...Each student is different and my commitment is to motivate them to learn a new language and the benefits of being bilingual. I like to be a tutor because I help students realize their own potential and see their grades and scores improve. I specialize in tutoring Spanish for success in this subject.
Allen, TXView Tutor
...There are countless patterns in history and we will find similarities in the way people thought and lived, no matter the time period or place. You can even find common themes in today's society that people in Europe experiences a long time ago. An important thing to keep in mind is that you don't have to be the fastest reader to be a good reader.
Coppell, TXView Tutor
...Well, first, my passion for the topic. A dear friend once said, "you learn the topic better when you are passionate about it." I want my students to enjoy the topic, to have fun learning the subject even though perhaps it's the most tedious task. Second, I do not want a "tutor-to-student" lecture experience.
Dallas, TXView Tutor
A recent Baylor University magna cum laude graduate, I have degrees in Economics, Political Science, and History through the University Scholars Program, and will be attending the University of Texas School of Law in the fall. I specialize in the humanities, essay writing, anything SAT related, and...
Plano, TXView Tutor
...This is very confusing for foreign-language speakers. Then we continue with the present, past, and future tenses of the 16 most used verbs. Verbs are the core in any language, and it happens to be that it is the most difficult thing to learn/teach in the Spanish language; that is why I emphasize in verbs.
Garland, TXView Tutor