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"Jenni has an incredible depth of knowledge of both Latin and Greek, reflecting not only her years of experience with both languages, but also a very conce
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This became very apparent when I approached her to help me in what I felt would be a near impossible task: to learn a semester's worth of Ancient Greek in one month, starting from scratch.
Her clarity of explanation, her command of the material, and her professionalism as a tutor and teacher all made that possible, to the point where when I actually showed up to class, I actually found myself ahead of where everybody else was. I had mastered the material so well thanks to her efforts, that on the first test, I achieved a 104% (even got the extra credit mark), much to the impressed amazement of my new professor.
So when I give her this solid review of her skills, it is not to her as a tutor, or even a teacher. It is to her as a professional. Which is what she is in every sense of the word, as an educator, an admirer, and a bonafide inhabitant of the world of classical languages."
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Review by Marshal
"Midway through the semester, I was not doing very well in Pre-Calc. I reached out to Paul and it was the best thing I could have done. Paul has a very ada
ptive and thorough teaching style. He was able to present the material in the best way that I could relate and understand. He loves mathematics and his passion for the skill really shows through. I vastly improved my grade and attribute it to Paul. If your in need of a tutor who greatly understands the subject matter and understands the different learning styles then look no further. I fully intend to continue to utilize Paul's services and so should you!"
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Ahhhh, writers block That lovely occurrence when your train of thought derails, leaving you unable to form a cohesive thought, let alone a cohesive sentence. The belief that every syllable you manage to dredge forth and peck into your laptop is utter garbage. The fear that your brain may start oozing out of your ear from the strain of trying to latch onto a single, legitimate concept. So what should you do when you just get stuck? Do you know how to improve your writing skills? Find inspiratio …
8 Goof-Proof Ways to Beat Writer's Block
Ahhhh, writers block That lovely occurrence when your train of thought derails, leaving you unable to form a cohesive thought, let alone a cohesive sentence. The belief that every syllable you manage to dredge forth and peck into your laptop is utter garbage. The fear that your brain may start oozing out of your ear from the strain of trying to latch onto a single, legitimate concept. So what should you do when you just get stuck? Do you know how to improve your writing skills? Find inspiratio
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Curious about writing creative nonfiction? Get started with these pro tips from Woburn, MA tutor Belynda C...
Creative nonfiction is a difficult genre in terms of development and writing, and yet it is one of the fastest-growing segments of the market in recent years. Memoir and personal essay were once limited to the rich and famous. These days, the Internet has made everyone a potential essayist. If you have a fascinating story to tell about your own life, you may feel daunted
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A+ Tips: How to Write an Essay
Does your stomach drop every time you hear the words "writing assignment"? It is quite common for students to stress over writing papers, but once you learn more about how to write an essay, you will find that there is a method to the madness. Keep calm and get good grades, by following these six easy steps to writing an essay.
Step One: Research
Whatever you plan to write about, it is best to do your research before you start writing your essay. If your essay requires you to quote outside
3 Techniques for Rethinking Test Prep
Have a big test coming up? Don't fret! Rethink the way you prepare with these three helpful tips from Olympia, WA tutor Tali H...
In order to make test prep FUN, you need to - in a sense - forget that what youre learning is test prep. Its all about the outlook, distracting yourself, and actually believing (or finding a way to convince yourself) that what youre learning is worthwhile.
1. The Right Motivation is Key
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