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West Chester University (Spanish)
Hello! My name is Olivia and I am a May 2016 graduate of West Chester University! I majored in Spanish and Psychology and minored in Latin American and Latino Studies. Before I head of to Spain in October to teach English, I want to spread the Spanish language and culture in as many ways as I can.
I have been learning and speaking Spanish for the past 8 years, and have lived abroad in Argentina.
I accept and am able to help teach or tutor all students ranging from beginners to advanced. I will set up clear and structured lessons to help the student maximize their abilities.
I am an experienced and CRLA certified tutor and have professional experience tutoring English, Algebra and Spanish to students at West Chester University.
I am a CRLA certified tutor, and have tutored basic algebra at West Chester University through the Learning Assistance and Resource Center. For the past six months, I have tutored 27 different students weekly on a college level basic algebra course.
I am a fluent speaker of the Spanish language. I have studied and lived abroad in Argentina as well as used the language while visiting parts of Mexico, Puerto Rico and primarily Spanish-speaking cities in the United States (i.e., Miami, NYC, Phildelphia). I am a CRLA certified tutor.
Contact me for any of your academic needs! Not only am I a certified tutor, but can help with time management, organization and test strategies as well. Hello! My name is Olivia and I am a May 2016 graduate of West Chester University! I majored in Spanish and Psychology and minored in Latin American and Latino Studies.
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