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Tim WilsonPremier Tutor
B.A. in Biology, University of Maryland
One of our most seasoned tutors, Tim attended the University of Maryland and the Defense Language Institute in Monterrey. Tim has taught for The Princeton Review since 2000 in a wide variety of subjects. He has been a Master Tutor in New Jersey, Washington DC, and San Francisco. Every summer, Tim teaches the SAT at the Drew Summer Camp for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Tim has tutored well over two hundred students to success with their tests, and was Princeton Review's New Jersey Tutor of the Year in 2004.Tim is a Premier Tutor of SAT, ACT, SSAT/ISEE, SAT Subject Tests (Math Level 1 and 2, Biology, Chemistry), MCAT Biology and General Chemistry.
Sotiri KyriakopoulosPremier Tutor
B.A. in Chemistry, Harvard University, cum laude
Sotiri has been teaching for The Princeton Review since 2001. After graduating from Harvard with deans honors, he attended the University of Michigan for medical school. Completing the first two years of medical school and successfully passing USMLE Step 1 of the boards, Sotiri decided to pursue other educational and professional goals. While Sotiri began tutoring as a part-time endeavor, his interest and success in the field has made him decide to devote his attention to his students full-time. Along with his diverse interests, Sotiri is an avid traveler, embarking on two to three round-the-world trips a year. Sotiri is a Premier tutor of SAT Subject Tests (Biology, Chemistry, and Physics), AP science exams and all MCAT subjects. He also provides admission counseling for medical school.
Kara QuickPremier Tutor
B.A. in Physiology, University of California, DavisM.D., University of Virginia School of Medicine
Kara has been honing the craft of teaching since she was 5 years old, instructing her little brother in the proper way of doing things, such as helping Kara clean up her room. She began teaching and tutoring professionally as a Physiology major at UC Davis, preparing students in Biology and Chemistry for the MCAT Kara took a break from teaching to attend Medical School. After earning her M.D., she happily returned to tutoring, teaching, and acting (you may have seen her in The Wire). Kara is honored to be able to help young people, from junior-high to college, reach their academic goals.
Lisa MayoPremier Tutor
B.A. in Physics, Smith College
Lisa has been teaching for The Princeton Review since 2004, and she is passionate about helping her students achieve their highest possible scores. She is a Premier Tutor for the SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, and MCAT Physics students, and is also an SAT Master Teacher Trainer. During the past few years she has worked with The Princeton Review's research and development department to help create new SAT, ACT, GRE, GMAT, and LSAT materials. When she is not in the classroom or writing new test materials, Lisa loves to travel. She has visited 9 countries so far, and is looking forward to traveling to more!
David LittleMaster Tutor
B.S. in Computer Sciences, University of Maryland, Baltimore CountyB.A. candidate in Economics, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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.
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