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Jennifer D. Saint Petersburg FL.
Grammar and Writing Tutor
Hello! My name is Jennifer and I graduated from Saint Petersburg State University. I am a professional writer of commentary and literary essays. More than anything, I love helping students feel more confident in their reading, writing, and verbal skills. I've worked consistently with 15+ students over the course of 5 years on their high school and college English/Literature course work, the college application process (both essay writing and organization), and SAT prep for the Writing and ... Read more
Suzanne P. Medford OR.
WRITING TUTOR: HIGH SCHOOL-COLLEGE
I am a retired high school and college English teacher, and I specialize in teaching essay writing to all levels of students. I self-published a book that teaches students how to think out and organize essays. The visual format of the book guarantees that a student must learn only once how to organize an essay. Then, writing becomes less stressful, less time consuming and simply a matter of elevating the thought process and refining style. The book was used in my New York City high school f... Read more
Vocabulary, Writing, English, Literature, SAT Writing
Neeley G. Powder Springs GA.
English Professor with Fourteen Years of College Teaching Experience
During my time in graduate school at University of North Carolina Wilmington, I began working at the college as a writing tutor. That was sixteen years ago, and I still use many of the tutoring techniques that I learned during my training there. For the last fourteen years, I have worked as a college English professor. While I am a full-time faculty member who teaches multiple composition courses, I have continued to work with writing students individually. I enjoy working with students on... Read more
Writing, English, Literature, Proofreading, Theater
Clementine M. Brooklyn NY.
Experienced Writing, Reading, and Humanities Tutor
Hello! My name is Clementine. I am a professional writer and current PhD student of English literature. I have 4 years of experience tutoring writing and humanities at the college level. I currently teach a Freshman composition course called First Year Writing. I would love to help you write your high school or college English, History, and Sociology papers! Writing a paper can be a daunting and painstaking task. Let me help make it easy and maybe even fun! I am an experienced writing inst... Read more
Reading, Writing, English, Literature, Proofreading
Lisa K. New York NY.
Ivy League Writing Tutor and College and Grad Admissions Consultant
Writing can be hard. Doing it alone, when you don't have the right one-on-one help, can make it harder. Whether you need help with the college, transfer, or graduate school admission process (essays, strategy, SAT/ACT essay writing, school choice) or writing a high school or college English essay (or a corporate manual, speech or grant proposal), I can make the process easier for you. I understand different thinking styles, and tailor my approach to them whenever possible. My standards ar... Read more
Grammar, Writing, English, SAT Writing, ACT English, College Counseling
Thomas M. Phoenix AZ.
Experienced Tutor Specializing in Writing, Lit, & Social Sciences
Hello! My name is Thomas and I graduated from University of Cambridge. I am a professional writer of commentary and literary essays. More than anything, I love helping students feel more confident in their reading, writing, and verbal skills. I've worked consistently with 15+ students over the course of 5 years on their high school and college English/Literature course work, the college application process (both essay writing and organization), and SAT prep for the Writing and Reading sect... Read more
Olivia F. Prosperity SC.
English and English language arts
I am a retired high school and college English teacher with 40 years' experience in the classroom. I have taught all levels of high school English as well as middle school language arts. I have been a certified teacher in South Carolina as well as a National Board Certified teacher. I also have a Masters degree in English from the University of South Carolina. Recently, I have certified to teach AP English Literature and Composition. I have a special interest in developing the literacy of al... Read more
Grammar, Reading, English, Literature, SAT Reading, SAT Writing
Tom O. Saint Augustine FL.
Ex-college professor specializing in English, writing, literature
I am a retired college English professor with more than 13 years of teaching experience. I also have 30+ years of experience in the newspaper industry with positions ranging from cub reporter to executive editor. Now that I am retired, I spend most of my time reading, gardening, working out at the gym, and watching great movies. In between, I enjoy spending time with my four grandchildren. I believe that helping students learn is the highest form of human endeavor and that is why I would be ... Read more
Grammar, Writing, English, Literature, ACT English
Victoria M. Fredericksburg TX.
High School/College English Tutor, Retired Professor
I am a retired college English professor with 29 years of experience. I have also worked as an examiner for the International Baccalaureate. I have also written books in college success and taking online classes. My students tended to be successful because I did not give them answers. Rather, I worked with them to develop their own ideas. I am also demanding. I expect students to do the best work they can--and then improve on that. For tutoring, I expect students to be prepared for their se... Read more
Vocabulary, European History, Reading, Writing, English, Government & Politics, Literature, World History
William C. Pasadena CA.
Finally, a Common Sense Approach to Writing Instruction
During my fifteen years of teaching first-year college English, I have often heard students say on the first day of class that they are just not good writers. They seem to think that writing ability is something you are either born with or fated never to have. But writing is a craft, and, like any craft, mastery of it begins with the right tools. I'll provide you with the tools, not the wooden rules of grammar and syntax but knowledge of the underlying?logic?of good sentences. Soon you'll fi... Read more
Vocabulary, Grammar, Reading, Writing, English, Literature, Proofreading
How a College English Tutor Can Help:
High schools vary in quality and not all schools teach or emphasize the same areas of knowledge. That’s particularly true with writing and the study of English. Different students could have taken the same courses but covered nothing close to the same material.Some of the topics you might need help with this year include:
- College basic writing
- Grammar and punctuation
- Creative writing
- Literary theory
- British and American literature (always a popular college topic)
- Literary genres like poetry, drama and more
If English is a struggle or a second language, having the right English tutor to assist will make the entire semester easier and better for you!
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