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Kenneth Brenner

Tutor with 11+ years experience for SAT/ACT/GRE/MCAT/ELA/Math

About Kenneth

Education:

Bachelors, Mathematics, LIU Post

Bachelors, Digital Communications and Media/Multimedia, LIU Post

Subject Specialities:

GRE, MCAT Critical Analysis And Reasoning Skills, AP Calculus AB, AP English Language, AP English Literature, AP European History, AP US History, AP World History

Bio:

Ken Brenner has been a committed Princeton Review instructor since 2008. He is an established tutor, teacher, trainer, and content developer, with expertise in a wide range of test types and subject areas. His refined ability to adapt to each student’s needs enables him to connect with students from all ages and backgrounds, developing personalized strategies for establishing and achieving goals. His knowledge, compassion, and enduring optimism foster student success and satisfaction.

Ken is certified to teach an array of test types: ISEE/SSAT, SHSAT, P/SAT, ACT, SAT, SAT subject tests, AP exams, GRE, and MCAT CARS. He also tutors academic math, history, English, and writing. As a test prep guru, Ken trains new teachers in the New York Metro area and occasionally runs trainings in other parts the country. Ken has contributed to many content development projects, writing questions and solutions for various Princeton Review materials. Ken has also been featured in livestream teaching videos on social media.

In his free time, Ken enjoys a diverse array of hobbies to keep his personal life as interesting as his work life. He enjoys travel and is an avid Disney fan, having spent eight years working for the Walt Disney Company while also working for the Princeton Review. His favorite outdoor activities include exploring America's theme parks and camping. Ken also enjoys challenging his mind solving logic problems, escape room puzzles, and unplugging completely to play board games. When he gets the opportunity, he also likes to flex his creative muscles, reading daily, performing improv comedy, and designing board games of his own.