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Washington State University
Hi, I'm Danica!
I just graduated from Washington State University (Go Cougs!) and I want to tutor you! I earned my BA in English and Biology this last May which was a huge accomplishment. I had to work hard to get my degree and I know what it is to struggle in school, but I also know that hard work and perseverance produces results.
I have been a tutor for the last year in the Writing Center at WSU, which is part of one of the leading university writing programs in the country. I have tutored writing for essays and assignments in virtually every subject: from English to biology to business to history. I have worked with a lot of ELL and ESL students and would love to help you out if English is your second language and you need to learn to write well in it.
My strengths are technical/detailed writing and lab reports, but I can also help you tell a story with your writing. Hi, I'm Danica!
I just graduated from Washington State University (Go Cougs!) and I want to tutor you! I earned my BA in English and Biology this last May which was a huge accomplishment. I had to work hard to get my
Danica is an excellent resource who has been extremely helpful this year. She worked hard to tailor her assistance to fit my son's needs. Highly recommended!
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