Whether you are struggling with an assignment or simply want to improve your skills in writing, accounting, logic, philosophy or English, you have come to the right place and I just might be of help to you!
Let me introduce myself. I am a graduate from the University of Washington holding degrees in accounting and philosophy. Yes, that’s right – accounting and philosophy. This might strike you as an odd combination, but believe me the two are more closely related than you might think. Both tend to deal with the realms of logic, communication, critical thinking and the ability to deal with abstract objects and uncertainty, which makes them a perfect foundation for knowledge and lifelong learning.
Being very passionate about these subjects of study, I have completed both degrees with high honors (Cum Laude) and was awarded an Outstanding Graduating Student in Philosophy award in the summer of 2012. My love for knowledge has not only lead me to excel in these fields, but has also led me to the most rewarding and fulfilling activity – teaching. I have an extensive experience in tutoring diverse students of all ages and education backgrounds ranging from elementary school kids to graduate students. During my employment at the Odegaard Research and Writing Center and the Philosophy Department Writing Center at the University of Washington, I’ve had many opportunities to offer individual and group instructions in English composition, creative writing, public and oral presentations, research papers, dissertations, technical memos and reports, PowerPoint presentations, graduate school applications, personal statements and pretty much everything else one can think of. Through these experiences, I’ve developed an ability to help students understand assignments and intricacies/expectations of a particular writing genre, provide students with grammar tips and lessons, and suggest ways to improve writing by means of outlining, brainstorming and research. Moreover, I am able to implement a unique approach to each individual student so as to provide them with the best learning environment and have very good listening and interpersonal skills that make me an ideal tutor for students of all backgrounds. I have also worked extensively with ESL students and have first-person understanding of challenges many ESL students face in completing academic work in a non-native language. I have taught English classes for about two months in Dharamshala, India and tutored ESL students at the UW.
With this said, I am very excited about the fact that you are taking the extra step to get better at whatever you are trying to get better at and would like to help you out as much as I can!
Thank you for reading this and hope to hear from you soon
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