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In light of recent school closures, we’re offering students anywhere in the country a free virtual drop-in AP prep program.

Meet online for one hour each week to learn, review, and prep with one of our expert subject tutors. Drawing from our industry-backed curriculum and 35 years of outstanding academic instruction, we’re making sure you can keep your test prep plans on track this year.

Join for the full program or drop-in as needed to brush up on skills or ask questions ahead of May AP exams. We’ll also keep students informed about up-to-date scheduling and format changes, including the possibility that this year’s AP exams will be taken at home.

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Leslie Morgan

Leslie has more than 20 years of experience teaching English at the Honors, College Prep, and AP levels. She has taught a variety of historic, genre-based and thematic literary courses, including survey courses in World, American, and British literature. In addition to teaching specialized courses in study skills, poetry, history, and drama, Leslie has extensive experience teaching grammar and writing in all its forms: narrative, creative, persuasive, and expository. Leslie holds a Master’s degree in Teaching English from Brown University, a Master’s degree in Cultural History from Dartmouth College, and a Post-Master’s (CAGS) degree in English Education from New York University.

Emily Punch

Emily is working on a PhD in BioChemistry. Shey is a Physiological Chemistry tutor for the University of Massachusetts in Lowell, and she loves teaching science, especially Biology and Chemistry. Emily completed her MS in Biological Sciences at UML, while simultaneously teaching Physiological Chemistry Laboratory as an adjunct instructor for the university. She then moved into a Biochemistry doctoral program, where she teaches laboratory classes (Biochemistry Techniques and Principles of Biology) as well as works on research revolving around mechanisms of inflammation in atherosclerotic plaques. Emily has been tutoring students individually and in small groups for many years, and also has experience tutoring students with a variety of learning challenges.

Dave Carlson

Dave Carlson received his doctorate in chemistry from Seton Hall University. Early in his career, Dave held various positions as both a product development scientist and as a physical/analytical chemist at several companies in New Jersey. Prior to relocating to Minnesota in 2011, Dave was on the instructional faculty at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey for ten years where he co-coordinated the General Chemistry Labs. He was also responsible for teaching General Chemistry I and II, Physical Chemistry Labs, Introduction to Chemistry and Chemical Bonding. When Dave is not with Livius students, you can find him spending time with his two children either volunteering with Boy Scout Troop 283 or watching soccer games.

Frank McLoughlin

Frank received his undergraduate and law degree from Georgetown and an MA in political science from the New School in New York City. Today Frank consults with international organizations on how to support democratic elections in countries around the world. He has worked and lived in several countries in the Middle East and North Africa and still misses the amazing food there. He has experience tutoring and teaching World and US History at all levels, the SAT (verbal and math), and the LSAT, has conducted trainings around the world on elections and the law, and has helped organizations improve the quality of English in their written reports and other materials.

Jonathan Kossuth

Jonathan graduated from St. John's Prep and attended MIT. He earned his Bachelor's, Master's and PhD from MIT, all in Aeronautical Engineering (rocket science). He first worked in the disk drive industry, designing disk drives for cloud storage and this career path led him to Japan, Singapore and Malaysia. After 14 years, he switched careers to design and improve wind turbines, where he has been working for the past 8 years. Jonathan has always enjoyed using math, physics, and science in his careers. Since earning his master's, Jonathan has tutored students in sciences and math.

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