- Academic Support
- AP Exams
- SSAT, HSPT & ISEE
- Subject Tests
- Bethesda, MD
- McLean, VA
- Remote (Skype, Google Hangout, FaceTime, etc.)
- Tenleytown, DC
Ned Johnson is the president and founder of PrepMatters. A professional tutor-geek since 1993, Mr. Johnson has devoted in excess of 35,000 hours in one-on-one test prep for nearly the entire alphabet of tests. His experience includes work with all ages and abilities in preparation for SSAT and ISEE to ACT and SAT to GMAT, GRE and LSAT.
Considered by many to be the most sought-after instructor in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, Mr. Johnson has served area students as well as clients from across the country and around the globe. In addition to his time with clients, Mr. Johnson oversees instructor hiring and training, curriculum development, business management, and coffee purchases.
A 1993 graduate of Williams College, Mr. Johnson has a BA in Economics and Political Science. Originally from Connecticut (he can drive in snow), Mr. Johnson now resides with his wife and children in Washington, DC.
People often believe standardized tests are IQ tests. They aren’t.
You have to know what’s on the tests. You have to know how to do what’s on them. And, you have to be able to do your best on any given day. All are knowledge and skills that you can develop — that’s what I help you do. Along the way, we might even help you learn more about the ways you study, think and perform that can could be meaningful to you long after you have forgotten what your test scores were.
“There is much that is vexed about the college admissions process–not least the role of the SAT. Few people have more wisdom about the process or empathy for its objects–our children–than Ned Johnson. He shares in this important book the wise counsel he has been providing his lucky pupils.”
“A good college education is more important than ever in today’s global economy. Desirable or not, standardized tests are an essential element to college admissions. Johnson and Warner have written an insightful and common-sense guide on how to prepare for these tests; we know how good they are–two of our children are PrepMatters alumni.”
“Johnson and Eskelsen write in an encouraging and positive tone that will inspire parents to not only fully believe in their children’s success, but to gain a better understanding of what their teen is going through…Sound advice…” “Test prep guru Ned Johnson brilliantly distills his wisdom, experience, and insightful analysis into an indispensable and engagingly readable guide for navigating the rocky shoals of the SAT. Required reading for all parents of college-bound students.”