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UMass Amherst 2012 (English, Theater)
I am a graduate of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst with a BA in Theater and English. I am extremely proficient in the areas of reading, writing, vocabulary and grammar. I am a highly skilled editor and a versatile tutor. I have comprehensive experience as a substitute teacher. I have a preliminary teaching license in English. I have worked extensively with special needs students as well as students with IEPs. This enables me to work with students from all walks of life. I love the English language and take great joy in passing my knowledge and passion on to others. I am a graduate of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst with a BA in Theater and English. I am extremely proficient in the areas of reading, writing, … Read more
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Though I specialize and hold a BA in English and Theater, I have always had an interest and eagerly pursued the study of history science and math, in my own fashion. While not my chosen profession, I am very capable at tutoring others in these fields. Moreover, I have developed an ideal studying technique that I believe can be adapted to nearly any student. Having struggled to study certain subjects myself, I found a way to extract concise pieces of information while maintaining the general concept. This technique can transform the most tedious of subjects into a challenge that is completed quickly and efficiently, so that the student can conquer even their least favorite subjects.