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NICE TO MEET YOU
I'm Jeremy Ciampa
I've been teaching standardized tests for 18 years. In that time, I've helped thousands of students gain admission to some of the best academic institutions in the world. While nobody really likes these exams, I absolutely love helping motivated students accomplish their goals.
Every student is different, and each exam presents its own set of challenges. Nevertheless, much this work remains the same for all students across all exams: standardized tests are inherently predictable, and if I can help you understand this predictability, you'll improve your score.
Think about these exams in two ways:
Substance- Every test has a limited range of material.
Style- Test makers from each exam construct questions within a certain stylistic framework.
Both aspects can be leveraged. My job is to help students understand the full range the material on which they will be tested and, just as importantly, the manner in which that material will be presented.
Said another way: If you understand the game you're playing, and the tendencies of your opponent, you're much more likely to succeed.
There's so much more to say. If you'd like to find a time to discuss your goals and make a plan, I'd love to hear from you.
All The Best,
READ MY STORY
"If I didn't do this work, I don't think I'd be at Wharton this fall"
- Zach C.
"At the end of my junior my SAT score was 1220, and it wasn't budging. This fall I got a 1510! I knew I could do it, but I couldn't have done it without your help."
- Bill Bayaud
"From test optional to an ACT score of 33 and a scholarship. Thank you, Jeremy!"
- Emma Riley
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