I'm a 2014 graduate of the University of Chicago with a degree in English Literature. Don't worry I feel very comfortable working in math and science too! Currently, I'm a professional editor for DC- area publication. I've been tutoring and teaching most of life and I've worked with children of all ages. While in college I tutored a Chinese foreign exchange student in a sociology course, mainly helping her write several essays. (We still talk over Facebook. She recently studied in the UK!) ... [more]
I taught English in a Japanese public high school for a year (06/14 - 0/8-15) I was responsible for creating lessons, making class activities, writing tests, making homework, and grading students homework, tests, and essays. And I graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in English literature.
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I graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in English literature. Because of this academic experience, I read many novels, and wrote many essays. I have a broad knowledge of classic, and contemporary literature. I also have a strong background in reading and writing literary criticism as a result of my degree.
As a writer for student publications, I edited my own and many of my peers articles. I have also edited essays for a Chinese foreign exchange student that I tutored. Finally, as a teacher in Japan I corrected roughly 200 short essays a week for my high level students.
I graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in English literature. Thus, I read many novels, and wrote many essays. As such I have excellent reading comprehension. Additionally, my knowledge of the ACT, and background in teaching (as a substitute teacher, and assistant teacher) give me the experience necessary to help a student on the ACT reading section.
I graduated from the University of Chicago with a degree in English literature. Therefore, I read many novels, and wrote many essays. This training has given me the skills in writing, and proofreading to help a student studying for the ACT. Additionally, I have worked as a writer and editor for several campus publications which has given me even more grammar and editing experience.