Upon graduation from Dartmouth, Chenguang received the James B. Reynolds scholarship to study for an MPhil at the University of Cambridge in Physiology, Development, and Neuroscience. She is now pursuing a PhD at Harvard in Biophysics.
Matt worked as a Research Analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for two years before going on to earn an MA, MPhil, and PhD in Economics at Columbia University.
Will majored in Integrative Sciences, Molecular Biology & Biochemistry, and Science in Society at Wesleyan. After working at Rockefeller University in New York, he is now a PhD student in Biology at MIT.
Ozioma earned her BS in Mechanical Engineering at Rice University. She is is now pursuing the MS/PhD track in Mechanical Engineering at MIT, where her research focuses on haptics and robotics.
Celine graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Johns Hopkins University with a BA in English and Public Health Studies. After working as a consultant at The Bridgespan Group, she is now pursuing a PhD in English at Harvard.
Alex graduated from UCLA with a degree in Molecular, Cell & Developmental Biology. She's currently a National Health Service Corps Scholar at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine (HSDM).
Edward holds a JD from Columbia Law School and a MAT in 7-12 Math Education. Previously, he graduated magna cum laude from Boston University. He is currently a high school math teacher in New York City.
Alex graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 2022 with a degree in Biological Engineering and a minor in Science, Technology, and Society studies. She is now completing a PhD in Biophysics at Harvard University.
Andrew received a BA from Columbia University, where he graduated magna cum laude and double majored in American Studies and English. After earning his MFA in Poetry at Brooklyn College, Andrew is now an adjunct lecturer at CUNY.
Anne Claire is a Clinical Psychology PhD candidate in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis. Her research focuses on how to use technology to improve youth mental health.
“Troy helped our son and daughter set reasonable goals and provided strategies for improvement without making them feel stressed. He is a treasure! It was also to enroll with Cambridge Coaching, your staff is responsive and easy to work with. I've already recommended you to several other parents.”
Rajani, Parent of PSAT/SAT Students
“Troy was able to explain to my son how to handle logic problems on the LSAT.”
John, Parent of LSAT Student
“Troy broke down the material really well. He helped me identify and alter test-taking strategies that I didn't realize were working against me, and helped me get the last few points of improvement I needed. You guys are awesome! Your administrators are super responsive, the plans you offer are comprehensive, and Troy was a great tutor!”
Christine Carpenter, LSAT Student at the University of Cambridge
“Troy did pretty much everything well. Great guy.”
Austin Lu, LSAT Student at Wesleyan University
“Troy did a great job explaining things to me. He pointed out question types I was missing so we could target them, but was also very encouraging throughout the process, which helped to boost my confidence on test day.”
Pamela White, LSAT Student
“Troy really worked with me to get to the root of why I was getting certain questions wrong even after a lot of practice.”
Michelle, LSAT Student
“Troy worked well with our ten-year-old daughter. He was casual and focused, and they got a lot of work done. He was on time, friendly, and funny, as well as communicative and quick to respond if I had questions. He also wrote up detailed summaries of their sessions and told me about homework, which I really appreciated.”
Anne, Parent of an ISEE Student
“Troy was very patient with me, and was excellent at explaining the material.”
Alexandra, LSAT Student
“Troy was very punctual, flexible, communicated well, and had good insights on my essay.”
Alex, Law School Applicant
“Troy gave me strategies to address my problem areas. It was a fantastic experience!”
Score went from 169 to 173.
Zach, LSAT Student
“Troy was excellent. Super smart, pleasant, clear, and efficient. He illuminated what I thought were impossible problems, and gave me the tools I needed to tackle this section. And while I thought I needed help in only one area, Troy was able to identify some other questions I was consistently missing, and helped me manage those as well. Could not recommend him more highly!”
Averaged a 5-Point increase in test scores.
Thomas, LSAT Student
“Troy did a great job adjusting sessions to focus on areas where I could see maximum improvement. He was easy to schedule with and explained concepts well.”
Score went from 149 to 161.
Keara, LSAT Student
“Troy was great at explaining the nuances of questions. I really liked how he let me take the lead on questions as far as I could before providing assistance. He was super helpful, on top of scheduling and sessions, and friendly!”
Score improved from 163 to 170
“Troy worked with my daughter on the SSAT. He was very thorough and was excellent at breaking down and explaining what our daughter was getting stuck on. His method of explanation and all his pointers were phenomenal!”
Parent of a Middle Schooler