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My son has worked with Nick for 6 years and during that time his proficiency in math increased dramatically. Nick was consistently professional and patient, putting in extra hours to help my son when he really needed it; be it with essay editing or studying for a math test. In addition to all this, Nick was a constant source of intellectual conversation and was always happy to help my son better understand the topics that interested him.Apr 11, 2017
We hired Nick Brown for our high school son to help him write. I was concerned that Nick would be doing the work but I soon realized that Nick was an amazing asset. He helped Max develop his thoughts and write well. Nick continued to help Max through history, math and SATs. Nick has an ability to bring out the best in his students, help them become confident and yes good writers. I highly recommend him. And, by the way, he really cares.Apr 10, 2017
Nick Brown is an amazing tutor. We first hired him to help my teen son with his English writing and now two years later he has become a tutor for just about everything. He is an excellent writer, a math whiz,and most of all, a great mentor and teacher. I recommend him highly.Apr 9, 2017
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge $200/hour to meet a student in person in Manhattan below 110th street or in Williamsburg or Brooklyn heights. I charge $150/hour for Skype or digital meetings.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I normally meet potential students for a half-price first session to see if we get along and will work well together. If that works out well, then I try to set up a weekly or biweekly meeting time.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have an Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Yale. I grew up in the Bay and took remote math and physics courses from Stanford, which is why I still tutor those subjects. I tutored the LSATs for Kaplan in Chicago before moving to New York, where I started tutoring more generally. I also did half of a masters degree in fiction at Columbia, but had to drop out to shoot a TV show.