Elite online tutoring and test prep at the secondary school level. My name is Gabriella P. Reyes. I’m a triple major graduate of Brown University licensed to teach History 5-12 and English 5-12. I am a test prep and writing specialist with advanced subject expertise in the humanities and social sciences. I have spent the past two years completing international school teaching internships in Israel and the Philippines. I love teaching and tutoring and want to help students achieve their goals!
Test Scores and Test-Based Awards
National Latin Exam Scholarship Winner 2013
National Merit Scholarship Finalist 2013
Gaby is one of the best writing and essay tutors I have worked with! She has fabulous and interesting ideas and helps you reach them yourself! My paper has improved significantly with her help!
Very helpful especially given the time constraints.
Awesome job. Gaby was kind and helpful. Highly recommend her for tutoring
Gaby is an amazing tutor! Not only is she nice, thoughtful, and professional, she was able to take my thoughts and turn them into perfect sentences that I could not write. She is very skilled in editing, outlining, and formatting. I will definitely use Gaby again for my tutoring needs.
We figure out their strengths and areas that need improvement and then create a tailored study plan. After that, we carry out the plan via customized lessons suited to their needs.
I am a recent triple major graduate of Brown University with two international school teaching internships under my belt and teaching licensure in history and English. I primarily work with students on research and writing across all subjects and also have experience with students who have learning disabilities. My tutoring background outside of my internships includes volunteering for Brown SAT Prep, teaching AP Latin to a homeschooler, and editing college essays and IB Extended Essays. I have also worked as a copy editor and have extensive proofreading experience.
I have worked with advanced students who want to get ahead academically, high schoolers who want to improve their test scores, students with learning disabilities, and ESL students.