Matthew G graduated summa cum laude from Dartmouth College with dual degrees in Government and History. He was accepted to Harvard Law School through Harvard’s Junior Deferral Program and will begin law school in the fall of 2025. He wrote his senior thesis on the relationship between the Supreme Court’s interpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment and Founding-era political philosophy.
Matthew enjoyed serving as a peer writing tutor during his senior year of high school at Gann Academy. He has two primary principles of tutoring philosophy. First, he believes it is critical to engage meaningfully with students at the beginning of the tutoring process to ensure he understands how they learn and mentally approach standardized tests. Second, he does not believe in one-track approaches, especially in the context of standardized tests.
Matthew is committed to remaining flexible throughout students’ studying journeys so that students can employ the test-taking methods that best suit their strengths. Matthew is also an avid Detroit Tigers fan, which shows his persistent dedication during challenging times.
What Matthew Teaches
Entrance Exams: LSAT