Exam Review Sessions

What’s Included:

  • A 2 – 2.5 hour tutoring session
  • A comprehensive review guide
  • Practice exams with detailed solutions
  • Access to your tutor through e-mail

$50 Per Exam

Cash, LionCash and all major credit cards accepted. Pay when you arrive at the tutoring session.

How it Works

  • Each of our review sessions is identical so you only need to attend the one that is most convenient for you.
  • You will be provided with everything that you need when you arrive.
  • Just show up to the session you wish to attend—no need to sign up in advance.
  • We recommend that you arrive at least 15 minutes early to make sure that you get a seat. Space is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.


The review schedule for this class has not been posted. Please subscribe to the class email list for updates.


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Emily Black
Emily Black Head Accounting, Statistics, and Economics Tutor
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Emily is our head accounting, statistics, and economics tutor. She is also the LionTutors Director of Operations. She graduated from Penn State’s MAcc program in 2016 with a masters in accounting and a minor in Spanish. Emily has a rare ability to relate statistics, accounting, and economics concepts to students in ways that are easy to understand.

Dave Rehrig
Dave Rehrig
Classes: STAT 200
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Dave is one of our STAT 200 tutors. He is majoring in Finance with a minor in Political Science. He hopes to one day become a corporate attorney. He is from Northampton PA (near Allentown), and he loves all Philly sports teams. He chose to become a tutor because of his passion of helping others succeed. Other than tutoring, Dave is actively involved in his business fraternity Phi Chi Theta and THON.

Tejas Wein
Tejas Wein
Classes: STAT 200
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Tejas is one of our STAT 200 tutors. He is majoring in Finance and Biochemistry. He decided to become a tutor because he enjoys helping students reach a feeling of accomplishment when their material finally “clicks.” Outside of tutoring, Tejas is involved in undergraduate research and the Nittany Lion Fund. He likes to spend his free time kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. After graduation, he is planning on pursuing a career in Investment Banking.