Reserve a Spot on Jonah Fishel Premier Prep Tutoring Roster
AN OVERVIEW OF THE PREMIER PREP PROCESS
Each tutor works with a limited number of students, and there is a one-time fee to reserve a spot on the tutor’s roster. Reserving a spot grants access to the tutor’s booking system via My Account, and from there you will immediately be able to book tutoring sessions at the days and times of your choosing using the tutor’s real-time availability.
Sessions can be booked up to 45 days in advance on an individual or recurring basis, and once a session is booked it can be rescheduled from My Account at no additional charge up to 24 hours prior to the appointment’s date and time. All sessions take place using Zoom, and links to the Zoom meeting will be listed on your calendar at My Account and in all meeting confirmations and reminders.
To reserve a spot and begin working with this tutor, select the test or subject you would like to prep for from the dropdown below. The fee for reserving the spot will be displayed, and you can then click the ADD TO CART button to begin the reservation process.
RESERVE YOUR SPOT
Availability: 1 Roster Spot(s) Remaining
Sessions can be booked with this tutor at the following days and times (Eastern):
- Mondays: 12pm-9pm
- Tuesdays: 12pm-9pm
- Wednesdays: 12pm-9pm
- Thursdays: 12pm-9pm
- Fridays: Unavailable
- Saturdays: Unavailable
- Sundays: 12pm-9pm
If your schedule requires a very specific combination of days and times for your sessions, please contact us directly prior to reserving your spot; we’re happy to talk by chat using the bubble to the bottom-right, by email at email@example.com, or by phone, whichever you prefer.
Jonah actually liked Latin class in high school, so tutoring his peers for $10/hr after school was a logical choice for him in 10th grade. He branched out into science and math in his senior year, and then added SAT/ACT tutoring to his offerings while he was pursuing his bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Storytelling (and a minor in Religious Studies and Computer Science). After moving to Philadelphia in 2016, and having been tutoring on the side for eight years, Jonah decided to go pro with a full-time tutoring job. He’s been with Inspirica ever since.
Jonah now works full-time as Inspirica’s jack-of-all-trades, using his experience learning about and tutoring a wide variety of subjects to provide niche prep programs for unusual subjects. In his three years at Inspirica, Jonah has tutored every science subject, three different levels of calculus, an intro to business course, and literally every Latin program that has come through the door. Of course, Jonah also has eight years of experience tutoring the SAT and the ACT, and prep for those tests form the majority of his tutoring experience.
Jonah has experience working with many different types of learners with diverse needs and a history of working with students with disabilities and learning differences. He prides himself on individualizing a student’s test prep program by tailoring his approach to their learning style or by incorporating information from the student’s IEP. While Jonah’s favorite subject to tutor varies depending on what he’s tutoring at the moment you ask him, he consistently enjoys tutoring students in higher-level sciences. His proudest moment as a tutor was bringing a disinterested student’s ACT Science section score from a 13 to a 34—an outlier, sure, but a perfect example of what Jonah loves most about tutoring: teaching a student to get invested and care about what they are learning, not just the score on the test.
When he’s not tutoring, Jonah works as the IT and tech support branch of Inspirica, single-handedly reminding every tutor, staff member, student, and parent of what their passwords are and how to get into class. When he isn’t on the other end of the Inspirica.com chat support bot, Jonah is studying for his Master’s of Education graduate program, practicing his guitar skills, or sleeping on the couch with one or both of his dogs.