6 SAT Writing Tutors Found Near Huntsville, AL

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Evan G.

SAT Writing Tutor

Gurley, AL 35748

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 10 ratings

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Math Help and Test Prep with a National Merit Scholar!

The Writing and Language subtest rounds out your overall Reading and Writing score. Whereas the Reading test feels a bit like a marathon, the Writing portion feels more like a sprint - it's 44 questions in 35 minutes. You'll need to be prepared; as a 760 scorer myself, I can help you understand the concepts you need to master and the game plan you need to have on test day. With a little boost in both your confidence and your grammar skills, we'll make sure you have this side of the test mastered when the time comes. [more]

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Cindy W.

SAT Writing Tutor

Athens, AL 35611

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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English instructor skilled in Composition and Grammar

I have taken a round-about route to arrive at teaching. After working as a lawyer and later a hair stylist, I was blessed with the opportunity to teach speech at Calhoun. I loved teaching so much I returned to graduate school at UAHuntsville to get my master's degree in English, a task I completed in December 2011. I currently work as an adjunct instructor at Columbia State Community College in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. While I love being in the classroom, one of my favorite parts of my job is... [more]

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Stephanie S.

SAT Writing Tutor

Harvest, AL 35749

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.93 41 ratings

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Certified and Highly Qualified Educator for ALL!

With over fifteen years in education, I am very experienced and versatile. I am an All-State Musician, both vocally and instrumentally, and I am highly qualified and licensed to teach in Tennessee and Alabama. I am currently teaching 8th grade physical science and middle school Project Lead the Way Engineering, but I am licensed to teach all core subjects for grades 4th through 8th in Alabama and K-8th in Tennessee. I play tuba, trombone, euphonium, marimba, xylophone, and piano (Tennessee Al... [more]

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Mike W.

SAT Writing Tutor

Athens, AL 35614

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.96 26 ratings

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father of 8 home-schooled teaches math/science/US history/english

I am a published poet, and a member of the Alabama State Poetry Society. I enjoy using the idiosyncrasies of the English language to construct unique structures and visual representations in my literary works. I am also a member of the Rogersville Library Book Club, and am currently working on writing a children's book and two political commentary books. I have a BS degree in Aerospace Engineering, and practical work experience in mechanical systems, some electronics, some optics, and some chemistry. I am currently an organic farmer/gardener, a writer, and active in political processes. My [more]

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SAT Writing Tutor

Athens, AL 35611

Will travel 0 miles

$45 per hour.

4.4 15 ratings



I have tutored the writing section of the SAT exam. Students will learn to rewrite/rephrase sentences in paragraphs, select the appropriate sentences to support a topic, chose the appropriate words to complete sentences within context, insert the appropriate sentences to complete paragraphs, etc. I have more than 40 years of tutoring experience, volunteer and paid. I have tutored students of all ages, kindergarten through college. I enjoy tutoring and helping students understand the materials presented. Once I learn the likes of the student I can make the materials relate to them. They enj [more]

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LaDawn E.

SAT Writing Tutor

Huntsville, AL 35806

Will travel 30 miles

$40 per hour.

4.81 32 ratings

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Tutor for ESL and Students Who "Hate to Write"

In Iowa I taught part-time for ten years at a League for Innovation community college with enrollment of 15,000. While there I found I preferred teaching one-on-one in our writing center, where I could help students with the specific part of the writing process where they were struggling. Sometimes it really is spelling, punctuation and citations (which normally brought them in the door) but more often their writing had bigger problems, like organization, sufficient support for their ideas or... [more]