My name is Tyler, and I am a student at the University of Central Florida. I am in my sophomore year and am majoring in Writing and Rhetoric. My strengths have always lied in the liberal arts which is why I've chosen writing and rhetoric to be my area of study. My love for subjects, such as history, writing, rhetoric, and reading, drive my desire to one day be a professor.
I hope that as a tutor I'll be able to instill within students the same love and respect for writing and reading that I have. In a world where STEM subjects are held to high importance, we mustn't forget the value of reading and writing. For middle school and high school students, writing will continue to be an invaluable skill in the coming years. As a tutor, I hope to sharpen and hone these skills for young students so that they will be successful and well-learned students.
I have an understanding that all kids are different when it comes to learning. This appreciation of learning diversity is what will make me a valuable tutor. My biggest hope is to help students gather an understanding of the complexity and beauty of writing, which will inevitably lead to success.
I look forward to helping and hearing back from you!
English was my strongest subject while in high school. I earned near perfect scores on all my writing assignments. My SAT Writing and and Reading scores are what carried my overall SAT score, allowing me admission to UCF. So far, I've taken two english classes at UCF earning A's in both of them.
History has long been one of my favorite subjects. My junior year of high school I took AP United States History and earned a 5/5 on the exam. While Writing and Rhetoric is my major, American History is my minor. For my senior year of high school is was Secretary of the Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society.
The key to being successful in school is to have an appreciation and respect for all subjects. With my tutoring, not only do I hope to help my students succeed, I hope to help them learn that appreciation. I one job but have a flexible schedule. I look forward to hearing back from you! My name is Tyler, and I am a student at the University of Central Florida. I am in my sophomore year and am majoring in Writing and Rhetoric. My strengths have always lied in the liberal arts which is why I've chosen writing and rhetoric to be my area of study. My love for subjects, such as history, writing, rhetoric, and reading, drive my desire
In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.