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September 5 - September 27

Saturdays, Sundays
1pm - 4pm
San Diego
4240 La Jolla Village Drive
San Diego, CA 92037
In person: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

December 19 - January 17

Saturdays, Sundays
1pm - 4pm
San Diego
4240 La Jolla Village Drive
San Diego, CA 92037
In person: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

August 1 - August 23

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 1pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

August 3 - August 26

Mondays, Wednesdays
3pm - 6pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

August 4 - August 27

Tuesdays, Thursdays
4pm - 7pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

August 8 - September 26

Saturdays
10am - 1pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

August 11 - September 3

Tuesdays, Thursdays
3pm - 6pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

August 15 - September 6

Saturdays, Sundays
7am - 10am (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

September 2 - September 30

Wednesdays, Mondays
3pm - 6pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

September 5 - September 27

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 1pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

September 15 - October 8

Tuesdays, Thursdays
4pm - 7pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

September 19 - September 27

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 4pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

October 5 - October 28

Mondays, Wednesdays
3pm - 6pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

October 10 - November 1

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 1pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

October 24 - November 1

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 4pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

October 31 - November 22

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 1pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

November 10 - December 3

Tuesdays, Thursdays
3pm - 6pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

November 21 - November 29

Saturdays, Sundays
8am - 11am (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

November 23 - December 16

Mondays, Wednesdays
3pm - 6pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

December 1 - December 23

Tuesdays, Thursdays
3pm - 6pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

December 7 - December 30

Mondays, Wednesdays
4pm - 7pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

December 19 - January 17

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 1pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

December 21 - December 31

Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
10am - 1pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

January 9 - January 17

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 4pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: SAT 2400 | $690 or 3 payments of $246

Scott Kazmierowicz

Education:
BA, Stanford


About Scott

Scott was born and raised in San Diego, California. There he found a love for music, philosophy, mathematics, and surfing.  Fluent in Spanish, he is a National-Merit Semifinalist and a National AP Scholar.

Scott has been teaching guitar, voice and music theory privately for over 6 years, and loves to help students improve their musical skill and master music theory. He has also tutored students in English and math for the last 3 years. Building on that experience, he founded and teaches guitar for MissionArts Education, an organization that creates opportunities for low-income, aspiring artists and musicians to learn from volunteer teachers.

Scott loves to follow world politics and international relations, and is involved with Amnesty International at his school.  He is also a leader on the organizing committee of TEDxYouth@SanDiego, a youth event promoting the power of ideas. Scott is excited to continue teaching and tutoring and help students master the SAT and achieve their academic goals.

Real reviews

Encouraging Instructor.
Scott was really encouraging, and reinforced everything we had learned at the beginning of every class.

Scott helps you understand.
Scott K. spent a lot of time on vocab, which helped both with memorizing vocab and with understanding the definitions more comprehensively.


Luke Verlinsky

Education:
BA, UCLA


About Luke

Luke Verlinsky was born in Fort Stewart, Georgia, but was raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles, where he graduated valedictorian at his high school with over a 4.0 GPA. He won the National Merit Scholarship Competition, competed on his high school’s national championship winning robotics team, and was captain of the varsity volleyball team. He matriculated at UCLA as a Regent Scholar, where he studies Biochemistry, plays Ultimate Frisbee, and pursues his passion in art on his spare time, describing himself in his blog as “a strict black and white fundamentalist who dabbles in color.” He has been teaching mathematics and the sciences since early high school, and found a sharp interest in tutoring. He fulfills this love for teaching by helping students earn higher scores on their SATs and allowing them to attend a university where they will belong as well.
 

Real reviews

Luke is a tenacious tutor
Luke is an attentive, tenacious tutor who has tremendously helped me improve my overall understanding of calculus, as well as improve my ability to be creative while solving calculus problems. He's supportive, assertive, and I highly recommend him to anyone else looking for a math tutor.
 


Aidan Calvelli

Education:
BA, Brown University


About Aidan

Aidan was born in Rochester, NY, and has lived in that snow-filled city for all his life! A student at Brown University, Aidan's favorite aspect of teaching is seeing a student’s eyes light up from the exhilaration of a new discovery. If he had one wish for all students taking the SAT, it would be for them to approach the test in a stress-free way, understanding that with hard work and practice, anyone can succeed on the test!. He loves doing anything that stimulates the mind which is why he enjoys analyzing and perfecting SAT strategies.  When Aidan is not deconstructing the SAT, he can be found reading, shooting hoops at the gym, reciting poetry, or doing educational volunteering.

 

Real reviews

He is absolutely a great teacher.
Aidan is such a good teacher. He is really concerned about our personal improvement. While he was teaching, we were engaged with the class. Even though every lesson lasts 3 hours, we really did not feel that they were that long. I would recommend him to every student studying for the SAT. He is absolutely a great teacher.


Reilly Lorastein

Education:
BA, Bowdoin College


About Reilly

Reilly received her Bachelor’s degree with honors in Africana Studies and History from Bowdoin College in 2013. As a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellow she spent the summer of 2012 conducting independent research on racial identity formation in Lima and Cuzco, Peru. That same summer she also traveled to Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa to research prison literature during apartheid in South Africa. Her honors thesis, completed Spring 2013, ultimately looked specifically at prison literature produced through a program of higher education within San Quentin State Prison. Her goal was to define the conventions of the New Prison Literature produced within the past two decades, and the contemporary “incarcerated experience” as a subject position that intersects with race, class, gender, and sexuality. In addition to her written thesis Reilly also produced and performed in a live show that integrated the original poetry of incarcerated people, dance, and live music. Reilly is currently pursuing a career in the performance arts.

Real reviews

Keeps us focused and happy!
Would strongly recommend her for her special ability to keep the class focused and happy.

She made each lesson enjoyable and understandable.
Reilly was really helpful and taught me a lot. Not only that - she made each lesson enjoyable and understandable.

Reilly was awesome.
Reilly was awesome, she was younger, very personable and relateable. Which made me feel very comfortable and gave me hope that I could also do well on the SAT.

 


Kaysee Tom

Education:
BS, UC Berkeley
MA, Columbia


About Kaysee

Kaysee grew up outside of Los Angeles until moving to the Bay Area for undergrad. She majored in Environmental Science at UC Berkeley, where she wrote a thesis studying native bees in California agriculture. She graduated in 2013 with high honors and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Since then, she has completed a Master of Public Administration program at Columbia University, and is currently living in New York City, but missing the real Mexican food in California. Kaysee has been a dancer since the age of three, and performed with a local ballet company in Southern California before joining the Cal Dance Team at UC Berkeley and cheering for up to 72,000 football and basketball fans. In her free time, Kaysee likes reading, running, baking, and DIY crafts.


Lalita Singhasri

Education:
BA, UCLA


About 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.


Jake Davidson

Education:
BS, USC


About Jake

Jake was born and raised in the Los Angeles, enjoying the sunny skies so much that he stayed put for college. He currently attends the University of Southern California, studying both Accounting and Law, History, and Culture. Jake is a Mork Family Scholar at USC and enjoys writing for the school paper as well as participating in various clubs. In his free time, he enjoys reading and writing as well as playing, watching, and coaching basketball and football. He has been tutoring privately since the age of 15 and is incredibly excited to help students succeed on the SAT. Jake enjoyed taking the test and wants to help others experience a similar feeling with the SAT.

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Great teaching style.
Awesome dude with an energetic teaching style!

Fun instructor!
Made SAT prep a whole lot more fun.

Personal Improvement.
Jake was very helpful and gave me tips for my personal improvement.


David Greenslade

Education:
BA, UNC Chapel Hill


About David

David Greenslade hails from the great state of North Carolina where the tea is sweet, and the people are sweeter, and is excited to be involved with a group of educators as dedicated to excellence as those at Veritas Prep. David's interest in teaching began while tutoring underrepresented populations during his time at the University of North Carolina. It was here where he fell in love with teaching and realized the transformative impact of caring and knowledgeable guidance for those who want to achieve at the highest level. David continued working with diverse groups of people when he traveled to Spain during his senior year and was part of an organization that facilitated language exchange classes between foreign and native Spanish students. After receiving a degree in Biology, David's continued desire to learn and teach in new and exciting contexts was rewarded with a fellowship through Princeton in Asia to teach English and study Mandarin at the Dalian University of Technology in Dong Bei, China.

When David is not translating signs in Chinatown for his own amusement, he is involved with Improv comedy and acting for the stage which has taken him all over the country as a performer and a teacher. David has won numerous honors for his regional work in North Carolina and was featured in the DSI Comedy Festival, the Del Close Marathon, the Implosion Comedy festival and is currently the three on three champion at the UCB theater's Friday Night Improv Challenge. David loves his family as well as dogs, and if you put them together, he is in heaven.

Real reviews

David knows the SAT.
I like the live interaction between us and the teacher. I could ask a question and he could answer right away.

Knowledgeable instructor.
Very interactive and knowledgeable.

Patient instructor.
Nice guy... tries his best to help us understand things.


Ben Hardee

Education:
BS, UT Austin
BA, UT Austin
MA, UT Austin


About Ben

Ben was born in Austin, TX, and apart from short stints in Spain and upstate New York, has lived there all his life. Ben graduated from the University of Texas with degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Government. He is currently in graduate school for political science at UT. Ben felt a vocational calling to teach after spending a summer working at a math and science camp for middle school-aged students from historically underrepresented backgrounds. He has tutored the SAT for three years. In his free time, Ben enjoys playing recreational tennis, following professional tennis, learning new things, and communing with the architects of modern liberal democracy.

Real reviews

Benjamin Hardee was a great instructor.
Benjamin Hardee was a great instructor. He was able to properly explain the material and answer any questions our group had. He was very patient and helped me better understand the strategies that the Veritas Prep course outlines. I strongly recommend Mr. Hardee to others.

Great instructor.
Ben is very patient and willing to teach. Great instructor. Always looks to help on any question we have to make us understand.

Extremely helpful.
Ben knew what he was talking about and was extremely helpful.
 


Tim Dugan

Education:
BA, University of Pennsylvania


About Tim

As 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.   

 


Mike Ventri

Education:
BA, CSU Fullerton


About Mike

Born and educated in Southern California, Mike Ventri graduated cum laude from Servite High School Honors Program, receiving the Bausch and Lomb Science Award (and accompanying scholarship) for the top science student. In addition, he received the top scores in the school on a competitive math exam. Favoring a broad-spectrum education, Mike went on to earn Bachelor Degrees in both Physics and Biology, graduating just a few classes shy of a third Bachelor's in Mathematics. He also completed the pre-med coursework and testing requirements for entering medical school.

In addition to the hard-science and math education, Mike completed numerous units in other academic fields, including psychology, history, geology, philosophy, music, dance, physical education, art, and computer science. This eclectic background served him well in relating  to students with differing backgrounds in the variety of teaching environments he has encountered.

Traveling, outdoor activities, music, dance, and learning have always been his passions.

Carpe Diem

Real reviews

I'm very lucky to have had him as my mentor
Mr. Ventri is a very talented, intelligent, and knowledgeable man.  I'm very lucky to have had him as my mentor in SAT training,  because he is great at explaining concepts, and he genuinely cared about everyone's improvement on the SAT.

I feel really confident!
I would like to sincerely thank Mr. Ventri for his dedication as a teacher.

Thanks Mr. Ventri!
I apprecaite the awesome advice and support. I feel I am well prepared for the SAT. I will keep your tips in mind. Thank you!


 


Courtney Tran

Education:
BS, UC Berkeley


About Courtney

A Texas native raised in California, Courtney attends the University of California at Berkeley on a full scholarship studying Political Economy and Rhetoric. In high school, she was named a National Merit Finalist and National AP Scholar, represented her district two years in a row in Public Forum Debate at the National Forensics League National Tournament, and was active in local politics, speaking against budget cuts in and closings of Oakland Public Libraries. Her love of teaching was born in volunteer work: assisting her piano teacher, reading English and Spanish books to children at her local library, and offering academic tutoring at her high school. That interest soon evolved into privately teaching classical piano, and spending a summer in an English-Chinese language immersion program in China, where she taught English and music courses. She looks forward to working with the extraordinary people at Veritas and bringing her love of teaching to the online classroom.

Outside school and teaching, Courtney has earned music diplomas from the American College of Musicians and a brown belt in Bok-Fu, and composes music for the Linden Street Dance Company. When not balancing (and re-balancing) her schedule, Courtney enjoys ballroom dancing, Japanese food, playing guitar and alto saxophone, reading Calvin and Hobbes comics and the New York Times, and attending poetry slams.

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Able to explain complex concepts in the most simplest ways.
Courtney was very personable and able to explain complex concepts in the most simplest ways. She taught different techniques to use for difficult sections such as the vocabulary and reading section that made taking the test a lot easier.

She is the best tutor/teacher I've ever had.
Courtney  was caring, patient, and understanding. She worked with us (the class) incredibly well, and no one was left out. She kept everyone in tuned with the topic, and truly gave an effort to improve us. I felt like her sole duty was to improve my SAT taking skills, and that's it. During the sessions, she was dedicated and got through all the curriculum. She even did more work than needed in order to improve our weak spots. She is the best tutor/teacher I've ever had.

I would recommend her to anyone
She was a great instructor. Before taking this class, my score on practice SAT tests had been below my expectations. However, once Ms. Courtney Tran taught me all of the 2400 strategies, my SAT score on practice tests increased by more than 250 points. With her help, I am now meeting my own expectations. I would recommend her to anyone who seriously needs help on a section of the SAT. She will go through the strategies step by step and make sure that you understand it. If I get a really good score on my SAT when I take it, a huge part of my success will be attributed to her. Because of her, I understand reading passages better and am able to connect them with the questions to make my reading struggles much easier than before.


Cambrian Thomas-Adams

Education:
BA, Yale


About Cambrian

 
Cambrian is a Deerfield, Massachusetts native living in Los Angeles. He recent graduated cum laude from Yale, with distinction in the Theater Studies major. Cambrian is an actor, writer, and playwright. He also loves speaking Italian, large dogs, cooking with unhealthy levels of spice, and watching movies by the Coen Brothers. Cambrian grew up inspired by two excellent teachers- his father, who teaches English at Deerfield Academy, and his mother, who teaches first grade- and therefore is happy to be able to continue this heritage by helping students tackle the SAT.