Darryl has a very successful track record of helping students improve their competency and test scores in the SAT and ACT. He has 10 years of success stories in tutoring students of all levels, including those with learning disabilities. He is a very effective communicator and is able to explain tough concepts in ways that students can understand, while also motivating students to achieve their full potential.
NYU Leonard N. Stern School of Business, Class of 2014
New York, NY
- Concentration: Business Strategy
- GPA: 3.92
Rutgers College Scholarship Program , Class of 2006
- GPA: 3.92
- Major: Economics
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ACTIVITIES / HOBBIES
- Over the years Darryl has been involved in a broad range of sports and activities. He played quarterback for the varsity football team, played singles for the varsity tennis team and ranked nationally as a USTA competitor, ranked nationally as a USASA competitive snowboarder, performed as a singer-songwriter, and volunteer in Haiti for the post-earthquake reconstruction.
Comments from students
"I thought Darryl was an extremely effective tutor. Before meeting Darryl, I would approach Critical Reading and Grammar SAT questions very sloppily. I did not have a system for any problems and I only chose answers that “seemed” right. Now, I know that each Critical Reading and Grammar question has context clues that will lead you to the right answer. Working with Darryl was so helpful that I got an 800 in Critical Reading on my first SAT and I went up in Grammar and Writing every time I took the test."
-Ben W. -
" Darryl is one of the best tutors I’ve ever had! From the first session I had with him, he was very nice and fun. He made the environment very comfortable and stress free, but still provided corrective criticism. During the time we worked together, he provided me many small tips that helped me go up on the SAT in a big way. I would immediately suggest working with Darryl if you want massive improvement on the SAT. My academic competiveness is much higher because of him"