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Kiki W.

English Tutor Specializing in Reading Comp, Grammar, and Writing

English Tutor Specializing in Reading Comp, Grammar, and Writing

$40/hour

  • 3 hours tutoring

About Kiki


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During high school, I volunteered at Multinational Ministries, where I tutored boys and girls from grades 1-5 in subjects such as math, writing, and reading. This past year, I began teaching Sunday school at Christ Community Church. Additionally, I work in a nursery and love spending time with children. Nothing is more gratifying to me than helping a child learn and grow. When I realized my passion for education, I felt humbled.

I struggled to keep up with my fellow classmates in...

During high school, I volunteered at Multinational Ministries, where I tutored boys and girls from grades 1-5 in subjects such as math, writing, and reading. This past year, I began teaching Sunday school at Christ Community Church. Additionally, I work in a nursery and love spending time with children. Nothing is more gratifying to me than helping a child learn and grow. When I realized my passion for education, I felt humbled.

I struggled to keep up with my fellow classmates in elementary and middle school. It was not until my freshman year of high school that somebody helped me realized my potential as a student. When I started writing for my high school newspaper, I was worried that I would not succeed. However, after publishing my first piece, my faculty sponsor pulled me to the side and told me that she saw my potential. She helped me learn to communicate my ideas and creativity through structure and diligence. I worked harder, payed closer attention, and, most importantly, I believed in my potential to succeed. As a senior, I was chosen as the editor-in-chief. Although I had already realized my love for writing, I discovered the importance of mastering the structure and mechanics of writing. I felt a big and new responsibility be rested on my shoulders. Yet, rather than collapse under its weight, I strengthened myself and learned how to carry a heavy load. I met with writers one-on-one, edited countless articles, met with my sponsors daily, held staff meetings every week, and managed to finalize 6-12 pieces for publication every other week. Although I deeply cared about the publication itself, the feeling of helping others improve their writing--watching their ideas flow and helping them bring them to the page with greater clarity--was an experience that I will never forget. My passion for the English language--writing, literature, grammar--coupled with my commitment to helping children see their potential--urged me to pursue tutoring further. Ultimately, I hope to become a professor of English. Howeve


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Rhodes College
English

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Corporate Training

Grammar,

Grammar

I served as the editor in chief of my school newspaper during which I mentored a staff of over 40 high school students as well as edited and finalized a new edition every other week. Through taking on this responsibility, I dramatically strengthened my editing skills, making common errors light up on the page for me. Additionally, it improved my ability to communicate these errors to the writer herself and explain how these errors can be avoided easily in the future. I’m addition to this experience, I held an editorial intern position with High Ground News Memphis during which I copy edited for my editor every week as well as pitched and published my own series.
Proofreading

Elementary Education

Grammar,

Grammar

I served as the editor in chief of my school newspaper during which I mentored a staff of over 40 high school students as well as edited and finalized a new edition every other week. Through taking on this responsibility, I dramatically strengthened my editing skills, making common errors light up on the page for me. Additionally, it improved my ability to communicate these errors to the writer herself and explain how these errors can be avoided easily in the future. I’m addition to this experience, I held an editorial intern position with High Ground News Memphis during which I copy edited for my editor every week as well as pitched and published my own series.
Reading, Spelling, Vocabulary

English

ACT English,

ACT English

ACT English score- 35. ACT Reading score- 33.
English,

English

Quill and Scroll Honor Society member
Grammar,

Grammar

I served as the editor in chief of my school newspaper during which I mentored a staff of over 40 high school students as well as edited and finalized a new edition every other week. Through taking on this responsibility, I dramatically strengthened my editing skills, making common errors light up on the page for me. Additionally, it improved my ability to communicate these errors to the writer herself and explain how these errors can be avoided easily in the future. I’m addition to this experience, I held an editorial intern position with High Ground News Memphis during which I copy edited for my editor every week as well as pitched and published my own series.
Writing,

Writing

ACT English: 34 ACT Reading: 33
Literature, Proofreading, Reading, Spelling, Vocabulary

History

American History, World History

Homeschool

English,

English

Quill and Scroll Honor Society member
Writing,

Writing

ACT English: 34 ACT Reading: 33
Reading, Spelling

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English,

English

Quill and Scroll Honor Society member
Writing,

Writing

ACT English: 34 ACT Reading: 33
Reading

Summer

Writing,

Writing

ACT English: 34 ACT Reading: 33
Reading

Test Preparation

ACT English

ACT English

ACT English score- 35. ACT Reading score- 33.

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$40/hour

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$40/hour

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