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B.A. from Texas Tech University (History)
Texas Tech school of law (Graduate Coursework)
I am a former law student and a graduate of Texas Tech University with a Bachelors in History with a minor in Philosophy. During this time I learned how to write very good essays, and I can pass the best tips and tricks on to you, as well as help you to understand what the professors want to see. I have experience with critical and persuasive writing, all the way from 1-2 page reports all the way up to 10+ page research papers. I can provide feedback and examples of how best to compose an essay to maximize the results.
I can also help with general study habits as well as proofread essays. My expertise lies in crafting essays that will help to improve your grade in classes based on writing anything from a short essay to a research paper. I know all the tips and tricks to organizing essays in the way that demonstrates your knowledge to the professors. I also am able to help with general history tutoring. With my background in history I studied everything from the Crusades to the American Civil Rights Movement. I know what professors tend to look for and how to help study for tests in a variety of different topics.
I have a vast amount of experience writing essays and know how to structure essays as well as what the professors look for when they are grading an essay.
I have a large background in history, and know what the professors are looking for when they are grading essay based tests, as well as the study habits that help with history tests.
Please contact me with any questions you may have to learn more and schedule lessons. I am a former law student and a graduate of Texas Tech University with a Bachelors in History with a minor in Philosophy. During this time I learned how to write very good
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