Advance quickly and consistently with lessons built for YOU.
See what subjects we tutor on the Services page.
About the tutor
Mel founded Ingram Test Prep back in 2014 upon returning from Argentina, where they cofounded and ran their first test prep company, USA Tutors Buenos Aires, for several years. Mel has earned 99th percentile scores on all the tests they teach and has nearly a decade of full-time experience tutoring high school and college students in a range of subjects spanning the humanities, grammar and composition, social sciences, natural sciences, and mathematics. A graduate of New York University and student at the Unviersity of Pennsylvania, Mel knows firsthand what it takes to succeed at elite universities.
Fall 2019 Availability
Monday, 1pm to 9pm
Tuesday, 1pm to 9pm
Wednesday, 9:30am to 7:30pm
Thursday, 1pm to 9pm
Friday, 9am to 6pm
Prices and packages
Can be prebooked or paid at time of session. No expiration.
With Mel (in-office only):
1-Hour Session Not offered
1.5-Hour Session 112.50
2-Hour Session 150
With a package, we acknowledge that significant score improvement results from long-term preparation. There is a discount of more than 15% when you prepay for a block of services at a time. A coupon code is generated and the amount remaining in your package is automatically updated each time you book a service. These blocks can be renewed as you continue with thorough preparation.
A. All-around: 20-Hours with Mel + 2 Practice Tests
This package translates to 20 hours of one-on-one prep with Mel and two seats at a practice test, a $1560 value. It can be purchased for $1350; expires three months after first class.
Set up a free consultation
Working one-on-one with a tutor is all about customization. We strive to meet each student’s needs, and we like to know as much as possible about the student’s academic background, the family’s needs, and goals for the program of study.
A 30-minute in-office consultation is scheduled for each new family. At least one parent(s) or other interested party should attend. (Sometimes a grandparent, a relative, or a family friend arranges the student’s classes; these parties’ input is welcome.) The student should also attend. We’ll talk about test prep, college admissions, scheduling and the timeline, and the student’s academic background.
Use the button below to request a time for your consultation.