain, he became fluent in written and spoken Spanish and moreover realized the tremendous value of living in a foreign country. With a keen interest for language, culture, and exposing oneself to new experiences, Eric considers traveling an intellectual journey. On that note, he loves visiting beach cities and other places with natural attractions.
BA, U. Pennsylvania
Hear from TimAs a sophomore in high school, Tim turned friendly homework help into a full-fledged tutoring service. He started teaching the SAT as soon as he received his score, most recently, a 2390. In his time at the University of Pennsylvania, Tim played lightweight football and studied History and Philosophy. He enjoys coaching youth sports and helping every student reach their “Aha!” moment. He is currently working on an app that snaps pictures of math problems and automatically explains them to students. On weekends, you can find him biking around Philly, whipping up fresh meals in the kitchen, working in his garden, or eating standardized tests for breakfast.