Meet the Harvard University graduate with 17 years of tutoring experience who can help you get into the Ivy League (and HBS, Sloan or Booth, as well)…

Hi, Paul here…

I’m glad you’ve found my site – have a look around and play the two videos on the right-hand side of this page.

This website explains the services I can offer to you or your son or daughter. I’ve been teaching standardized tests for fourteen years, and I have thorough knowledge of the testing and admissions policies of the most competitive colleges and business schools. Browse the site, watch my videos and take a look at some of the actual lesson snapshots. Once you’re ready to take the next step, or if you have any questions, please email or call me today!

  • Private tutor to selective families since 2002 – academic subjects and SAT, ACT, GRE, & GMAT.
  • Graduate of Harvard University with a bachelor’s degree in Physics, with coursework in Chemistry, Mathematics, English, Social Science, Economics, Art History and Philosophy.


Why choose me as your tutor?

For the best experience, please make sure you watch the video in FULL SCREEN.

I have taught students from the following schools and countries:

  • Horace Mann
  • Dalton
  • Brearly
  • Brown University
  • Bronx Science
  • Fieldston
  • Stuyvesant
  • NYU
  • Collegiate
  • Trinity
  • Hunter College High School
  • Barnard College
  • Riverdale
  • Brooklyn Tech


  • St Paul’s
  • St Paul’s for Girls
  • Cambridge University
  • Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
  • Oxford University
  • American School in London
  • ACS Hillington
  • Imperial College London
  • Dulwich College
  • TASIS (The American School in England)
  • Eton
  • City of London School for Boys
  • Harrow
  • Winchester
  • Downe House
  • Wycombe Abbey
  • Paris, France
  • Florence, Italy
  • Aiglon College (Switzerland)
  • Ukraine
  • Brazil
  • Dominican Republic
  • Jordan
  • Beijing, China
  • Lamu, Kenya
  • Cape Town, South Africa
  • Queensland, Australia
  • Japan
  • Shanghai, China

Sample Lesson…

Here’s a SAMPLE problem from the GMAT. Of course, there’s no student interaction, but you will get a sense of how I teach, and the feel of a typical math lesson.

For the best experience, please make sure you watch the video in FULL SCREEN.

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