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J.D., Concentration in Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Boston University School of Law
B.A., Political Science and Law & Society
University of California, Santa Barbara
Shaina has been teaching for The Princeton Review since 2003. A full-time teacher and tutor, she has spent the bulk of her test prep career with the New England office and also teaches LSAT LiveOnline Courses. While in law school, Shaina was the Managing Editor of the American Journal of Law & Medicine, a member of the National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Team, and a Student Advisor to first year law students. Shaina is an active member of several community organizations, and writes a food blog in her spare time.
It was while floating down the broad yellow belly of the Indus, clinging to an ever-twisting banyan limb under the sweetly oppressive scent of figs and violence that Dave Hall decided that there had to be an easier path to glory and untold wealth.
Six years later, with three perfect LSAT scores and over six thousand teaching hours under his belt, Dave's on his way. Well, he's on his way to the glory part, at least.
Dave's awe-struck students say that his most admired quality (aside from his keen wit and the strength of ten men) is his ability to inspire confidence. After taking their tests, his students often say that it was Dave's absolute confidence in them that fueled their belief in themselves.
With an impressive roster of former students now at Yale, Harvard, Stanford, Chicago, and NYU), it's clear he's doing something right.
Now, about that untold wealth…
Jason received a dual Bachelor's of Science from the University of Florida in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering, and was the recipient of the prestigious Electric E Award for maintaining a GPA above 3.95.
His tutoring approach is simple: tailor the lesson to each specific student, and make sure that the student is engaged and active.. A bored student, alas, is one that learns very little.
Jason tutors the SAT, ACT, numerous SATII subject tests, AP Calculus, AP Computer Programming (C++, C#, Java), the GRE, and the GMAT.
Oliver has been a teacher at TPR since 2007. He was originally certified in SAT, and has since cross trained in LSAT, GMAT, GRE, and ACT. He is a master tutor in these subjects, as well as a Master Trainer in both GMAT and ACT. In addition, he has been involved in several research and development projects, and is currently the content editor for a new math program. He is currently a student at the University of Texas in Austin.
J.D., Summa cum Laude, Brooklyn Law SchoolB.A., Economics, Duke University
Before becoming a tutor with The Princeton Review, David was a practicing attorney in the litigation department of one of Manhattan's most elite law firms and later in his own Southampton practice. Today, David teaches and tutors for The Princeton Review full-time in New York City.
In addition to tutoring students, David also trains teachers to teach the SAT, ACT, and LSAT. As the Senior Tutor for Professional Development and Mentoring, David develops The Princeton Review's national tutor training and professional development programs.
David, who grew up in Manhattan, attended the Allen-Stevenson School and the Riverdale Country School (graduating Cum Laude) and was the Valedictorian of his law school class.
In 2008, The Princeton Review named David "Teacher of the Year" in New York. In 2009, David was recognized for his exemplary work as a tutor.
Qualifications: David is a Master Tutor of SHSAT, SSAT, ISEE, PSAT, SAT, ACT, SAT Subject Tests (Math L1 and Math L2), GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT Verbal Reasoning and Writing, Business School Admissions Counseling and Law School Admissions Counseling. David has extensive experience working with students who receive special testing accommodations.
Lisa Liberati has proven through her record of consistently high score improvements and high referral rates to be a cut above the rest. In fact, in 2005 she was named The Princeton Review's Teacher of the Year. Lisa graduated from Dartmouth in 1983, and taught her first SAT course for The Princeton Review in 1987. She is deeply committed to giving her students the best test preparation experience available. Her teaching style is effective, efficient, and enjoyable.
Perhaps the greatest testimony to Lisa's preeminence as a teacher/tutor is that once she starts with a family, they choose her to tutor every sibling, and she has students who have worked with her on the HSPT or ISEE in middle school, the ACT, SAT, AP, and Subject tests in high school, and then the LSAT or GRE while in college.