My brain hurts I thought is was going to be easier to learn the SAT again. 8 years ago, when I picked up the SAT again as an adult, I had to relearn a ton of math. Who knew there was such a thing as a slope inverse formula? So, yes, I thought it was going to […]
I’m celebrating my birthday this Friday, April 10, by having pay-what-you-will SAT tutoring sessions with all money raised going to my favorite charity DonorsChoose.org. Everybody wins! If you’d like to book a session on April 10, jump over to my calendar and grab a spot. These will be working sessions – you’ll have to do homework […]
I’m often asked how my SAT students routinely get such great results. I immediately reply, “I have brilliant students.” And I do. 🙂 But, interestingly enough, I don’t screen incoming clients. I work with kids from the 400s through the 700s. And, yet, to a kid, they are brilliant. Yes, their score might not be reflecting […]
One of the very best benefits of my job (besides being able to spend most of my days with amazing high-school students), is being able to donate a portion of my income back to other school teachers. I’m a fourth-generation teacher and public school – and the education of *every* child – is very dear to […]
13 SAT test tips from Debbie Stier over at The Perfect Score Project.
The June SAT score results are back today. How did you do? As always, huge congratulations to my students! They did amazing work which resulted in stellar SAT scores across the board. These kids with these numbers make it look easy. It’s not. Which makes their achievements even more remarkable! Breaking into the 600s… K. is a […]