a Q&A blog and an “online course”
Over the past 5 years, I’ve tutored 12 SHSAT students – 10 of whom have gone on to a Specialized HS. I never write my own questions. Instead, I point to the best publishers on the market.
SHSAT.io guides students through workbooks in a particular order that mirrors my in-person approach. The program is designed for self-studying students, but it can also be used by parents and tutors to track their student’s progress.
SHSAT.blog – Q&A Posts
This is a project to catalog everything I know about the SHSAT. Visitors submit their questions by email and I respond back in the form of a blog post. You ask, I answer.
I’ve been tutoring since I was a Sophmore in HS. It started as a way to earn some pocket money to hang out with friends. Now it’s a project to see how many students I can prep into a Specialized High School and how many students I can push towards respectable test scores.
Random tutoring related thoughts
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