Our Tutoring Staff
At PrepNow all of our tutoring is one-to-one, and our state-of-the-art virtual classroom enables your child to work privately with a tutor from the convenience of your home. Years of experience have taught us that finding the right match is a critically important step in a successful tutoring outcome, and our innovative program gives you access to some of the best tutors in the country. Each profile has information regarding the tutor's academic history, teaching experience, teaching style, hobbies and interests. This information, along with the diverse backgrounds and personalities of our staff, will help to ensure that you find the perfect match for your child.
"It's important to make mistakes because that's the only way we grow our brains and overcome new challenges," says tutor Alex K. With thousands of hours of professional tutoring for grades 1 through 12, Alex has helped students prepare for standardized tests and success in the classroom.
Bachelor's in Interdisciplinary Studies, UC - Berkeley
Writing, Basketball, Acting
"I believe that effective teaching lies in a combination of enthusiasm for the materials being taught, respect for the intelligence and skills of the student, and a constant drive to push them toward their full potential," says tutor Alex R. A professional illustrator with a love of books and learning, Alex has several years' experience tutoring in SAT preparation and general subject matter.
Bachelor's in Visual Art, Brown Universty
Art, Music, Animals
"I love when I can help a student break through to the next level of whatever they are trying to achieve," says tutor Alton (Trey) B. "I also love encouraging them to break past their doubts and worries about academic subjects and standardized tests." With more than six years' tutoring experience, Trey helps students work their own way to their answers.
Bachelor's in Economics, Georgia Tech
Reading, Math, Finance
A social worker whose work focuses largely on special education services in schools, tutor Amanda B. has tutored in a variety of subjects since she was in high school.
Bachelor's in Psychology, Harvard College
Master's in Social Work, State University Of New York At Buffalo
Board Games, Creative Writing, Video Games
"Teaching and learning should be a fluid interaction, not a stiff exchange or mechanic transmission of information," says tutor Drew G. A college instructor in American government, Drew says, "I love to learn about all kinds of subjects, and I enjoy sharing that knowledge with others."
Bachelor's in International Relations, University Of Delaware
Master's in Political Science, Georgetown University
Reading, Sports, Chess