30 Years Tutoring
New York's Most Experienced Tutor
Brendan Mernin has been a leader in test prep and admissions since 1989. He has tutored, taught, and advised thousands of students and families worldwide; trained hundreds of teachers and tutors; and developed leading instructional content. He has appeared in The New York Times, New York Magazine, New York Post, and Slate, and on WBNC-TV. He was formerly Director of R&D for LSAT and ACT for a large national test prep company. He is a Founding Tutor with Noodle Pros and Director of Outreach for Noodle Pros.
Brendan Mernin moved from the Boston area to New York City to attend Columbia College. Recruited as a rower, he ended up playing for the USA's #1 ranked Ultimate Frisbee team and studying English Literature. After college, he was a schoolteacher in the Bronx, a hipster on the Lower East Side, a bicycle messenger in Paris, a graduate literature student at the University of Chicago, editor of a cycling magazine in New York, a freelance writer on politics and transportation, and a section hiker on the Appalachian Trail. He is now a husband and father in Brooklyn. He met his wife while he was a Writing Fellow at the Edward Albee Foundation in Montauk, New York. Later, he earned an M.F.A. in Fiction Writing at the New School.
Brendan is Co-Founder and Founding Director of Math4Science, Inc, a nonprofit dedicated to improving American math education by connecting high-quality, teacher-written math curriculum with accessible information about STEM and other careers. He serves on the Board of Trustees at Saint Joseph High School in Brooklyn. Find him on Twitter @brendanmernin.
AP English Language And Composition,
AP English Literature And Composition,
AP United States History,
SAT Subject Test Literature,
SAT Subject Test Math 1,
SAT Subject Test Math 2,
SAT Subject Test US History,
SAT Subject Test World History,
Bachelor of Arts,
Master of Fine Arts,
Type of Tutoring
Tutoring Age Groups
Young Adult 20-25
Special Needs Skills
general learning disability,
Which colleges have your students chosen most in the past 10 years?
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