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How to Write: Your College Admissions Essay
Let's Write Your College Application Essays (Private Ongoing)
One-on-one guided support for students who need help writing and proofreading their essays and applications for college and scholarships.
Ms. Scott, M.Ed
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Once per week
learner per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
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This course is a great follow-up for students who have started or are ready to start applying for colleges and/or scholarships. I'm here to help students prepare their essays and applications from the researching stage through to submission. I will read their essays and applications, proofread them, and give them suggestive feedback to help them have a clear, cohesive, compelling and persuasive essay and/or application. Students will also get general information on the standards and...
Students will develop their writing, develop skills that will enhance their success in education and in life, and be confident when submitting applications and turning in essays.
I am credentialed in the state of California to teach English and other related topics. I was trained in and have taught AVID, a college and career preparation course, to multiple grades. At 13, I started taking night college classes at the local junior college while still in middle school. I graduated with my Associate's Degree less than 1 year after graduating from high school. I transferred to University of California, Davis where I received my Bachelor's Degree at 21 years old. I went on to earn two Masters degrees, one in Education and the other in Film and Televison Production. I have been where these students are many times and I can help them prepare for this next chapter of their lives.
It's most beneficial for students to come to class with work they need assistance with. It's best for that to be done outside of class, but if not, they can do it in class. However, it will take away from the time I have to give them feedback.
A computer or laptop is highly encouraged. A way to write comfortably is necessary. That can be with pen/pencil and paper or using a device. It's not recommended to attend class with a phone or tablet if that is the same device the student will use to do their work. Using a phone or tablet to write there essays or application should only be as a last resort, but it's fine if that's what the student has to do.
Student will see their writing develop and they'll completed work will be proof that they've achieved their intended goal.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
We will utilize multiple websites that list thousands of scholarships available to students 18 or younger as well as multiple websites that allows for researching colleges based on a variety of factors such as state, cost, acceptance rate, etc. If students are interested in learning more about a career they're interested they can spend time looking up a wealth of information from his much it pays and what level of education is required to where and how many jobs there are in the field. They information is listed on the Bureau of Labor and Statistics website. We'll utilize videos, articles and other resources to ensure students get all of their questions answered.
Ms. Scott, M.Ed
Credentialed English Teacher with a Master's degree in Education. College Prep Teacher, Grammar Enthusiast, Self-Esteem Builder and Organization Expert!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
10 total reviews
21 completed classes
Hello there, I'm here to share my expertise with students and prepare them for the responsibilities of Adulting! Something I wish we had more classes about when I was growing up. Expertise and Objectives: I am a credentialed teacher in the state...