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12 years in business
19 hires on Thumbtack
Cyrus is a really great tutor. Not only did he help me better understand the lsat, but I now feel more confident going in because of his full and detailed explanationsOct 27, 2016Verified
Cyrus is incredibly personal and professional. Really great about communicating. Students enjoy his class and are actually excited to take the SATs!Nov 2, 2015VerifiedFocused P.'s reply
Thank you Jessica. It has been a pleasure so far teaching the Fall semester SAT prep course.
Cyrus is the best LSAT tutor ever! I have seen a lot of improvement with my LSAT skills compared to the on=line Kaplan course that I took almost two years ago. So far, I feel more prepared to take the test than ever!May 11, 2015VerifiedFocused P.'s reply
Thank you Tamika! We will continue building your skills. Keep up the good work.
He helped me with my LSAT and my son with SAT concurrently. He was very knowledgeable, very efficient and best of all he seriously poured out all the techniques and tools needed for us to get through this successfully. Great motivator! If I had chosen him to tutor my son as a mother, that shows how much I give credibility of his performance. I will gladly rehire him for my younger daughter for her SAT in the future!Feb 16, 2015Verified
I worked with Cyrus for about two months to prep for the SAT at UCLA. Awesome experience, my math skills (in context of what was needed for the SAT) improved greatly, and I can't wait to see how well my scores dictate that improvement!Oct 17, 2014VerifiedFocused P.'s reply
Thank you Philippe! It was a pleasure to work with you. I am sure all of the hard work and focus will pay off.
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- What types of customers have you worked with?LSAT, SAT, ACT, Legal course work
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?Hands down the biggest factor that determines whether a tutoring session is successful or not is the ability for the tutor to effectively communicate the material to the student. Each person learns and interprets material in a unique way, and I consider it my number one goal to present the information in a way that you understand, rather than simply reciting the information to you.