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The University of Illinois Chicago (Political Science)
I have informal tutoring experience which I've gained through helping friends and students throughout my years in high school and college. I have always tutored English and especially proofreading/grammar. I'm very fond of the academic environment I've found at UIC, and I believe it is important for students to learn in an environment that is both comfortable for them as well as conducive to maintaining focus on their work. My interest in tutoring comes from my penchant for trying new things. I want to use my abilities as a tutor to inspire others to seek new educational opportunities for themselves as well as to grow their current skills.
I am a sophomore at UIC as well as a member of the Undergraduate Student Government. I'm the director of the Communications and Recruitment Committee within the student government. I usually spend my free time by finding new music, exercising, reading, cooking, biking, seeing friends, or watching movies.
I received a score of 31 on the English and Reading portions of the ACT.
I have written multiple essays, research papers, and more throughout my education
My English tutoring preferences involve proofreading, grammar, and writing.
I am free to tutor weekday afternoons and evenings from Tuesday to Friday. My weekend availability varies regularly; however I'm willing to try to work something out for weekend tutoring if our schedules mesh. I have informal tutoring experience which I've gained through helping friends and students throughout my years in high school and college. I have always tutored English and especially proofreading/… Read more
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