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SATI CR&W(실전문제)

  Davis Jung
Current: Assistant University Academic Director
Education: Media Studies, Brown University
Info: Davis Jung has been teaching SAT’s for the past four years and has taken more than fifty exams, which he has reviewed extensively. Known for his comprehensive explanations in both the Reading and Writing portions, he is a well-known instructor. His proven strategies in tackling standardized testing have improved his students’ scores dramatically. His testing scores are as follows: SAT 1: 770 Verbal, 710 Math, SAT II Writing 790, SAT II Literature 790, SAT II Chemistry 710, LSAT 172, GRE 1530, AP US History 5, AP Literature 5, AP English Language 5, AP Spanish 5, AP Calculus 4
 
SATI Math

  Joseph Baek
Current: Academy Instructor
Education: Psychological and Brain Sciences, Johns Hopkins
Info: Having taught SAT’s for many years, Joseph Baek has distinguished himself as an exceptional teacher in Math and Sciences. As a star instructor in both Korean and American after-school academies, Joseph is a much in-demand instructor. His pupils’ scores have risen considerably and consistently under his tutelage. With many years of experience under his belt as a teacher, Joseph will be one of the best math teachers you experience.
 
SATII MathIIC


 

  Chaitanya Bandi
Current: PhD Student in Operations Research at MIT Sloan School of Management
Education: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Info: I am a PhD Student at MIT, working on areas related to optimization, statistics and data mining with applications to Finance. I also worked as Summer Analyst at Lehman Brothers.
 
SATII Chemistry

  Oksana Babchenko
Current: UMass Medical School ‘15
Education: Neuroscience, Brown University
Info: Another star teacher that has distinguished herself among her peers as an exception Chemistry teacher, Oksana brings both a genuineness and excitement to every topic she teaches. Her students often comment that she can make even the most boring of subjects incredibly engaging and fun. As she enters Medical School to become a Neurosurgeon, she is still determined to devote time and energy to sharing her knowledge and experience with the people around her.
 
SATII Biology

  Elizabeth Encarnacion
Current: Biology Teacher
Education: Pre-Medical/Theatre Arts, Brown University
Info: Liz Encarnacion graduated from Brown University as a Pre-Med/Theatre Arts student in May 2009. With a background in sciences and armed with great theatre-trained communication skills, she know she’ll make a confident teacher in the math and sciences. She has received the following test scores: SAT I: 760 Math, 760 Verbal. SAT II: 780 Chemistry, 690 Math IIc, 720 Biology, 760 Writing. AP: 5 in Chemistry, 4 in French Language, 5 in English, 5 in Calculus AB, 4 in US History
 
SATII Physics

  Charles Wood
Current: Peace Corps Math Teacher in Mozambique
Education: Physics, Brown University
Info: Charles Wood is a physics major from Brown University. He became interested in teaching by starting an after school math tutoring program for elementary students during high school. He currently runs an after school science club in Providence that gets kids excited about science through demonstrations and experiments in physics, chemistry, and biology. He scored 660 writing, 710 math, and 800 verbal on the SAT, 700 on the SATII Math Level 2, and 710 on the SAT Literature. He took a variety of AP classes and achieved a 4 in Latin: Vergil, a 5 in U.S. History, a 5 in English Literature, a 5 in Calculus AB, and a 5 in Calculus BC. He is also a recipient of a Karen T. Romer Undergraduate Research and Teaching Award, to perform biophysics research. When not in school, his pastimes include skiing, rock climbing, backpacking, traveling, and writing.
 
SATII US History


 

  Monica Althoff
Education: International Relations, Brown University
Info: Monica Althoff graduated from Brown University with a degree in International Relations, focusing on the study of political economy and development. For her degree, she completed courses in economics, history, sociology, anthropology, and political science. She studied history and economics at the University of Paris (Sorbonne) and speaks French and Spanish.
AP Chemistry

  Emily Silverman
Current: Johns Hopkins School of Medicine ‘14
Education: History of Art and Architecture, Brown University
Info: Emily Silverman is a History of Art and Architecture concentrator and pre-med student at Brown University. Before entering medical school in 2010, she will be taking a gap year to do clinical research at Christian Medical College in Vellore, India. Having taken classes in film at Brown, Columbia, and the University of Barcelona, she hopes to incorporate her interests in visual arts and documentary into her medical career.
 
AP Physics

  Charles Wood
Current: Peace Corps Math Teacher in Mozambique
Education: Physics, Brown University
Info: Charles Wood is a physics major from Brown University. He became interested in teaching by starting an after school math tutoring program for elementary students during high school. He currently runs an after school science club in Providence that gets kids excited about science through demonstrations and experiments in physics, chemistry, and biology. He scored 660 writing, 710 math, and 800 verbal on the SAT, 700 on the SATII Math Level 2, and 710 on the SAT Literature. He took a variety of AP classes and achieved a 4 in Latin: Vergil, a 5 in U.S. History, a 5 in English Literature, a 5 in Calculus AB, and a 5 in Calculus BC. He is also a recipient of a Karen T. Romer Undergraduate Research and Teaching Award, to perform biophysics research. When not in school, his pastimes include skiing, rock climbing, backpacking, traveling, and writing.
 
AP US History


 

  Monica Althoff
Education: International Relations, Brown University
Info: Monica Althoff graduated from Brown University with a degree in International Relations, focusing on the study of political economy and development. For her degree, she completed courses in economics, history, sociology, anthropology, and political science. She studied history and economics at the University of Paris (Sorbonne) and speaks French and Spanish.
 
HS Chemistry(선행학습)

  Aaron Small
Current: Pharmaceutical Researcher
Education: Chemistry, Brown University
Info: Since high school Aaron Small has gotten the opportunity to tutor and teach in various subjects and styles. This has included SAT math and verbal tutoring for American high school students, leading chemistry problem sessions at Brown University, teaching an English language class of middle-school aged French students in France, and one-on-one tutoring of an American college student in French. His personal SAT and AP scores are as follows. SAT I: 770 in Math, 780 in Verbal. SAT II: 770 in Physics, 770 in Writing, 780 in Chemistry, 790 in Math IIc. 5 in Macro Economics, 3 in French Language, 5 in Calculus BC with a 5 in the AB sub score, 5 in Physics B, 4 in US history and 5 in Chemistry.
 
HS Physics(선행학습)

  Charles Wood
Current: Peace Corps Math Teacher in Mozambique
Education: Physics, Brown University
Info: Charles Wood is a physics major from Brown University. He became interested in teaching by starting an after school math tutoring program for elementary students during high school. He currently runs an after school science club in Providence that gets kids excited about science through demonstrations and experiments in physics, chemistry, and biology. He scored 660 writing, 710 math, and 800 verbal on the SAT, 700 on the SATII Math Level 2, and 710 on the SAT Literature. He took a variety of AP classes and achieved a 4 in Latin: Vergil, a 5 in U.S. History, a 5 in English Literature, a 5 in Calculus AB, and a 5 in Calculus BC. He is also a recipient of a Karen T. Romer Undergraduate Research and Teaching Award, to perform biophysics research. When not in school, his pastimes include skiing, rock climbing, backpacking, traveling, and writing.