Jason is a professional tutor and practicing attorney. He has over 1000 hours of tutoring experience and a proven track record of success. In 2012, Jason graduated with honors from Rutgers School of Law. While there, he published “Virtually Possible - Using the Internet to Facilitate Custody and Parenting beyond Relocation.” To his great surprise, people actually read the article, which has been cited in textbooks and republished in other works. His teaching method uses humor and energy to actively engage clients in their lessons. Furthermore, he emphasizes specific test taking strategies, so that his students keep focus and always know what they should do “next.” Finally, as each student’s needs are different, he customizes his lessons to target their individual strengths and weaknesses for maximum improvement. Jason’s punishment for being unreasonably good at standardized tests: vivid nightmares about split infinitives and dangling participles.
Graduated Law school with Honors-
Published Journal Article on Child Visitation. “Virtually Possible - Using the Internet to Facilitate Custody and Parenting beyond Relocation”-
"Jason taught my daughter specific strategies for the reading component of the SAT that helped her improve her score for that test. An added benefit is that this same strategy was helpful to her in other standardized exams. Jason came to the lesson with positive energy, going at as fast a speed as my daughter wanted/was able to absorb the lesson for maximum efficiency, i.e., no time was wasted. I highly recommend Jason!" - Cheryl S.
"Super knowledgeable and very helpful. Very friendly and polite. Will definitely be calling him back. His knowledge on the subject of SAT prepping is vast. My daughter found him very engaging and helpful." - Maria P.
"Jason has nice energy and is upbeat and positive... just what we needed to motivate our daughter to buckle down for the SAT studying! He is also organized and concise with good focus." - Susan E.