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Brandeis University (Pre-Med, European)
Howdy! My name's Sarabeth and I'd love to be your tutor. Growing up I was a bookworm that loved art and fiddling around on my computer. My compulsive reading winded up landing me with a perfect Verbal SAT score as well as Double 5's on the AP English tests in High School, plus becoming a National Merit Scholar Finalist.
After attending college in the Northeast and studying abroad in Italy, I moved to Israel in 2008. There, I took a year-long course at an Teachers College in order to learn the skills of private English tutoring. I've tutored for 2 years in Israel, both privately and for a tutoring company, as well as taught college-aged kids as a substitute. I also have tutored in basic computer skills. Since I have studied a wide range of topics (English, Pre-Med, Architecture), I am a versatile tutor and can help you with whatever subject you're interested in. I look forward to helping you on your learning journey!
English nerd, Perfect SAT Verbal Score, Perfect AP English Scores, Bookworm extraordinaire, ESL training
Computer geek, patient with pupils, highly proficient in Microsoft Office
I have a positive attitude and love helping others. If you're willing to put in the effort to learn, I am more than willing to help you get to the next level in your studies. Howdy! My name's Sarabeth and I'd love to be your tutor. Growing up I was a bookworm that loved art and fiddling around on my computer. My compulsive reading winded up landing me
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