California State University of Long Beach (History)
I currently have a Bachelor's Degree in History. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from California State University of Long Beach. I live in Fountain Valley and have a bit of tutoring experience. My GPA at CSULB was a 3.88. I have almost always received As in history classes. I currently have a Bachelor's degree, and am attending graduate school to obtain my Master's degree.
I consider myself a great writer and communicator. I've been asked before to join the IVC speech team. My essays were often considered "model writing" by teachers, who asked to use them as examples of good work in the future. I can easily help students with writing essays or studying history. I currently have a Bachelor's Degree in History. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from California State University of Long Beach. I live in Fountain Valley and have a bit of tutoring experience. My GPA at CSULB was a 3.88. I have almost always received As in history classes. I currently have a Bachelor's degree, and am attending graduate school to
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I currently hold a Bachelor's Degree in History from California State University of Long Beach. I graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University in ~2015.
I received a 5/5 on the AP United States exam. I also achieved A's in every single US History class I've taken. I've tutored American History before as well. This is by far my strongest subject.
Geography is not a difficult subject. It usually relies more on one's ability to use mnemonic devices successfully rather than the utilization of any specific skill-sets. I am happy to tutor anybody on this subject so long as I am given fair warning ahead of time regarding what kind of assignments they have (example: Do you have to study a map of Europe? Do you have an African map quiz? Do you need to know the states and capitals of the United States of America? I would need to know this). After studying for awhile, I would probably compile a list of helpful memorization tips for a student and then meet with them.
I m dislexus ad cant spel wel!
Haha, I'm joking of course! I am competent enough at spelling, obviously. My lexicon is pretty well developed, and writing a myriad of essays teaches you proper spelling and grammar. I cannot imagine why anybody would need a spelling tutor unless they actually had the problem mentioned in the introduction of my subject description (in which case, you have my apology as well as my sympathy). However, I figured I might as well add a description to this subject anyway.
The difficulty with World History is that it is an extremely broad topic with curriculum that varies from teacher to teacher. Some teachers treat World History as if it was another European History class with one or two glances at other civilizations (any combination of Japan, the Arab world, pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, India and China). Others prefer a less Eurocentric approach that focuses entire units on non-European countries.
This is a strong subject of mine. I graduated magna cum laude at CSULB with focuses in Asian history and US History, but also took several classes outside the purview of either. I've received excellent scores in World History classes (A's in every WH class I've taken, including an online one from UC Berkeley).
I am experienced at writing college and graduate level essays. I can help with both proofreading and offering general writing advice.