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University of Massachusetts (Journalism)
Boston College (Enrolled)
I'm currently a graduate student at Boston College working in Political Science. I live near campus with my girlfriend and grew up in the area. I earned two bachelor's degrees with honors at the University of Massachusetts - one in political science and one in journalism. Since graduating in 2013, I've worked as a writer, reporter, editor and blogger.
Although my background is strongly in writing, English, political science and history, I have experience in mathematics and science and have excelled in college, high school and standardized testing.
I like tutoring because I enjoy learning and I like the chance to help others learn more, understand better and excel in whatever area they want to.
I have written and edited professionally and was an editor at my school newspaper in college. I also have a wealth of experience writing academic essays from undergraduate and graduate school with a specialty in helping others develop outlines and organize thoughts.
I have taken dozens of high school, college and graduate courses on political science and history. I also follow these subjects outside of the classroom.
Whether you're looking for help on writing a better term paper or understanding the importance of the War of 1812, I'd love the chance to work with you. Contact me to figure out the optimal schedule and learn more. I'm currently a graduate student at Boston College working in Political Science. I live near campus with my girlfriend and grew up in the area. I earned two bachelor's degrees with honors at the University of Massachusetts - one in political … Read more
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