- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
Please contact me for a free consultation.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
As stated above, the typical process is, as follows: Session 1: A Solid Foundation For Success Take a Proprietary Learning Styles & Interests Questionnaire. Relating subject matter to each student’s interests results in greater engagement throughout the learning process. "Nick’s Comprehensive Guide for Easy Points." Reviewing and memorizing these time-tested strategies empowers students to quickly and easily boost their scores. Homework Diagnostic. Before the first session concludes, students will be assigned an abbreviated diagnostic exam under time constraints, relaxation technique practice, and will need to obtain a silent watch and workbook. Subsequent Sessions: Growing A Stellar Score...and Chance of Admission Diagnostic Review. Students will review the results of the diagnostic exam with Nick. Together, they will then draft an individualized lesson plan with specific goals that address the areas in which improvement is needed. Ongoing Practice & Feedback. Homework in the form of practice exams and other assignments will be assigned regularly. These assignments are accompanied by progress reports and student feedback surveys. I look forward to working with you. Together, we will achieve your goals so you can gain admission to the college of your dreams! For more information, see tutormenick.com or email nickmosca at post dot harvard dot edu
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
- Certified Princeton Review Instructor - Harvard & Georgetown Grad & Former Admissions Officer - 15 Years of Tutoring & College Essay Experience - Kaplan Certified Teacher & Proctor - Stress-Reduction & Resilience Coach - Seasoned Educator With A Fun Style I look forward to working with you. Together, we will achieve your goals so you can gain admission to the college of your dreams! For more information, see tutormenick.com or email nickmosca at post dot harvard dot edu