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Test Prep Instructors

Jeff Domozick Devin Stewart Tye Tavaras

Jeffrey Domozick

  • JD Emory University
  • BA Political Science, Emory University

Jeff Domozick is a Project Attorney at King & Spalding, specializing in document review, discovery and case management. Prior to that he was a Legal Fellow at the Department of Veterans Affairs where he provided legal advice regarding employment law. Jeff graduated from the School of Law at Emory University and obtained a bachelor's degree in Political Science from Emory University. He has experience advising students about the transition to law school and how the application process works. He has worked as a private tutor and likes to teach chess.

Devin Stewart

Devin Stewart has been teaching at Emory University since 1990. He is an expert on standardized tests, and scored 800 on both the verbal and math sections of the GRE. He has taught test prep courses for 20 years, and has a proven record of helping students improve their scores dramatically on the SAT, GRE, LSAT, and GMAT tests. He is also familiar with the ins-and-outs of undergraduate, graduate, and professional school admissions and can help you avoid application pitfalls and increase your chances of admission to your top choice schools. He has also served as a consultant to Barrons, Inc. for the review of GMAT and GRE test-prep books.

Tye Tavaras

  • BA International Studies, Emory University
  • MA International Human Rights Law, American University
  • JM International Law, Emory Law School

Tye Tavaras holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from Emory University, a Master of Arts in International Human Rights Law from The American University in Cairo, and a Juris Master focused on International Law from Emory Law School. She served as a contributing writer for Mic and Ramel Media, a study abroad advisor for Emory University and also worked as the resident director in Jordan with the Critical Language Scholarships program. She was published in the University of Pennsylvania's Journal of Law and Social Change as a co-author of the article "Indiscriminate Power: Racial Profiling and Surveillance Since 9/11."  She has taught and tutored for the LSAT, GRE, and MCAT CARS.