Trevor Klee, Tutor

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Author: Trevor Klee

Dispatches from Quarantine

I usually use this blog to only blog about strategies for the exams that I teach. However, these are some extraordinary times, and normal patterns do not hold. I took a midnight stroll last night through the streets of downtown Boston with my girlfriend. Shop after shop was closed. Some of them were officious, “By […]

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LSAT Logic Games strategies and tips

Having trouble on the LSAT? Need a study buddy? How about LSAT academic coaching from a 99th percentile tutor?  As long as you can provide the hard work, we can provide you with a customized study plan, expert resources, 24/7 texting and email support, weekly check-ins with homework in between,  and continual encouragement right up until […]

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LSAT Reading Comprehension tips and strategies for each question type

Need an LSAT study buddy? How about LSAT academic coaching from a 99th percentile tutor?  You’ll get a customized study plan, 24/7 texting and email support, weekly check-ins with homework in between, and continual encouragement right up until test day. Only $299/month (way cheaper and more effective than a class!) I work with a lot of […]

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How I teach people

Most people teach the wrong way. Even though they spent a lot of high school and college being bored and unmotivated in class, when it comes time to teach, they simply imitate their high school and college teachers. This is a problem. Teaching is a fundamental part of not just the education industry, but every […]

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LSAT Logical Reasoning tips: all the question types and how to solve them

Want some LSAT logical reasoning help? How about LSAT academic coaching from a 99th percentile tutor? You’ll get a customized study plan, 24/7 texting and email support, weekly check-ins with homework in between,  and continual encouragement right up until test day. Only $299/month (way cheaper and more effective than a class!) When I teach LSAT, Logical […]

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GMAT Sentence Correction, SAT, ACT Advanced Grammar Rules

The SAT, the ACT, and the GMAT all have significant grammar sections. These can trip up students who aren’t prepared, and even those who are. Most students never really study English grammar, so they’re not quite sure what to make of these sections. The good is that I am almost positive you can read English, […]

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Difficult SAT and ACT math problems (for my friends at Reddit r/SAT, r/ACT)

  I often have particularly good students ask for hard SAT and ACT problems. These students also tend to frequent Reddit. It’s an interesting Venn diagram. Anyways, here’s a list of some hard problems that I give these students. I’ve pulled these from the GRE and the GMAT, two exams I teach which have similar […]

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How I went from a 1290 on the PSAT to a 1590 on the SAT in one year: r/SAT Reddit success story

Summary Doesn’t recommend prep classes. Did a lot of Khan questions, which they recommend (they have kind of a peculiar method). Big fans of Khan, PrepScholar blog, QAS tests, r/SAT. Somewhat fans of Erica Meltzer and SAT black book. Disliked Barron’s. Original Reddit post So I saw a thread that u/boredandusingreddit posted about how they got their […]

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How I went from a 1370 to a 1560 on the SAT (with 22/24 on the essay) in 2 months: r/SAT reddit success story

Summary Materials: Khan Academy College Board book of 8 practice tests Princeton Review Official SAT Guide College Board Essay Rubric Method: One month for content review through Princeton Review book. Go through the entire thing, mark the ones you did incorrectly so you can reattempt them [editor’s note: my error log app 21st Night is […]

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GMAT Study Plan Review. What’s the best GMAT study plan?

GMAT study plan review and comparison: MBA.com vs. Magoosh vs. MBA Crystal Ball vs. Kaplan vs. GMATClub I’m a professional GMAT tutor, so I get the chance to see a lot of people go through the GMAT studying process. Here’s how the process normally goes: “I’m a smart, confident person. The GMAT should be a […]

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