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University of Kansas (philosophy, psych)
Michigan State University (Master's)
I have a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in philosophy, and I have taught introductory logic and introductory ethics courses. I am currently a doctoral student in philosophy at the University of California-San Diego, where I am a graduate teaching assistant for introductory philosophy courses and humanities courses. I have also tutored several WyzAnt students in logic and moral philosophy. So I am very well-qualified to tutor logic, ethics, and other philosophy classes. I also used to teach GRE classes for the Princeton Review and have tutored several Wyzant students for the GRE, so I am well-qualified to help people prepare for the GRE. Finally, I have tutored WyzAnt students in algebra before, and there is a lot of algebra on the GRE. So I am qualified to tutor algebra 2 and anything below that.
I have a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in philosophy, and I have taught introductory logic and introductory ethics courses. I am currently a doctoral student in philosophy at the University of California-San Diego, where
Ryan helped me with my introduction to logic class and helped me raise my grade from a C to an A!
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I have taught many GRE courses for the Princeton Review, and I have helped many Wyzant students prepare for the GRE. Some students I have helped with every section of the GRE, while others have only wanted help with the math portion.
I have taken 2 undergraduate logic courses, and 1 undergraduate/graduate course in logic and its metatheory. I have also taught my own introductory logic course (at Michigan State University).
I have a bachelor's degree in philosophy from the University of Kansas, a master's degree in philosophy from Michigan State University, and I'm currently a doctoral student in philosophy at the University of California San Diego. I have also taught my own introductory logic and ethics courses, and I have been tutoring philosophy (ethics and/or logic) for the past 4 years (and before that I was an ethics tutor for 2 years for the University of Kansas Athletic Department).
As a current doctoral student in philosophy, and as one who has a master's degree in that same area, I have years of experience with both writing my own papers and offering constructive feedback on undergraduate papers (both philosophy papers and humanities papers). Also, last summer I placed in the 2nd Annual E. Maynard Adams essay competition sponsored by the Taylor Charitable Trust.