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John MoscatielloPremier Tutor
B.A. in Spanish Literature,New York UniversityM.A. in Medieval History,Fordham UniversityPh.D. in History, University of Notre Dame (in progress)
A teacher, trainer, and admissions counselor for the last decade, John recently served as the National Content Director of Tutoring. In this capacity, he trained hundreds of teachers and tutors across the country and edited and wrote content for nine of the Princeton Review's books. He frequently organizes seminars on college admissions and has worked as an admissions counselor for students in the New York, Chicago, and London metro areas. John has also worked with hundreds of underprivileged students in New York through the TEAK Fellowship and the Peter Jay Sharp Foundation's program at the Princeton Review. Outside of the Princeton Review, John is a professional historian, finishing his Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame, where he has earned a Fulbright grant to Spain, won awards for his undergraduate teaching, and organized a major international conference on Spanish and Latin American history. He has previously worked as a financial analyst for Deutsche Bank and as a technician in a biology lab at New York University.
Jonathan DworakPremier Tutor
B.A. in Economics,Columbia UniversityPh.D. in Economics,M.I.T. (A.B.D.)
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. Jonathan is a tutor of the ACT, PSAT, SAT, SAT Subject and AP (Math, History, Literature), SSAT, ISEE, GRE, GMAT, Calculus, MCAT Verbal, and LSAT.
Rand HubiakMaster Tutor
B.A. in English, Penn State
Rand Hubiak first started teaching for Princeton Review in 1997 in State College, PA, as part of the former summer discovery program at Penn State, his alma mater. Rand has worked for the Princeton office since spring of 2004. He makes the SAT enjoyable by referring everything back to Family Guy, South Park or Dude Where's My Car?, proving that, given the right instructor, even SAT prep can be fun. When he is not teaching, Rand enjoys writing and performing music. He has three CDs of demos and two projects in the works and ready to record.
Shaina WalterPremier Tutor
B.A. in Political Science and Law & Society,University of California, Santa BarbaraJ.D. with a Concentration in Litigation & Dispute Resolution,Boston University School of LawMember of the Massachusetts Bar
Shaina is originally from California and has been teaching for The Princeton Review since 2003. After graduating from law school, Shaina taught and tutored full-time in Boston, Washington, DC, and online before taking on the added role of Tutoring Manager for the Boston office in 2012. Shaina has worked with hundreds of students of all scoring levels and abilities, and she particularly enjoys working with high achieving students. Shaina's students are frequently accepted to their top choice schools and her students are currently attending (or have already graduated from) numerous elite universities across the country. In addition to teaching and tutoring, Shaina has worked with the Content Development teams for several subject areas and she trains new teachers for the SSAT, ISEE, LSAT, and the Verbal portion of the MCAT. Outside of The Princeton Review, Shaina is an active member of the Junior League of Boston and writes a food blog in her spare time.
James RosenthalMaster Tutor
BA, Macalester CollegeMA, College of William and Mary
One of the top five tutors in upstate New York, James enjoys helping students succeed—especially when they initially had doubts about their score-earning potential. He's worked with high-scorers, low-scorers, students with learning disabilities, non-native English speakers, and students preparing at the last minute. In every case, he enjoys helping students achieve the scores they want. James holds a BA from Macalester and an MA from the College of William and Mary. He tries to get to the ocean as much as he can, and he likes clamming and musseling. When he's not tutoring, he's usually doing the New York Times crossword puzzle or reading. He's lived in ten states and competed in ballroom dance, in which he was a finalist in the foxtrot.