Eric M.


Born in New Jersey, Eric left the nest to explore the Spanish-speaking world at an early age, studying in Spain, Peru, Costa Rica, Mexico, and Argentina. Eric graduated from Oberlin College and Conservatory’s Dual Degree program with a 4.0/4.0 GPA, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Hispanic Studies with High Honors and a Bachelor of Music in Composition. He also minored in Music History, Music Theory, and Latin. After enrolling in Harvard Law School, Eric finally opted for sleep over salary and returned to his lifelong passion for Spanish. He received a Master of Arts in Teaching from Boston University, and has been working as a high school Spanish and Latin teacher this past year. For his potential as an educator, Eric was awarded the inaugural Future Language Educator Scholarship by the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

Eric has taught Spanish at a variety of levels, to beginning elementary school learners and advanced high school students alike. He focuses on helping students attain a practical command of Spanish through real-world communication skills and a strong grammatical foundation. In his LSAT tutoring, he enjoys working with both veteran students and those just starting out with the test. At Cambridge Coaching, his core strengths include elementary school Spanish enrichment, all levels of high school Spanish from beginner to AP, and the LSAT.

In his free time, Eric enjoys composing music, playing the piano, and shamelessly consuming reality television.


Education & Qualifications
  • Boston University, MA in Teaching in Modern Foreign Language Education, Spanish
  • Oberlin College and Conservatory, BA in Hispanic Studies, BM in Composition
  • Spanish
  • LSAT
  • Testimonial Citation: 
    "I thought Eric was an amazing tutor and extremely helpful during my last few weeks of studying. Eric was always prepared and made sure that our time together was as productive as possible. We focused on logic games specifically for the first few weeks and he really helped me improve my logic games score."
    Testimonial Source: 
    (Abigail, LSAT Student, Score went from 156 to 160)