University of California, Los Angeles (German)
I would be thrilled to have the opportunity to help you improve your language skills, be it in preparation for a test (AP, SAT II), for a class, or for everyday usage.
I graduated from UCLA with a major in German summa cum laude and with Departmental Highest Honors and was also recognized as the Most Outstanding Graduating Senior for the Department of Germanic Languages. My Italian studies began while I was in high school and continued at UCLA, where I received A+'s in my upper-division literature and composition courses. I have studied Spanish for six years and received a 5 on the AP test.
I am patient, friendly, and detail-oriented. I adapt to the needs of the individual student and arrange lesson plans that address short-term needs as well as long-term goals. As a non-native speaker, I am aware of the unique challenges of each language and am able to explain grammatical concepts in terms that make sense to fellow native English speakers. I would be thrilled to have the opportunity to help you improve your language skills, be it in preparation for a test (AP, SAT II), for a class, or for everyday usage.
I graduated from UCLA with a major in German summa cum laude and with Departmental Highest Honors and was also recognized as the Most Outstanding Graduating Senior for
Meagan quickly identified what will be most helpful to me in improving my German skills, and comes to our lessons fully prepared. Her integrity comes through in everything she does -- beyond the call of duty. My highest recommendation for Meagan as a tutor for any age or skill level.
Meagan worked with my daughter on her German 101 course and helped her immensely. She has a great, positive personality and she's very encouraging. She gives a thorough write-up of the session and great advice for preparing for tests and assignments.
We highly recommend her as a tutor.
Meagan was an excellent choice for a Spanish tutor. She is friendly, skilled in her assessment and presentation, knowledgeable, punctual, and professional.
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