Hi everyone! I graduated from Stanford in 2012 with my Masters in International Comparative Education, which is a research-based degree. As you can imagine, it was a rigorous program and I gained a lot of experience in academic writing as I spent the majority of my year working on my thesis. I also tried to keep it lively by taking a course called Academic Writing for Clarity and Grace! I think it may have worked because I am now a News and Content Writer for a marketing company here in Chicago. That's right - I often spend nearly 8 hours per day researching, writing and editing.
Before Stanford, I was a student at Loyola in Chicago and spent a large portion of my free time tutoring, teaching English, and mentoring high school students, as well as working as a nanny. I also have much experience teaching ELL to adults. I genuinely enjoy tutoring and it's something I've done since high school.
I would be comfortable tutoring students of any age in ACT prep, GRE prep, grammar, writing, scholarship essays and personal statements, and English as a Second Language/ELL. It's probably also worth mentioning that in college I worked as Chief Copy Editor of Loyola's student newspaper, and in high school, I received a perfect score on the English portion of the ACT, so I definitely know the ins and outs of grammar and am nerdy in that way.
Parents or Adult Learners, please message me - I'd love to help!
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