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Tutor profile: Emily H.

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Emily H.
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Subject: Writing

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What experience have you had writing?

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Emily H.
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I have had experience both as an undergraduate student and now professionally writing across many genres and using different tactics to be most impactful for the targeted audience.

Subject: Study Skills

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If you are in three different classes and understand there will be both a midterm and final for both, along with two smaller presentations, how will you pace yourself and best prepare for all of these priorities?

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Once the due dates are established, it is crucial to map them out on a calendar and realistically understand how much time will be necessary for each. By spacing out the studying and preparation, none of the deadlines will require last minute cramming.

Subject: English

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Nathaniel Hawthorne uses symbolism throughout "The Scarlet Letter". Which example of symbolism spoke most strongly to you and why?

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The most striking use of symbolism in "The Scarlet Letter" is Hester's choice of name for her daughter. Not unlike pearls in the ocean, Pearl in this text was created a type of friction and although the process of development was difficult, the end result was a beautiful Pearl for Hester after enduring the shame of her scarlet A.

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