Elizabeth King is a globally recognized leader in test prep. She is the author of Outsmarting the SAT (‘08) and Acing the ACT (‘15), both at Ten Speed Press, and she and her team prep students worldwide for the SAT, ACT, and GRE.
With two decades’ tutoring experience, Elizabeth has been lead tutor with several elite educational consultancies in New York and south Florida. For the last ten years she has taught exclusively online, catering to a discerning global clientele from Korea to Kuwait and Toronto to Buenos Aires. She frequently appears in the media, notably in the New York Times and on the UPenn Dean of Admissions’ Sirius XM Radio Show.
Elizabeth customizes her proprietary methods to students across the educational spectrum, and she has special expertise in working with students with learning differences like ADHD, working memory issues, giftedness, and even post-concussive disorder.
Operating with the utmost integrity, Elizabeth and her team are committed to coaching the whole student, yielding self-confident, enthusiastic college applicants with consistently incredible score gains. She lives in Nashville, Tennessee, but you can find her at elizabethonline.com.
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