Our Tutors

Whether you’re looking to ace the SAT, master the LSAT, or land a perfect GRE score, Bulldog Tutors provides access to some of the finest tutors in Connecticut. Our team of elite Ivy League educated tutors have all scored in the 99th percentile across a range of tests, are experts in every subject that they teach, and bring extensive tutoring experience to each session.

In addition to those below, tutor bios are available upon request – simply let us know what you would like to be tutored in, and we’ll send along details on the tutors that would be best suited to you.

With physical tutoring locations in two local towns — New Haven and Guilford — Bulldog Tutors provides elite tutoring solutions to students in a broad range of cities across Connecticut, including Woodbridge, Guilford, Hamden, North Haven, Cheshire and many more.

Featured Tutor Profiles


Catherine Y.

SAT: 1600/1600
SAT II: 800/800 on 3 Subjects

Gabe L.

SAT: 1600/1600
LSAT: 178

Sukriti M.

SAT: 1600/1600
ACT: 34/36

Isabel W.

SAT: 1550/1600
AP Tests: 5s on 11 Subjects

Featured Tutor Bios

Clay is a senior at Yale majoring in Political Science with a strong background in languages, reading and writing and government. His perfect or near perfect scores on his APs, SAT IIs, SAT and ACT earned him an invitation to Yale’s Directed Studies program, an intensive year-long curriculum limited to the top 125 applicants. He greatly enjoys working with others and contributing to people’s improvement, having served as a coach on Yale’s national championship-winning mock trial team and accumulated years of tutoring experience from high school to college in a range of subjects including economics, philosophy, admissions, and standardized tests. He is an avid runner and plans to attend Law School after graduation.

Katie is a graduate student at Yale University. She graduated the California Institute of Technology in 2015 with a B.S. in chemistry. As an undergraduate, she was a teaching assistant for an undergraduate general chemistry lab as well as advanced inorganic chemistry. Her passion for inorganic chemistry brought her to Yale, where she is currently pursuing a PhD in chemistry as an NSF graduate research fellow. She has served as a teaching fellow for General Chemistry I and II, as well as a mentor for undergraduate students in lab. Within scientific research, she has had three publications in peer-reviewed journals and multiple presentations at national and international conferences. As a tutor, she loves to spread her enthusiasm for chemistry and help students gain a fundamental understanding of the subjects she teaches. Her previous standardized test scores include a 2300 SAT (out of 2400), an 800 on SAT Math II, a 780 on SAT Chemistry, and 5’s on the AP Exams in Chemistry, Calculus BC, and Physics B. On her GRE, she scored a perfect 180 on Verbal and 168 on Quantitative. In her free time, she enjoys fencing, watching the Green Bay Packers, and Netflix.

Ann is a first-year student in a joint PhD in French/JD at Yale. She graduated summa cum laude from the University of Florida in 2016, majoring in English, Spanish, and French and minoring in History. She was a varsity policy debater and newspaper columnist. She spent her summers as a Department of State FLAS Fellow in Paris and as a Spanish Residential Educator at Middlebury Interactive Languages in Vermont. She then was a Fulbright ETA in Strasbourg, France. She has published in the areas of comparative literature, poetry, and history, including in Intersect: The Stanford Journal of Science, Technology, and Society, and SAND Journal. She enjoys cooking and hiking.

Sohan is a Physics PhD candidate at Yale University. He graduated with honors from the University of Maryland, where he dual-majored in Physics and Mathematics, and earned a perfect score on the Math section of the GRE. Sohan has a passion for teaching mathematics, and has served as a tutor since the beginning of his undergraduate experience. He has served has Head Coach for the DRL Math Success Program, served as the Director of the SPS Tutoring Program, and currently serves as a Teaching Fellow at Yale University.

Pivi is a 2nd year student at Yale School of Medicine, and graduated from Princeton University in 2015 with a degree in public policy and a minor in global health. She graduated summa cum laude with a 3.66 overall GPA, and scored a 38 on her MCAT, which was in the 99th percentile of the past iteration of the exam. Pivi also graduated high school having taken several AP exams, including AP BC Calculus, AP Biology, and AP Chemistry, and scored a 2350 on her SATs. At Yale, she is a member of the Medical Student Council, and volunteers with several programs through the medical school. She tutored high school and undergrad students throughout college, and has helped many students with specific subjects and with standardized testing.


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