Taking a high stakes French exam you can’t afford to fail? Insure your success!
I have helped graduate students from Georgetown University, The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), American University, Catholic University and INSEAD prepare for and pass their proficiency exams. Most graduate students come for twelve to fifteen hour or hour and a half long lessons. Ideally they come once a week or once every two weeks over the course of several months although one actually fit in all his lessons (and succeeded on his exam!) in only two and a half weeks.
I work with members of the State Department getting ready for the Foreign Service Officer’s Exam. Of all the exams I help people prepare for it is the most difficult. On average those students come for about two months.
I have extensive experience helping students with the AP French Language Exam, AP French Literature Exam and the IB French exam. Students preparing for these exams generally come weekly for hour long classes over the course of a semester or school year.
I have guided students in intensive individualized study programs to help them prepare for the DELF, the University of Tokyo French language entrance exam and Bright Language test in French.
I also provide specialized tutoring for the TEF, TCF, the SAT Subject Test in French and the Praxis II in French.
I am metro accessible. I also tutor via Skype.
Credit cards accepted.