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- Bachelors in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania, USA (Currently 4th year student in Computer Science)
- SAT scores: Writing: 750, Reading: 690, Math: 720
- Got accepted to: UPenn, MIT, Carnegie Mellon University, LUMS, Florida Institute of Technology, Bates College, Harvey Mudd College, Trinity University
- O-Levels grades: 10 A*'s
- A Levels grades: 3 A's
Experience: 6 years
I have a lot of experience teaching for standardized testing services. I started teaching in 2010 and still am.
These tests are all easy to conquer, but just need creative teaching methods that resonate with the student's mentality. Having been a student of standardized testing myself, and still a university student, I understand the mindset of students and will be able to offer good strategies to conquer these tests.
A lot of students make the mistake of only relying on tips and tricks to carry them successfully through such tests. However, those tips and tricks are only the icing to the whole cake, which is extremely easy to digest if prepared for properly.
I was extremely successful when I gave my SAT's, because I didn't fall for the same common strategies that every other student did. I studied and practiced smartly, and reaped the results.