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Hello prospective students! I've been a tutor at the University of Central Arkansas for over a year now and absolutely love my job. I've wanted to be a teacher since I can remember and nothing is more satisfying than the "AHA!" moment when you can see the recognition/realization in the student's eyes. Teaching is my passion.
As a philosophy major, I'm deeply passionate about learning in all its shapes. I think, like Socrates, that "The unexamined life is not worth living" and the only way to start examining is to start learning and reading. The humanities, I believe, make you a more engaging, thoughtful, and possibly better person. Not to mention the influx of graduates from the STEM field have opened up public space for the humanities' creative spirits to start thriving again.
I have been a tutor for over a year at UCA which has provided me with real tutoring experience. My ACT scores on English were 35 and 36 on writing. I have strong faith in my communication skills and translating the ACT-related knowledge necessary to score well is something I've already practiced often. I'm currently mentoring my little sister so that she can get into the college of her choice. My writing skills have developed strongly over the past four years as a philosophy major as all our assignments are writing oriented.
Be successful! Score high on your standardized tests! Give me a call. Hello prospective students! I've been a tutor at the University of Central Arkansas for over a year now and absolutely love my job. I've wanted to be a teacher since I can remember and nothing is more satisfying than the "AHA!" moment when you can see the recognition/realization in the student's eyes. Teaching is my passion.
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