Emma Napper

Posted on June 15, 2014

Emma Napper

Thank you so very much for all that you, Zac, and Ann Louise have done to assist Emma in achieving the scores on the SAT exam that she had hoped to receive. Not only did you hone her test-taking skills and engage her in thorough subject-matter reviews, but, more importantly, you boosted her self-confidence and instilled in her the belief that she was, and is, capable of accomplishing great things. As you know all too well, high school students, like Emma, who are enrolled in rigorous academic programs and looking to apply to selective colleges are under tremendous pressure and filled with angst (mostly self-imposed, of course). In your thorough, yet low-key, sessions with Emma, you calmed her and enabled her to approach her standardized tests with self-assurance and mettle. Even though you have never met Emma or me in person, but have communicated by either video-conferencing, e-mail, or telephone, I feel as though you have been not merely a tutor and a mentor to Emma, but also a friend to her and to me.

We will keep you posted on Emma’s travails through the college application process, and we will let you know where she “lands” for her college studies after completion of her senior year of high school. Thank you again for your having taken so much time with both her and me, and for having been so helpful in answering all of her and my questions and in helping us develop the best strategies for her test-taking.

Best regards,

Katherine Napper
Tampa, Florida
June, 2014

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Katherine Napper
Tampa, Florida
June, 2014

Thank you so very much for all that you, Zac, and Ann Louise have done to assist Emma in achieving the scores on the SAT exam that she had hoped to receive. Not only did you hone her test-taking skills and engage her in thorough subject-matter reviews, but, more importantly, you boosted her self-confidence and instilled in her the belief that she was, and is, capable of accomplishing great things. As you know all too well, high school students, like Emma, who are enrolled in rigorous academic programs and looking to apply to selective colleges are under tremendous pressure and filled with angst (mostly self-imposed, of course). In your thorough, yet low-key, sessions with Emma, you calmed her and enabled her to approach her standardized tests with self-assurance and mettle. Even though you have never met Emma or me in person, but have communicated by either video-conferencing, e-mail, or telephone, I feel as though you have been not merely a tutor and a mentor to Emma, but also a friend to her and to me. We will keep you posted on Emma’s travails through the college application process, and we will let you know where she “lands” for her college studies after completion of her senior year of high school. Thank you again for your having taken so much time with both her and me, and for having been so helpful in answering all of her and my questions and in helping us develop the best strategies for her test-taking. Best regards,