Nicholas he earned bachelors’ degrees in both Computational Physics and Mechanical Engineering at Rice University. He is now pursuing his Master’s in Medical Physics at Columbia University, with which he hopes to pursue radiation therapy for treatment of cancer patients.
Max holds a PhD in Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies from Columbia, an MA in Near Eastern Studies from NYU, and a BA in Philosophy from Vassar. An experienced classroom teacher, he currently teaches World History at Poly Prep Country Day School.
Molly received her BA from Harvard, graduating with Highest Honors in English and Theater, Dance & Media. During her time as an undergrad, she was named a Le Baron Russell Briggs Traveling Fellow, an Artist Development Fellow, and a John Harvard Scholar, and spent a summer studying Shakespeare at the University of Cambridge in England.
Fernando is a PhD Candidate in Biophysics at Harvard University. Previously, he completed a BS in Applied Mathematics and Biomedical Engineering from John Hopkins University, as well as conducted research in cancer immunotherapy and single-cell microfluidics, earning multiple research awards.
Maya graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Religious Studies and Political Science and minors in French and Conflict Studies from DePauw University. As a Fulbright grantee, Maya taught English to over 200 students in Morocco. She's currently an MPP Candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School.
Allison is currently a psychiatry resident at Tufts Medical Center. She is passionate about medical education reform and LGBTQ+ mental health. She holds an MD/MPH from Tufts and a BA in Biology and Anthropology fro Washington University in St Louis.
Yael earned a BA in Math and the History of Art and Architecture from Harvard College (magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa). In her senior year of college, she began the Harvard Teacher Fellows Program, through which she earned a Masters of Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Matthew is pursuing an MD at Harvard Medical School. Previously, he graduated from Roanoke College as the Class Valedictorian, as well as summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa.
James currently works as an engineer for Nuvera, a hydrogen fuel cell company in Massachusetts. Previously, he graduated from Syracuse University with an MS in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and a BS in Mechanical Engineering (summa cum laude).
Shira has over 15 years of teaching experience, both as a classroom educator and private tutor. She holds an MS.Ed in Early Childhood Special and General Education.
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“Troy was able to explain to my son how to handle logic problems on the LSAT.”
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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
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Anne, Parent of an ISEE Student
“Troy was very patient with me, and was excellent at explaining the material.”
Alexandra, LSAT Student
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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