John Moscatiello has been a teacher, tutor, and author for the past 17 years. His career began at the Princeton Review, where he taught the SAT, ACT, SAT Subject Tests, AP Exams, ISEE, SSAT, SHSAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT Verbal, and TOEFL. John has trained hundreds of teachers, written content for 13 test preparation books, and worked as a college admissions consultant. He starred in more than 200 educational videos for the Princeton Review’s SAT, ACT, and GRE self-paced courses. John’s academic career began as a Spanish major at NYU, where he used AP credits to graduate a full year early. He then pursued graduate degrees in history from Fordham and Notre Dame, where he taught undergraduate students. He was a Fulbright scholar to Spain in 2012. John’s academic work has been published in both English and Spanish.
Tom Richey has been teaching AP courses for 11 years. Since 2012, he has been helping students prepare for the AP U.S. History, AP European History, and AP U.S. Government and Politics exams through his YouTube channel. He has published over 300 videos, helping students with both exam content and writing. Although initially focused on helping students prepare for exams, Tom has recently focused on helping teachers understand the requirements of the exam, with a knack for breaking down labyrinthine guidelines into plain English. He completed graduate coursework in history at Clemson University and he and his family still call Clemson home over a decade later. When he’s not teaching, Tom enjoys playing guitar, taking walks, and making an occasional meme.
Ian Tiedemann teaches history and social studies courses at the high school level, including AP® Microeconomics, AP® Macroeconomics, and AP® European History. He is also the advisor to his school’s Model UN club as well as an Economics club that competes in several subject-based competitions. Ian is devoted to his continued professional development; he has participated in programs all over that world that have helped him build content knowledge and lesson plans to share with his students and colleagues.