Past Student Testimonials
I hope this email finds you well (and finds spring in full swing there). I wanted to give you an update on my graduate school process. I ended up applying to 8 schools, and miraculously got into all of them. I decided, with out much deliberation, to accept at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – it was my first choice and has a very competitive program. I was awarded a merit fellowship from the graduate school for my first year, so this is really a dream come true.
I have to thank you for all of your time and help during this process. Had we not worked together, I would never have been able to bring my scores up enough to get accepted. Thank you for making math easy and approachable, and for helping me to see that I’m not so bad at math after all. You really do have a gift! (You’re also a lovely person to interact with, a quality not all math tutors possess.)
If I ever need to take a standardized test again – God help me – I’ll be calling you!
Take care and thank you again. It was truly a joy to work with you.
After having taken a course with a large test prep company, I recognized that this wasn’t enough for me to get the score that I needed in order to be considered by MBA programs, because of all the things they don’t cover. After considering several GMAT tutors, I decided to contact Harris. Although he was slightly more expensive, our sessions were convenient because of the online option. This meant that I didn’t have to factor in travel time and the price for parking.
I have a mild learning disability and sometimes needed to spend a little extra time on some topics. Harris was very patient and even tailored his approach to suit my learning style. He would quickly find ways to help me to grasp the concepts. Instead of repeating himself, like most tutors do, he would vary the ways in which I could approach a topic or a question. He’s a very dynamic tutor. After our sessions, I would be excited to study what we covered. Harris gave me the confidence that I needed to obtain the desired score. I owe my acceptance to Harris because without him, I probably would still be studying.
— accepted to first-choice program