• Stanford University M.A. - Psychology (2006)
  • Stanford University B.A. - Mathematics, Psychology (2004)
    • Graduated with Distinction


  • Lifesaver Tutoring, Director (2009-Present)
  • Part-time math tutor (1999-2009)
  • Kehillah Jewish High School, Math Department Chair (2008-2009)
  • Kehillah Jewish High School, Math Teacher (2006-2009)
  • Princeton Review, SAT Instructor (2003)



Frank Newman

At Stanford University, Frank earned his Bachelors degree in mathematics and psychology and his Masters degree in psychology. Frank has been tutoring math for the last 15 years, including 3 years as a high school math teacher in California. Frank founded Lifesaver Tutoring in 2009 after moving to Durham, NC. In January 2015, Frank opened a new branch of Lifesaver Tutoring in Brooklyn.







  • GRE Quantitative 800 (2003)
  • SAT Math Subject Test: 800 (1999)

  • SAT Math: 800 (1999)
  • ACT Math: 36 (1999)


Selected Awards

  • Phi Beta Kappa (2003)
  • Stanford University Presidents Scholar (2000)
  • National Merit Scholar (2000)
  • USA Math Talent Search Grand Prize Winner (1999) 

Frank is available to be your tutor in Brooklyn, Manhattan, or online!

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