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Bill Knows Math
from 42 reviews
  • 4 years in business
  • 139 hires on Thumbtack
  • Top pro on Thumbtack
Morgan W.
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I am a senior at American University and first contacted Bill to help me prep for the math portion of the GRE. I experienced a jump of over 10 points on my math portion after working with Bill! Bill is an awesome tutor. He is flexible and quick to respond to changes in my busy schedule. He is also high energy and makes the process exciting! It was apparent during our first lesson that Bill really has a passion for teaching mathematics.

Novastar Prep
from 9 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 21 hires on Thumbtack
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We are very happy with Novastar prep ! They provide excellent tutors. My children are advancing as well as enjoying their sessions . Novastar prep is always available for questions and concerns .. Highly recommend them !

  • 8 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack

Personalized tutoring for standardized exams and academic subjects taught by top performing undergraduate and graduate school students from Ivy League.

Andy Schmegel
from 4 reviews
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Leslie D.
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Andy was an excellent tutor and resource when I was preparing for my GMAT! After working with Andy weekly for about 4 months, I was able to bring up my score and surpass my personal goal. Andy is always spunky and encouraging. He is able to work with varying learning styles and has great test taking techniques. Would 10/10 recommend.
from 1 review
  • 27 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Lauren B.
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I observed an SAT prep class. Jason was well prepared, knew how to answer every question, provided good feedback to the students, and prepared them well. I highly recommend him as a tutor.

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I am attending Georgetown's full-time MBA program this fall, and I can't be any more excited about this! I have started my own math tutoring business. My day job is an actuarial consultant, where I must effectively communicate mathematical concepts on a daily basis. I have undergraduate degrees in statistics and economics from the University of Maryland (2006). I have a strong and comprehensive math background, but I specialize in tutoring the following: * GMAT Math * GRE Math * SAT Math * Stats In the past, I have spent about half of my time prepping people for standardized tests and about half of my time tutoring people enrolled in Statistics courses. You may also contact me for other services.

Acumen Tutoring
from 8 reviews
  • 16 years in business
  • 15 hires on Thumbtack
Alyssa G.
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My daughter was struggling with some math concepts in her high school Algebra course, and Kendra (Acumen Tutoring) was instrumental in helping my daughter gain a better grasp of the concepts. My daughter stated to Kendra, "You make math so easy to understand." In addition, Kendra helped me put together some resumes and cover letters, giving advice or editing as needed. She worked with me every step of the way to make sure that I was effectively stating what I wanted to say about my experience and skills. Her assistance was invaluable in landing me a couple of positions. Thanks for all of your help!

Prometheus Prep
from 3 reviews
  • 10 years in business
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Brandon R.
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I worked with Lotus Prep when preparing to take the LSAT about a year ago. Before I started working with Michael, I was struggling to get the score that I wanted and needed to get into law school. After meeting with Michael twice a week for 3-4 months, everything started to click as he was able to help me simplify each question and pick the right answers, rather than over analyze which I had been doing. Through our sessions I was able to improve my score by 15 points. I applaud Michael for his patience and genuine service. I would highly recommend his company for anyone looking for tutoring services and achieving a more desirable score.


I give personal instruction in English to native speakers and those who are just learning the language. Each course of study is custom-designed to target particular problems: vocabulary, grammar, syntax, idioms and slang, oral or written communication. I also help prepare clients for the verbal and writing sections of standardized tests such as the SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, TOEFL and CLEP. Classes can be conducted online or at a site of your choice, in the day or evening, during the week or on the weekend. I offer a discount for two or more students. I’ve been an English tutor and writing coach off and on for almost 30 years. Most of my career has been devoted to writing and editing for newspapers and magazines, but I’ve also voiced radio news and taught ethics at the college level. Having lived abroad, I understand the challenges that foreign speakers face.


Manhattan Review is a boutique test preparation company offering GMAT, GRE, LSAT, SAT, and TOEFL preparation courses and private tutoring in many locations in the US and worldwide, both in-person and online. Manhattan Review also offers admissions consulting and application advisory services for top business schools, graduate programs and colleges. Manhattan Review's origin can be traced directly to an Ivy-League MBA classroom in 1999. While lecturing on quantitative subjects to MBAs at Columbia Business School in New York City, Prof Dr. Joern Meissner was asked by his students to assist their friends, who were frustrated with conventional GMAT preparation options. He started to create original lectures that focused on presenting the GMAT content in a coherent and concise manner rather than a download of voluminous basic knowledge interspersed with so-called "tricks". The new approach immediately proved highly popular with GMAT students, inspiring the birth of Manhattan Review.