Jaynell has over 10 years of scoring experience with the SAT writing portion. She graduated from Corban University with degrees in both English and Language Arts Education. Teaching and preparing students for their best future has always been her passion. She has taught high school English and College Prep Writing classes for several years. Her current teaching assignment is in the middle level where she pushes her students to prepare now for life beyond school.
A few of her favorite things are coffee, yoga, running, books, and writing. Her absolute favorite job is being mom to four future SAT ace-ers. She lives in Idaho with these four amazing kids, her best friend and husband, Paul, and their dog, Daisy.
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