Curtis has been teaching for The Princeton Review since 2007. Curtis received his dual BA/BS from the Evergreen State College in 2003, and was chosen to be the undergraduate speaker. He used his platform to warn of the danger in listening to the advice of undergraduate speakers. At Evergreen he edited the comics section of the school paper and studied everything from differential geometry to botanical printmaking in the Middle Ages. He spent several years after college tutoring high school mathematics in Seattle and in New York City before joining The Princeton Review. While working for The Princeton Review, Curtis has helped to revise and write many of our math and verbal materials for SAT, GRE, and several other tests. He is also an improv comedian who performs regularly around the city, has written and performed in sketch comedy shows for the internet and the stage, and has had work published in McSweeney’s and other magazines.
ACT, PSAT, SAT, SAT Subject and AP (Math, History, Literature), SSAT, ISEE, GRE, GMAT, Calculus, MCAT Verbal, and LSAT
Jonathan has over 10 years of teaching experience and has taught at Harvard, MIT, Brandeis, and Southern Illinois University. One of our most sought after tutors, Jonathan has led numerous professional development programs on testing and assessments. Jonathan was a National Merit Scholar and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He was also a contestant on TV's Jeopardy! In addition to tutoring for The Princeton Review, Jonathan is a skilled classical pianist and enjoys crossword puzzles, French language and literature.
PSAT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests (Math 1 and 2), GRE, GMAT, and MCAT Verbal
David Little has been teaching for The Princeton Review since 2005. He has taught hundreds of students in classroom, small group, and private one-on-one settings. David teaches the PSAT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests (Math 1 and 2), GRE, GMAT, and MCAT Verbal. He's also done academic tutoring for many high school and introductory college subjects. David has worked successfully with students of all scoring ranges, all ages, and all backgrounds to improve their scores. His ability to draw on multiple techniques and experiences allows him to personalize each tutorial to the student's particular learning style. When not teaching, David enjoys hiking and doing crossword puzzles, but usually not at the same time.