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Adam Taliercio

After graduating from MCVSD’s High Technology High School, Adam earned a Bachelor’s degree in English at Franklin & Marshall. He has written for medical magazines and regularly edits MIT research for publication in robotics journals. Adam taught himself to play drums with couch cushions and a chest he found in the basement; the chest didn’t last long.

Meet Adam

What are Parents and Students Saying

I wanted to let you know how well I did with my November SAT’s. I felt really confident in my reading, and your tips allowed me to take my time and not rush the questions. Thanks for all the confidence you instilled in me for my final SAT, especially the patience you had with me during the course.
-from a student in Point Pleasant

My son applied early decision to Stevens Institute of Technology and was accepted and also received the Edwin A. Stevens scholarship. He will be going there and we are so happy! Thanks so much. Your classes really helped him achieve a great score!
-from a parent in Ocean

Thank you for inviting the parents to attend last night. It was informative and fun. I want you to know that I am truly impressed with your teaching/coaching skills. You have a great talent and I am glad Talia got to experience your class. I think you provided her with excellent tools to take these tests. Please continue to do what you are doing….these kids need you.
-from a parent in Robbinsville

I’ll take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude to Adam and your entire team for going above and beyond for us. The group sessions with Adam really helped the kids to improve their scores. Adam is a wonderful teacher and the kids were lucky to have him.
–from a parent in South Brunswick

We sent our son here for SAT prep and College Essay writing and we couldn’t be more pleased with how much it helped. He went up over 200 points and he really enjoyed working with Adam for his essay writing. I highly recommend Solution Prep for their SAT and Essay Writing course. They made this part of the college journey a lot easier.
-from a parent in East Brunswick

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