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Student Testimonials

Hear what the students think.

“You have opened my eyes to a whole new aspect of this world, and still I am not sure what that aspect is. For this gift I thank you.”

“Sean is the coolest math tutor on the planet! I'm more of the artist type, so math is not my strongest suite, but when it came down to the 2nd half of our first trimester at school last year, I knew my grades were in trouble. My parents did some research to get me some help and found Sean's website. On his website, it said he also specializes in kids with learning disabilities. PERFECT! I happen to have ADD and get distracted quite easily.

From the time I first met Sean, I knew we would click. He has a very easy-going demeanor in him that makes everything he teaches become effortless. He has this way of explaining things and all of a sudden, it becomes crystal clear when he's done. I breezed through my Math classes for the entire year last year all with the help of Sean. I hear he's also a whiz at Science so I might sign up with him again when I start my Science classes. Sean is the man!”

-Carlos
10th grade math student

“Your skill and passion for teaching is mystifying. You are without a doubt one of the greatest teachers I have ever had. You have opened my eyes to a whole new aspect of this world, and still I am not sure what that aspect is. For this gift I thank you. I wish you a wonderful life and hope that you continue to teach and seed the fire within people.”

-Charlie,
11th grade astronomy student

“Well, I’ve got to say, of all the teachers I think I’ve had the most intense relationship with you. You have perhaps gone beyond inspiration.”

-Jonathan
12th grade calculus student!

“Thank you soooooo much for helping me pass algebra- that is a true accomplishment for me. Thank you for keeping the faith. Until we meet again.”

-Alia
9th grade algebra student

“Remember those times when we had to go over everything more than once? Well now I am happy we did. Thanks for helping me understand geometry!”

-Caton
11th grade geometry student