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Experience and Background:
Kyle graduated Magna Cum Laude from UConn School of Engineering with a degree in Chemical Engineering and a minor in Mathematics. He worked for Proton OnSite researching electrolysis stacks as part of his Senior Design project, in addition to participating in the National Science Foundation REU program while in school. After completing his bachelor's degree, Kyle went on to earn a master's degree in Mathematics Education from Rutgers University. Kyle realized at age 14 when he took his first mentoring job (as a swimming instructor!) that he enjoyed guiding others. Since then, he has taken on various mentoring roles, including swim coach, undergraduate tutor, teaching assistant, academic tutor, and test prep tutor all with the goal of helping others reach their full potential. Kyle is available to tutor SAT Math as well as all math subjects. He is about as experienced in education as one can get without ever formally being a classroom teacher.
Outside of academia, Kyle enjoys competitive swimming, playing video games (especially Nintendo!), walking his dogs, and watching Marvel movies.
Kyle offers Virtual Tutoring for all locations. Sessions are conducted over Google Meet and Zoom.
Personal Test Experience:
Kyle is one of few tutors that actively goes and practices by taking the official SAT. His current highest score is a 1540 which is well within the 99th %tile. He also earned a perfect score of 800 on the SAT Math section...three times. Many tutoring companies set much lower bars for their employees. Most usually give an in-house self-created diagnostic test or worse, they don't administer a test at all. Kyle stands apart by being well-versed and experienced with the official test content.
Kyle is a member of the National Test Prep Association, an organization dedicated to fostering collaboration amongst some of the best test preparation providers in the industry.
Kyle was recently featured several times on the college admissions podcast called Tests and the Rest. Please have a listen to the episodes if you would like to get to know him better!
Work smarter and harder. Take notes, correct your test, learn from every mistake. While you might not see some of the questions tested ever again, the skills learned from test prep will help you later in college and in life.
Saint Joseph High School '14
High School Diploma
University of Connecticut '18
BSE, Chemical Engineering
Minor in Mathematics
Rutgers University '20
Ed.M., Mathematics Education