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SAT, ACT, LSAT, and GMAT
David, an avid SCUBA diver, is one of The Princeton Review's most requested tutors. He is currently pursuing a Master of Science Degree in Neuroscience and Education at the Teachers College at Columbia University. In addition to tutoring students, David trains teachers to teach the SAT, ACT, LSAT, and GMAT. Also, as the Senior Tutor for Professional Development and Mentoring, David created and manages The Princeton Review's national tutor training and professional development programs. He is also the National Content Director for TPR's ISEE, SSAT, and SHSAT programs. Before working with TPR, David was a practicing attorney in the litigation department of one of Manhattan's most elite law firms. He grew up in Manhattan, attending the Allen-Stevenson School and the Riverdale Country School (graduating Cum Laude). He was the Valedictorian of his law school class.
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.
Lisa has been teaching for The Princeton Review since 1987. She has had the privilege of being trained by Princeton Review's best, and now she trains instructors all over the country in several subjects, including the LSAT, the SAT, and the SAT Literature test. Perhaps the greatest testimony to Lisa's preeminence as a 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 ISEE, SSAT, or HSPT in middle school, the ACT, SAT, and SAT Subject Tests in high school, and then the LSAT, GMAT, or GRE while in college.