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Former English Professor Tutoring Test Prep, Speed-Reading & More
I'm Norman Prince, founder of Prince Learning, a former English professor, and a master tutor with more than 9,000 hours of tutoring and three decades of teaching experience. Reach your potential by working one-to-one with a passionate, highly experienced educator.
More details at princelearning.com
ONLINE TUTORING AVAILABLE: Skype and other remote tutoring options available
FREE CONSULTATION: Contact me to schedule a complimentary 30-minute consultation. Learn more about my programs and how I work, and get personalized feedback and answers to any questions you might have.
-TEST PREP: Clients typically improve from the top 15% to the top 5%, with almost 1/3 reaching the top 1% or 2% on the SAT, ACT. I also work with clients on Verbal (Reading and Writing) sections of many other tests.
-SPEED-READING: More than triple your reading rate (increase by 350-400%) with equal or better comprehension in just 6 to 8 hours of tutoring plus outside practice.
-STUDY AND LEARNING SKILLS: Bolster your concentration, comprehension, retention, and note-taking skills, improving your performance and grades.
ADDITIONAL SERVICES include writing, grammar, and vocabulary tutoring on clients' academic and professional work.
-The best books, tests, and instructor-written guides provided
I was an assistant professor of English at Skyline College, and I taught through Gonzaga University, Stanford University, Foothill-De Anza Community Colleges, and USC.
My areas of expertise include Standardized Test Prep, Speed-Reading, Study and Learning Skills, Writing, Grammar, and Vocabulary.
My clients have included students from middle school to adult levels. My programs are ideal for students, adults, and professionals.
-I offer rate reductions for increasing numbers of hours booked.
-Combination programs are available for multiple tests like ACT/SAT, PSAT/SAT and for speed-reading, study and learning skills, and/or grammar/writing—combination programs qualify for greater fee reductions
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