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December 6 - March 7

Saturdays
12:15pm - 3:15pm
San Diego Central Library
330 Park Blvd.
San Diego Central Library, CA 92101
In person: SAT 2400 | $750 or 3 payments of $266

December 6 - January 18

Saturdays, Sundays
1pm - 4pm
San Diego
4240 La Jolla Village Drive
San Diego, CA 92037
In person: SAT 2400 | $750 or 3 payments of $266

January 31 - March 8

Saturdays, Sundays
12pm - 3pm
San Diego
4240 La Jolla Village Drive
San Diego, CA 92037
In person: SAT 2400 | $750 or 3 payments of $266

December 6 - January 18

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 1pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $750 or 3 payments of $266

December 15 - January 9

Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays
2pm - 5pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $750 or 3 payments of $266

January 27 - March 5

Tuesdays, Thursdays
4pm - 7pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $750 or 3 payments of $266

January 31 - March 8

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 1pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $750 or 3 payments of $266

Brian Tracz

Education:
BS, Boston College Ph.D, UC San Diego


Hear from Brian

Brian is a graduate of Boston College with a B.Sc. in biology and philosophy, summa cum laude, with honors, Phi Beta Kappa. With the help of his SAT performance, he was awarded Boston College's Presidential Scholarship, the university's full-tuition academic scholarship given to 15 incoming freshmen. His initial interest in classical piano performance was soon eclipsed by neuroscience and philosophy, and he worked for more than two years in a neuroimmunology lab, in which he wrote his senior thesis on conceptual issues in neuroscience. Brian flew across the pond to Germany during the 2012/13 school year to teach English at the Catholic University, Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, where he independently developed the syllabi used for his courses. In 2013, he began his PhD in philosophy at the sunny University of California, San Diego, where he hopes to specialize in philosophy of perception, cognitive theory, and Germanic philosophy. Between Tuesday crosswords, Brian enjoys table tennis, Mahler's symphonies, hiking, and gastronomy.


Eric Fischer

Education:
BA, UCLA


Hear from Eric

Eric 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.


Lalita Singhasri

Education:
BA, UCLA


Hear from Lalita

With a passion for travel and studying foreign languages, Lalita had the privilege of living on three different continents in 2009, having spent over a month each in Asia, Europe, and North America. Growing up bilingual as a Thai-American in Los Angeles, she learned early on to experiment with the rules, boundaries, and interplay of mixing different languages. At Cleveland Humanities Magnet High School, her lifelong love affair with philosophy, the humanities, and intellectual exploration was piqued. While earning her Bachelor’s Degree at UCLA in American Literature and Culture (with minors in Asian American Studies and Comparative Literature), Lalita also took Intermediate Thai, which afforded her the opportunity to participate in the Advanced Study of Thai summer program at Chiang Mai University in Thailand. During her undergrad years, she also spent a summer studying “Multiculturalism in Hawai’i” (through UCLA’s Asian American Studies Department) at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa. She then got to fulfill her lifelong dream of living in New York City when she was accepted to the prestigious English and Comparative Literature program at Columbia University, in which she earned her MA while being enthralled by the ideas of Jacques Derrida and Michel Foucault. Since that time, Lalita has gone on to earn certificates from Le Cours de Langue et Civilisation de la Sorbonne and TEFL Paris.

Teaching has been a longtime passion and talent for Lalita, as she has over a decade of experience tutoring and teaching various academic subjects, including: test prep, Thai language, ESL, Asian American Studies, and University Writing. Most recently, she has spent two years as a Thai Town foodie tour guide, four years as a lecturer at Cal State University, Northridge, and three years as a Literacy Program volunteer for the Los Angeles Public Library.

She looks forward to demystifying the SAT for her students and (hopefully) even making it fun!

Real reviews

I was very glad to be one of her students.
Lalita was an excellent teacher, she personally helped out throughout the course and even through emails during the week. I was very glad to be one of her students.

I give her a 10!
Lalita was very helpful and motivational. I could understand her in every way. She was very helpful when I asked questions. On the scale of 1-10, I give her a 10!

Would love to have a class with her again.
Excellent teacher. Would love to have a class with her again. I will definitely recommend this course to my friends. She helped us out a lot, was caring and was always prepared for class. Very happy with this course!!

My instructor Lalita was amazing!
My instructor Lalita was amazing! She helped me so much! In class and out of class she was very helpful giving me great feedback on the essays I sent her.