Indiana University Southeast & University of Southern Indiana (Spanish)
I believe that every student has the ability to learn any subject, so long as the teacher has the ability to properly adapt to the student's personal learning style. I have tutored/mentored many students, and the most common phrase I have always heard is "this subject is just too hard!" Numerous students are left with the assumption that they aren't intelligent enough for their class/assignment, and that is simply untrue. It is my guarantee to you that, TOGETHER, we will find a way to help you understand, learn, and excel at any subject necessary, and I will exhaust every effort in order to make that happen. Whether it is homework help, editing a paper, a catch up course, or weekly lessons, WE will help YOU excel.
To tell you a little bit about myself and my credentials: I graduated in 2013 with a Core 40 Academic Honors diploma, holding a 3.97 GPA. I took 4 years of Spanish in high school, and was advanced to 3rd level Spanish at USI my freshman year. I took advanced AP English, Chemistry and AP Chem 2, Biology and AP Biology 2, studied math through AP Calculus 1, and took the basic History courses, as advanced History wasn't offered at my high school. In college, I refreshed and took College Algebra, Calc I and Calc II, Biology II, Chem I and Lab, Intermediate Spanish 2, English 201, American Religion in History, Study Skills, plus all the basics (still a work in progress! Wish me luck!). During my high school academic career, I tutored Spanish, Chemistry, and Algebra students as well as graded academic papers for the Spanish and Advanced English classes. I was fortunate enough to become a multi-disciplinary teacher's aide, allowing me to grade numerous assignments, help create lesson plans, and hone my skills in a real world setting. In addition to the normal classes, I was fortunate enough to take an ACT/SAT prep course, as well as assist in tutoring those subjects my senior year. In college, I worked as my Spanish professor's aide; I graded the majority of assignments for the Spanish 101 classes he taught (except for tests), and was recommended for tutoring up through Intermediate Spanish level.
I am happy and excited to offer various tutoring methods personalized to each individual student's needs. Having taken 2 different Study Skills classes in college, as well as an SAT/ACT prep course my Junior year of high school, I have been taught in numerous different teaching styles. In addition to learning various methods, I was made to convey the same lesson in numerous different styles. I can assist you in the specific subject, as well as provide you with the skills to make future studying easier. A double-whammy!
Currently accepting/pursuing the following subjects: English (grammar, vocabulary, writing skills, essay editing), ACT English/Reading/Writing, SAT English/Reading, Spanish, Chemistry (I, II, AP), Biology (I, II, AP), Algebra (I, II, AP), ACT/SAT mathematics, as well as GED practice help and Study Skills.
Ready to get ahead, catch back up, or learn something entirely new? Contact me! I will respond ASAP!! Willing to negotiate individual rates based on specific needs and the subject matter. Don't hesitate to ask! I believe that every student has the ability to learn any subject, so long as the teacher has the ability to properly adapt to the student's personal learning style. I have tutored/mentored many students, and the most common phrase I have always heard is "this subject is just too hard!" Numerous students are left with the assumption that they
For a proof reading session of an English paper, I will charge $5 per page. This will include grammar, spelling, content quality, format, vocabulary, etc.
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