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Personal Statement

Arthur has mentored over 50 students throughout the years, helping them apply to college and earning over 3 million dollars in scholarships. During his sessions, he provides guided practice problems and customizes the sessions to the student’s needs. Arthur feels what makes him unique as an educator is his ability to “listen and empathize” with the students. Many of his sessions include: - Choosing a series of colleges/professional/vocational schools. - Going on college visits - Tutoring and Registering for the SAT/ACT - Applying to colleges/professional/vocational schools - Applying for Scholarships. - Filling out Federal, State and Local Income Taxes - Filling out the FAFSA and PHEAA forms - Verification of Income - Making a final choice of college/professional school - Applying for Stafford and Parent Plus loans - Matriculation; Orientation; Room Assignment; Board choice; Bill payment; Purchasing books


    • Ph.d. Yale University, 1966
    • A.B. Dartmouth College, 1961


  • ACT English
  • ACT Reading
  • SAT Writing and Language
  • Study Skills
  • College Advising
  • Writing
  • Reading
  • Essays
  • AP English
  • English
  • Awards and Recognitions

    • President, Illinois Theatre Association-1983

    • National Kellogg Fellowship-1987


    • "Arthur has been such a blessing to our family. He worked with our daughter preparing her for college. He really worked with her on applications, financial aid forms , SAT prep. Arthur is the most organized person I know and was on top of everything. He knew where to look for all the scholarships which we did get awarded. His knowledge on everything from schools, what is required the rules , SATs , financial aid , is impressive. He was in touch with my daughter everyday sending her a word for the day to look up and write a sentence. He is a wonderful mentor and was truly a god send." - Jessica D.

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