Hi! I have been a registered tutor for 15 years. I am good with kids, teens, as well as adults. I have experience working with disabled individuals as well. I'm friendly, sincere and patient. I believe that everyone is smart; they may just not have tapped in to their brilliance or may not have been challenged. I think learning to read is the basic fundamental of all learning, and should be practiced every day! If you can read well, you have it in you to master most any subjects. And even if y... [more]
Having good grammar is one of the main building blocks to good writing, good speech, etc. Just wanting to improve your grammar is the very first step needed to improve all your communications.
Reading is the most fundamental of all the subjects. Learning to read is necessary to function in the world today, and improving your reading [thru practice and the study of words in general] can make reading more rewarding and enjoyable.
Writing is a vitally important part of communication. Once you begin to learn certain aspects of good writing you have begun to learn how to communicate better.
In my view, learning English is highly important. It not only helps us to communicate better but it can often lead us to bigger and better things! When one learns to excel in the subject of English, it often lays the groundwork for a brighter future, by improving our communications!
Over the years, learning Psychology has really helped me to understand people better. I have more patience with others as well as myself. The study of people and why they do the things that they do--the way they do them is--fascinating to me!
It has been a more than a few years since I studied for the GRE, but I feel that I would be of help to someone currently studying for this.
Preparing for the SAT reading test will not only help you in the subject of Reading, but will help to improve your study skills which is useful now and throughout your life.
I have a Master's degree in counseling-psychology. I worked with special needs adults during my undergrad internship. I currently work with a special needs adult on improving her living skills.
I feel that I am qualified to tutor in this area because I am very accomplished in the speech area: I took several speech courses throughout college, have had a couple professional speaking engagements and have given dozens of speeches over the years.