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Baylor University (English)
I worked as a tutor at my high school for one semester before I left for college. I have one novel published and am currently in the process of writing a second one. I have always loved English and Literature classes and want to help others come to understand and love it as well.
I enjoy sitting down and getting to know the students that I work with, as I feel that this allows them to trust me and will lead to them listening to the advice that I give them in our tutoring sessions. I am a very outgoing individual and will always be happy to help a student looking to better their education and understanding.
I was editor-in-chief of my high school newspaper. I work as a freelance writer. I was president of the Literary Club in high school and am a member of Quill and Scroll.
I helped found the literary club in our school, as well as the newspaper. I was historian for the Literary club before I became president by election the following year. I am currently studying English at Baylor University.
I worked as a tutor at my high school for one semester before I left for college. I have one novel published and am currently in the process of writing a second one. I have always loved English and … Read more
My rates are negotiable within reason.
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