Send Tyler a message explaining your needs and you will receive a response shortly. Have you already emailed Tyler or another tutor? If so, you have an account! Sign in now
If you select this option, Wyzant will ask interested tutors to contact you by email if they are able to help. A maximum of five different tutors will email you and none of your personal information, including your email address, will be released.
Cedarville University (English Literature)
Westminster Theological Seminary (Enrolled)
Tutoring is difficult work, but it is also work that I have come to deeply love.
During my undergraduate studies, I became certified to tutor college-level writing and worked in Cedarville University's Writing Center for three years. These beginning years taught me that tutoring is difficult work- for both the tutee and the tutor.
A good tutor is willing to dig deep into a students studies, brainstorm effective teaching methods, and understand how to help the student master a subject themselves. I came to love this process of teaching others to teach themselves so much that I took a job right out of college with an alternative school, helping K-12 kids who had fallen behind in their studies regain confidence and prove through diligent work that they are far from a "lost cause."
I specialize in tutoring English grammar, literature, and writing for ACT, SAT, and standard coursework of any academic level. I am certified to tutor writing by the College Reading and Learning Association's International Tutor Training Program.
Also, my training in Biblical scholarship qualifies me to assist you with any Bible studies.
I am generally available for tutoring any day of the week except Sundays, so send me a message and I'll let you know my availability (I will respond quickly to your inquiry)! I am willing to travel, and I prefer to meet at local coffee shops or even your house. My current base rate is $45 an hour for any tutoring service.
I look forward to hearing from you and helping you master your studies! Tutoring is difficult work, but it is also work that I have come to deeply love.
During my undergraduate studies, I became certified to tutor college-level writing and worked in Cedarville University's Writing Center for three years. These beginning years taught me that tutoring
In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.