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Mary K.

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Experienced, private tutor for English, Math, SAT, LSAT, ESL!

Cost: $30 - $50 Per Hour Company: Tutor Bungalow


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I have over nine years of experience working as a private tutor for students in grades K-12 as well as college and graduate level students. I have had over 50 individual students but also taught courses in classroom settings, such as the SAT and the LSAT for companies such as Princeton Review and Powerscore. My areas of expertise are English (writing, reading, grammar, vocabulary, ESL), mathematics up to geometry, and test-taking strategy for standardized exams like the LSAT. Currently, I am a law student at Harvard Law School and usually tutor on campus or in Harvard Square. If you are searching for a talented and qualified tutor who genuinely enjoys teaching, consider meeting with me to discuss your needs!


Cost $30 - $50 Per Hour
Years of Experience 10
Type of Tutoring In-Person, One-on-one
Locations Your Office, Student's Home

Tutoring Subjects

Languages: English

Mathematics: Algebra 1, Geometry, Linear Algebra, Prealgebra

Tests: CBEST, GED, LSAT, SAT Reading, SAT Writing

Music: Violin

English Language Arts: ESL, Grammar, Literature, Proofreading, Reading, Speech, Vocabulary, Writing

About Tutor Bungalow



Noodle says

Tutor Bungalow is a tutor listing service. They provide no reviews, are not selective hiring tutors, provide no support for tutors, and do not background check their tutors. In short, there is no way to ensure that tutors from this service are skilled. If you are in the market for a low cost tutor, we'd recommend using a different tutor listing service.

Tutor Bungalow says

Tutor Bungalow is not a tutoring agency. We are a tutoring marketplace, helping to connect students directly with tutors. By allowing students to contact and pay tutors directly, we remove the middle man (tutoring agencies) and save everyone a lot of money!

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