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"I tutored students in high school for two years, and teach a wide range of topics. I am a Pre-Medical Student and have a degree in French and Biology from Washington University in St. Louis. I love approaching material from various angles, incorporating different teaching styles, and focus on understanding of concepts as the basis for success."
- Washington University in St. Louis - BA, French and Biology
Tutoring Subjects:Algebra, Microbiology, Biology, Chemistry, French, MCAT, Elementary Math, ACT, ACT Science, ACT Math, ACT English, Organic Chemistry, Middle School Math, Physiology, Physics, Geometry, ACT Reading
"I am a Wash U grad working in clinical research at the School of Medicine. Although my undergraduate studies were in Anthropology and International Studies, doing fieldwork for my thesis on the cultural barriers to reducing disease transmission in rural India is what really got me into medicine and allowed me to have one of my first full-time teaching experiences tutoring village students in English. I loved teaching and working with students and think learning should always be engaging and fun. Going to a university like Wash U with an emphasis on liberal arts coursework taught me the importance of a well-rounded education so although ...
- Washington University in St. Louis - BA, Anthropology, International Studies
Tutoring Subjects:Reading, College Essays, Writing, French, Essay Editing
"I am a graduate student in history at the University of Missouri - St. Louis. I can tutor in nearly all aspects of writing; from research papers to college admissions essays and everything in between, writing with skill and style has never been more critical to success in academics and in life. Additionally, I can help with study and research skills/organization, reading comprehension, and test preparation."
- Webster University - B.A., History (Minors: French, Philosophy)
- University of Missouri - St. Louis - M.A., History - Europe & Transnational
Tutoring Subjects:History, Writing, Grammar and Mechanics, French, College Essays, German, Essay Editing
"I am a PhD candidate in medieval history at Saint Louis University. I received my BA in linguistics from UMass Amherst and my MA in history from Louisiana Tech. I was previously a Latin teacher at the high school and college levels and now occasionally teach history at SLU. I can help with students who are having difficulty in any area of social studies. My focus is on pre-modern Europe (Greece, Rome, middle ages, Renaissance, Reformation,) but I am more than competent in modern European and US history."
- UMass Amherst - BA, Linguistics
- LA Tech - MA, History
- State Certified Teacher
Tutoring Subjects:College Essays, Economics, Algebra, Writing, Essay Editing, Pre-Calculus, Middle School Math, Phonics, Reading, GRE, French, Latin, History, Geometry, Grammar and Mechanics
"Bonjour! I am an enthusiastic second year teacher and recently certified in French K-12. I have spent time in France both as a student in the south of France and also working in western France for seven months in 2009-2010. While I'm well versed in French, I'm also well versed in teaching as I'm finishing up my Masters in Secondary Education (M.Ed) in May 2013. I am patient, approachable and I work hard to break down difficult grammar concepts so that they make sense."
- University of Iowa - BA, Linguistics and French
- University of Missouri St. Louis - MEd, Secondary Education in French
Tutoring Subjects:French, Middle School Math
"I am a current Undergraduate student at Washington University in St. Louis, double-majoring in French and European Studies, with a minor in the Humanities. I am fluent in English, Spanish and French. I have been tutoring languages for about a year and a half."
- Washington University in St. Louis - BA, French
- Washington University in St. Louis - BA, International/Area Studies
Tutoring Subjects:French, Writing, Spanish
"I tutored high school students for two years, and teach a wide range of topics. I am a Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology major at Washington University in St. Louis and am a National Merit Scholar. I love teaching material through a wide range of approaches, and focus on building a thorough understanding of concepts."
- Washington University in St. Louis - BA, Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology
Tutoring Subjects:SAT, ACT Science, Microbiology, Geometry, ACT Reading, Grammar and Mechanics, Essay Editing, Reading, Elementary Math, Pre-Calculus, ACT English, Writing, Chemistry, Anatomy, Biology, SAT Writing, SAT Math, SAT Verbal, College Essays, ACT Math, PSAT, Algebra, Trigonometry, Physiology, Physics, Calculus, Middle School Math, ACT Writing, ACT, French
"Tutoring is an opportunity to make an impact on somebody's life. When I see my students overcome barriers, progress in an area they felt they were weak in, or excel to new levels, I feel a deep satisfaction that I have made a small difference in their lives. I started tutoring during my undergraduate degree when I worked for the Modern Language Department at Oral Roberts University. The Foreign Language professors chose me to work and tutor students in their department when they saw how I could easily pinpoint the specific difficulties and shortcomings the students had in their subject area and subsequently devise a plan to develop ...
- Oral Roberts University - BA, International Relations
- Washington University - MA, International Affairs
Tutoring Subjects:Writing, Reading, Grammar and Mechanics, Phonics, French, Essay Editing, College Essays, Spanish
"Teaching is something that I truly enjoy, and I love finding new ways to engage and inspire my students. I have extensive volunteer experience; I taught an ESL class for adults while living in New Orleans; at the end of the term, 100% of my regularly attending students elected to sign up for more classes. I am a recently returned Peace Corps Volunteer; I spent over a year working in a small school in Namibia (Southern Africa) teaching English, Math, and Computer Skills in a resource-poor environment. I am enthusiastic and creative, and am constantly scanning the latest pedagogical literature to keep abreast of current teaching theories." ...
- Tulane University - BA, Political Economy
Tutoring Subjects:Reading, Writing, French, Middle School Math, GRE, LSAT, PSAT, SAT, Grammar and Mechanics, Biology, SAT Math, SAT Verbal, Phonics, SAT Writing, History, Essay Editing, College Essays
"I have a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and recently moved back to the St. Louis area. With my engineering background, I can help with any level of mathematics up to Calculus, as well as physics, language arts, French, Russian and Latin. While working on my engineering degree, I also taught at an alternative private school, instructing both middle and high school students in a broad range of subjects. My academic and professional background has provided me the skills with which I can help students succeed in the classroom, as well as enable them with homework and study skills that they can take beyond their secondary education ...
- UM St. Louis and Washington University Undergraduate Engineering Program - BS, Civil Engineering
Tutoring Subjects:Essay Editing, Calculus, French, Reading, Writing, Grammar and Mechanics, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Physics, College Essays, Chemistry, Geometry, Differential Equations, Algebra, Computer Science, Economics, Phonics, Elementary Math, Middle School Math, Statistics, History
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