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I have been tutoring English - Reading and Writing, the CUNY Proficiency Exam (CPE), the CUNY Assesment Test in Writing (CATW), and Grammar since 2008 in Academia.
My teaching interests have been fostered in my academic studies and 3 years of undergraduate mentoring in New York City, in courses from Theory and Practice of Expository Writing to leading course work discussion of works in English Composition 1 - “Learning to Read” by Malcolm X and “Allegory of the Cave” by Plato.
I also help with Brainstorming, Outlining, Research, MLA and APA Citations, Work Cited Page, and ESL.
Please have a dictionary with you. You will always look up a word that you do not understand.
You will always write on your paper and read your writing to me. Please print your essays and bring your assignment description with you.
I am also a screenwriter; I am creative. Let's think together! I have been tutoring English - Reading and Writing, the CUNY Proficiency Exam (CPE), the CUNY Assesment Test in Writing (CATW), and … Read more
Edwin brings real value to WyzAnt and I am glad he can be found here.
I had a college literature paper due in 72 hours. Edwin answered right away. When he reviewed my writing he saw that it lacked command. He pointed out problems with the document. I corrected it. As a result, I received an "A" for the semester, maintained my GPA and the Professor asked to keep the essays to share with future students. I look forward to working with Edwin on future projects.
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