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SAT Cram Sessions

Need a last minute SAT review? Our SAT Cram Sessions prepares students for the rigors of the SAT with key concepts and problem solving strategies. Students scoring below a 500 or above a 700 should not miss this event.

Cram Sessions for the December 5th SAT Test

November 29th & December 3rd

Douglas Busacker

Douglas is the Academic Director at Tokyo Academics and is one of our most experienced reading, writing, and test prep tutors. He graduated from of the University of Washington.

SAT Reading & Writing

with Douglas Busacker

Class Time: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Days: Sunday
Dates: November 29th

Our SAT Reading and Writing course delivers the concepts and skills necessary for the SAT Writing section (grammar, rhetoric, reading charts, question-answering techniques, and process of elimination) and the SAT Reading section – narrative, expository, and argumentative passages; question answering, strategically eliminating options, and time management. Students are required to either submit a recent official SAT score or take a mock test at Tokyo Academics: students scoring below 500 or above 700 may benefit more from private tutoring. Students can expect to receive 3-4 hours of homework. 

Roger Bian

Roger Bian completed both a Bachelor and Master of Science in Engineering Degree in only 4 years with a 3.9 GPA at Johns Hopkins University. Throughout his academic career, he has scored in the top percentiles across multiple standardized tests, including the SAT, SAT II Subject Tests, ACT, and APs. 

SAT Math

with Roger Bian

Class Time: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Days: Thursday
Dates: December 3rd

Our SAT Math course prepares students for the rigors of the SAT Math section with key concepts and problem-solving techniques in algebra, geometry, data analysis, and higher-level math. Students will engage in practice, complete rigorous homework, receive rapid feedback, and be taught best practices and test shortcuts. Students are required to either submit a recent official SAT score or take a mock test at Tokyo Academics: students scoring below 500 or above 700 may benefit more from private tutoring. Students can expect to receive 3-4 hours of homework.

Winter Intensive Classes

Term 1

December 19th through December 23rd

with Kristen Hughes

Kristen Hughes has a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry from Harvard University and a Masters Degree in Education from Stanford University.

Grade 3 & 4 Math

with Kristen Hughes

Class Time: 10:00 – 11:00
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: December 19th to December 23rd

Ever wanted to plan a space trip? Did you know that we can use math to plan a party or even in our favorite games like bowling? This class centers around solidifying the fundamentals of elementary math and applying it to a variety of exciting projects! This is a great way for 3rd-graders to get ahead and 4th-graders to set strong foundations!

Hayden Mueller

Hayden Mueller received a Bachelor of Arts Degrees in German Studies and Theater/Dance from Trinity College, graduating with Honors and a 3.9 GPA, and is currently working on his M.Ed. in Advanced Teaching with a focus on the IB.

Grade 3 & 4 Reading & Writing (Closed)

with Hayden Mueller

Class Time: 11:30 – 12:30
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: December 19th to December 23rd

 

From puffer fish to elephants, from kittens to killer whales, the natural world is full of amazing animals doing amazing things. This course will use nature’s fascinating inhabitants as the subject matter through which to explore some key English language skills. For reading, students will work on comprehension, note-taking, summarizing a document, and public speaking, among other key skills. Students will also learn the basics of how to look up information and write summaries; how to formulate their own point of view and express it clearly in writing; essential vocabulary, and grammar; and how to provide their friends and classmates with constructive feedback. Along the way, they’ll learn how chimpanzees are a lot like us; what happens when a tiger gets overweight; and why whales are barnacles are even closer than you might think

Please see Term 3 – Grade 3 & 4 Reading & Writing below to sign up

Hayden Mueller

Hayden Mueller received a Bachelor of Arts Degrees in German Studies and Theater/Dance from Trinity College, graduating with Honors and a 3.9 GPA, and is currently working on his M.Ed. in Advanced Teaching with a focus on the IB.

Grade 5 & 6 Math

with Hayden Mueller

Class Time: 10:00 – 11:30
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: December 19th to December 23rd

 

 

Have you ever planned your own vacation? Want to design your very own theme park? How about making a secret code only you and your friends know? Math can help you do ALL of these! In this class, students will learn fundamental math and pre-algebra and apply these skills to all of the above and more! This is a great way for 5th-graders to get ahead and 6th-graders to set strong foundations! In addition to the material covered in class, students will be expected to complete about 2 hours of homework per day.

Hayden Mueller

Hayden Mueller received a Bachelor of Arts Degrees in German Studies and Theater/Dance from Trinity College, graduating with Honors and a 3.9 GPA, and is currently working on his M.Ed. in Advanced Teaching with a focus on the IB.

Grade 7 & 8 Math

with Hayden Mueller

Class Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: December 19th to December 23rd

Are you ready to solve crimes just like a detective? In this math class, students will gather evidence, and break into the fundamentals of algebra to find out “Whodunit”! By solving a variety of challenging math problems, students will decipher codes like a master detective. This is a great way for 7th-graders to get ahead and 8th-graders to set strong foundations! In addition to the material covered in class, students will be expected to complete about 2 hours of homework per day.

Subo Wijeyeratne

Subo holds a BA and MA in History from Cambridge University, an MA in Japanese Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and an MA and PhD in Japanese History from Harvard University.

Grade 7 & 8 Reading & Writing

with Subo Wijeyeratne

Class Time: 4:00 – 6:00
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: December 19th to December 23rd

How exactly does your body heal itself? What is a ‘stem cell’? Why does the human body contain a staggering 45 miles of nerves? These, and other questions, will be the subject matter of this course that will explore some crucial English language skills along the way. Students will learn to distinguish between primary and secondary sources, evaluate the origins of a source, identify implications, evaluate the usage of language, determine the reliability of sources, trace theses and arguments, and compare sources to each other. There will be special modules on skills needed for efficient research: looking up words, information, and technical context. Students will also work on producing structured essays based on both summarizing information and presenting their own opinions. Reading will concentrate not only on effective reading to acquire information, but also public reading and speaking. The course will end with a joint research-paper-and-debate project.

Deriam Chirinos

Deriam is a graduate of Harvard with over 5 years of teaching experience, scored in the 99th percentile score on the SAT, and has conducted prize-winning physics work.

SAT Math

with Deriam Chirinos

Class Time: 10:00 – 2:00
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: December 19th to December 23rd

Our SAT Math course prepares students for the rigors of the SAT Math section with key concepts and problem-solving techniques in algebra, geometry, data analysis, and higher-level math. Students will engage in daily practice, complete rigorous homework, receive rapid feedback, and be taught best practices and test shortcuts. Students are required to either submit a recent official SAT score or take a mock test at Tokyo Academics: students scoring below 500 or above 700 may benefit more from private tutoring. Students can expect to receive 3-4 hours of homework per session

Douglas Busacker

Douglas is the Academic Director at Tokyo Academics and is one of our most experienced reading, writing, and test prep tutors. He graduated from of the University of Washington.

SAT Reading & Writing

with Douglas Busacker


Class Time: 2:30 – 6:30
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: December 19th to December 23rd


Our SAT Reading and Writing course delivers the concepts and skills necessary for the SAT Writing section (grammar, rhetoric, reading charts, question-answering techniques, and process of elimination) and the SAT Reading section – narrative, expository, and argumentative passages; question answering, strategically eliminating options, and time management. Students are required to either submit a recent official SAT score or take a mock test at Tokyo Academics: students scoring below 500 or above 700 may benefit more from private tutoring. Students can expect to receive 3-4 hours of homework per session.

Don’t let your knowledge

Go cold this winter

Group Class students average a

50 point
score increase

on each SAT Subject

Don’t let your knowledge

Go cold this winter

Group Class students average a

50 point
score increase

on each SAT Subject

Term 2

December 26th through December 30th

Deriam Chirinos

Deriam is a graduate of Harvard with over 5 years of teaching experience, scored in the 99th percentile score on the SAT, and has conducted prize-winning physics work.

SAT Math

with Deriam Chirinos

Class Time: 10:00 – 2:00
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: December 26th to December 30th

Our SAT Math course prepares students for the rigors of the SAT Math section with key concepts and problem-solving techniques in algebra, geometry, data analysis, and higher-level math. Students will engage in daily practice, complete rigorous homework, receive rapid feedback, and be taught best practices and test shortcuts. Students are required to either submit a recent official SAT score or take a mock test at Tokyo Academics: students scoring below 500 or above 700 may benefit more from private tutoring. Students can expect to receive 3-4 hours of homework per session

Douglas Busacker

Douglas is the Academic Director at Tokyo Academics and is one of our most experienced reading, writing, and test prep tutors. He graduated from of the University of Washington.

SAT Math

with Douglas Busacker

 


Class Time: 2:30 – 6:30
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: December 26th to December 30th


Our SAT Reading and Writing course delivers the concepts and skills necessary for the SAT Writing section (grammar, rhetoric, reading charts, question-answering techniques, and process of elimination) and the SAT Reading section – narrative, expository, and argumentative passages; question answering, strategically eliminating options, and time management. Students are required to either submit a recent official SAT score or take a mock test at Tokyo Academics: students scoring below 500 or above 700 may benefit more from private tutoring. Students can expect to receive 3-4 hours of homework per session.

Term 3

January 2nd through January 8th

with Kentaro Tanaka

Kentaro has completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Rochester in Business Analytics and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Data Science at Tufts University. 

Grade 3 & 4 Math

with Kentaro Tanaka

Class Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM JST
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: January 2nd to January 6th

Ever wanted to plan a space trip? Did you know that we can use math to plan a party or even in our favorite games like bowling? This class centers around solidifying the fundamentals of elementary math and applying it to a variety of exciting projects! This is a great way for 3rd-graders to get ahead and 4th-graders to set strong foundations!

Hayden Mueller

Hayden Mueller received a Bachelor of Arts Degrees in German Studies and Theater/Dance from Trinity College, graduating with Honors and a 3.9 GPA, and is currently working on his M.Ed. in Advanced Teaching with a focus on the IB.

Grade 3 & 4 Reading & Writing

with Hayden Mueller

Class Time: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM JST
Days: Monday to Friday
Dates: January 4th to January 8th

From puffer fish to elephants, from kittens to killer whales, the natural world is full of amazing animals doing amazing things. This course will use nature’s fascinating inhabitants as the subject matter through which to explore some key English language skills. For reading, students will work on comprehension, note-taking, summarizing a document, and public speaking, among other key skills. Students will also learn the basics of how to look up information and write summaries; how to formulate their own point of view and express it clearly in writing; essential vocabulary, and grammar; and how to provide their friends and classmates with constructive feedback. Along the way, they’ll learn how chimpanzees are a lot like us; what happens when a tiger gets overweight; and why whales are barnacles are even closer than you might think

Deriam Chirinos

Deriam is a graduate of Harvard with over 5 years of teaching experience, scored in the 99th percentile score on the SAT, and has conducted prize-winning physics work.

Grade 5 & 6 Math

with Deriam Chirinos

Class Time: 12:00 AM – 1:30 PM JST
Days: Monday to Friday
Dates: January 4th to January 8th

Have you ever planned your own vacation? Want to design your very own theme park? How about making a secret code only you and your friends know? Math can help you do ALL of these! In this class, students will learn fundamental math and pre-algebra and apply these skills to all of the above and more! This is a great way for 5th-graders to get ahead and 6th-graders to set strong foundations! In addition to the material covered in class, students will be expected to complete about 2 hours of homework per day.

Deriam Chirinos

Deriam is a graduate of Harvard with over 5 years of teaching experience, scored in the 99th percentile score on the SAT, and has conducted prize-winning physics work.

Grade 5 & 6 Reading & Writing

with Deriam Chirinos

Class Time: 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM JST
Days: Monday to Friday
Dates: January 4th to January 8th

Did you know that it’s not just bones, but footprints that can become fossils? Or that fearsome Velociraptor was only the size of a chicken? Or that we actually live in a world full of dinosaurs — in the form of their descendants, the birds? This course will use natural history from the Cretaceous to the current to help students both acquire key English skills and, hopefully, a sense of how the distant past survives in the present. Key skills taught will include reading and comprehension, efficient note-taking, formulating and expressing opinions based on the content of texts, and writing opinion pieces. Students will also learn the basics of structured essay writing, creating smooth transitions between paragraphs, expand their vocabulary, and undertake a preliminary research project. The course will feature regular vocabulary tests and end with a joint research project with a classmate. Helping them in this will be all eagles, penguins, puffins, iguanodon, and a host of other fascinating creatures.

Dustin Poore

Dustin is a graduate of Harvard University and Waseda University. He works with many of our students on standardized test prep, including SAT, ACT, SSAT, and more.

Grade 7 & 8 Math

with Dustin Poore

Class Time: 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM JST
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: January 2nd to January 6th

Are you ready to solve crimes just like a detective? In this math class, students will gather evidence, and break into the fundamentals of algebra to find out “Whodunit”! By solving a variety of challenging math problems, students will decipher codes like a master detective. This is a great way for 7th-graders to get ahead and 8th-graders to set strong foundations! In addition to the material covered in class, students will be expected to complete about 2 hours of homework per day.

Subo Wijeyeratne

Subo holds a BA and MA in History from Cambridge University, an MA in Japanese Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, and an MA and PhD in Japanese History from Harvard University.

Grade 7 & 8 Reading & Writing

with Subo Wijeyeratne

Class Time: 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM JST
Days: Saturday to Wednesday
Dates: January 2nd to January 6th

How exactly does your body heal itself? What is a ‘stem cell’? Why does the human body contain a staggering 45 miles of nerves? These, and other questions, will be the subject matter of this course that will explore some crucial English language skills along the way. Students will learn to distinguish between primary and secondary sources, evaluate the origins of a source, identify implications, evaluate the usage of language, determine the reliability of sources, trace theses and arguments, and compare sources to each other. There will be special modules on skills needed for efficient research: looking up words, information, and technical context. Students will also work on producing structured essays based on both summarizing information and presenting their own opinions. Reading will concentrate not only on effective reading to acquire information, but also public reading and speaking. The course will end with a joint research-paper-and-debate project.

Dustin Poore

Dustin is a graduate of Harvard University and Waseda University. He works with many of our students on standardized test prep, including SAT, ACT, SSAT, and more.

SAT Math

with Dustin Poore

Class Time: 3:30 PM – 7:30 PM JST
Dates: January 2nd to January 5th

Class Time: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM JST
Dates: January 6th

Our SAT Math course prepares students for the rigors of the SAT Math section with key concepts and problem-solving techniques in algebra, geometry, data analysis, and higher-level math. Students will engage in daily practice, complete rigorous homework, receive rapid feedback, and be taught best practices and test shortcuts. Students are required to either submit a recent official SAT score or take a mock test at Tokyo Academics: students scoring below 500 or above 700 may benefit more from private tutoring. Students can expect to receive 3-4 hours of homework per session.

Douglas Busacker

Douglas is the Academic Director at Tokyo Academics and is one of our most experienced reading, writing, and test prep tutors. He graduated from of the University of Washington.

SAT Reading & Writing

with Douglas Busacker

Class Time: 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM JST
Dates: January 2nd to January 5th

Class Time: 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM JST
Dates: January 6th

Our SAT Reading and Writing course delivers the concepts and skills necessary for the SAT Writing section (grammar, rhetoric, reading charts, question-answering techniques, and process of elimination) and the SAT Reading section – narrative, expository, and argumentative passages; question answering, strategically eliminating options, and time management. Students are required to either submit a recent official SAT score or take a mock test at Tokyo Academics: students scoring below 500 or above 700 may benefit more from private tutoring. Students can expect to receive 3-4 hours of homework per session.

Elizabeth Feldeverd

Elizabeth Feldeverd graduated cum laude from Cornell University with a degree in International Agriculture and Rural Development. She earned a M.S. degree from the University of Hawaii in Molecular Biosciences and Bioengineering.

Moleculary Biology

with Elizabeth Feldeverd

Class Time: 10:00 AM – 2:30 PM JST (with Lunch Break)
Days: Monday to Friday
Dates: January 4th to January 8th

Our Winter Molecular Biology Intensive is a one-week course designed to engage motivated high school students through hands-on experimentation. Students will employ a variety of bioinformatics and laboratory techniques to answer their own hypotheses. At the end of the course, each student will present their findings through a poster session. This course is perfect for high school students who are taking AP or IB Biology and want to gain hands-on laboratory experience. Additionally, this course helps students prepare for college-level coursework and even high school research opportunities.

Team Up With Tyler

Winter Weekly Classes Starting January 10th

Tyler Kusunoki

Tyler is a graduate of Carleton College and Teacher’s College at Columbia University. He holds a JD from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Tyler brings over 15 years of specialized experience working with students of all ages in the areas of test prep, essay writing, critical thinking and debate.

Algebra 2

with Tyler Kusunoki

Class Time: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Days: Sunday
Dates: January 10th to March 14th

AP World History

with Tyler Kusunoki

Class Time: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Days: Monday
Dates: January 11th to March 15th

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