Availability: 3 Spot(s) Remaining

Juliet has over 10 years of experience tutoring students from 5th grade all the way up to grad school. She holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in English Literature, with a minor concentration in music. A lifelong learner with a particular interest in the different ways in which others learn, Juliet specializes in ACT, SAT, GRE, LSAT, English Literature, and French, though her real specialty lies in skills such as building a math-shy student’s confidence or providing out-of-the-box strategies for conquering test-taking anxiety. For more, see the complete bio below.

Hourly Fees
SSAT/ISEE: $220
ACT/SAT: $250
GRE/GMAT/LSAT: $270
Academic: $250

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Availability (All Times Eastern)

Sessions can be booked with this tutor at the following days and times:

  • Mondays: 8am-12pm; 4pm-7pm 
  • Tuesdays: 8am-11:30am; 12:30pm-5:00pm 
  • Wednesdays: 8am-7pm 
  • Thursdays: 8am-7pm
  • Fridays: 8am-5pm
  • Saturdays: 8am-10am; 1pm-7pm
  • Sundays: 1pm-6pm 

If your schedule requires a very specific combination of days and times for your sessions, please consult the calendar before reserving a roster spot to make certain that what you’re looking for is available. If you’d prefer to talk this through with us prior to reserving your spot, we’re happy to talk by chat and email using the bubble to the bottom-right or by phone, whichever you prefer. 

Tutor Bio

Juliet has over 10 years of experience tutoring students from 5th grade all the way up to grad school. She holds a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in English Literature, with a minor concentration in music. Though it is probably true that you can’t really take the New York out of the girl, Juliet has been happily based in the Boston area for the past 8 years.

A lifelong learner with a particular interest in the different ways in which others learn, Juliet specializes in ACT, SAT, GRE, LSAT, English Literature, and French, though her real specialty lies in skills such as building a math-shy student’s confidence or providing out-of-the-box strategies for conquering test-taking anxiety. For example, Juliet was especially gratified and proud to help a discouraged student’s ACT score go up from a 19 on an in-school practice exam to a 29 on Test Day—it turned out that all the student needed was a consistent and supportive environment and a few good tricks. 

Juliet loves seeing her students’ sense of achievement and agency in their lives grow as their scores go up. She is also grateful for what she has learned from each of her students, whether it’s the intricacies of a hobby, the source of a cool pair of shoes, or a snappy comeback in a foreign language. 

When Juliet is not coming up with three different methods for solving the same math problem or an interesting way to present a dense reading passage about bees, she enjoys singing and recording music, DJing, gardening, playing complex boardgames, teaching herself German, and trying to be a good student as her husband teaches her Cantonese. She is also a devoted practitioner of martial arts, just in case her SAT prowess doesn’t scare off would-be assailants on its own. Her 2-year-old son Corbin and cat Ben have probably overheard more standardized test strategy than has the average college freshman.

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