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Okay I really didn’t want to do this but here goes.

My name is Neil, and in March the UK Government stopped my Disability Living Allowance, They may be switching me over to PIP but that’ll take at least six weeks from today. I have a condition called Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita, which makes doing certain jobs pretty much impossible for me as a way to earn extra money.

Since March I’ve been working as a Tutor and I’ve been doing some freelance writing.

Right now I’m living hand to mouth, I could just about afford rent with my jobs paying out, but at this moment jobs are few and far between. At the moment I have £20 to my name, my phone bill coming out tomorrow that’ll be wiped out.

I usually don’t like to do this but if you can help in some small way I would be so grateful. If you know of anyone who needs a proofreader, or a tutor for Mathematics and Science, please point them my way.

If you can afford some small donation so I don’t get hit with monster bank charges next month and be able to do some small food shop, I’d basically die from the kindness of strangers and I’ll try and make things square when I can.

Thank you for reading this.

5 Statements to NEVER put in your Personal Statement
  • “I don’t have much experience or knowledge of this, but…”
  • “I want to pursue this degree because I really want to make a lot of money.”
  • “I had bad grades, but…”
  • “I want to change the world.”
  • “I am not really sure about what to do but I think this is a good next step.”

There’s always exceptions, but as a general rule never admit any fault or inadequacies in your personal statement. If you have bad grades, admissions will see your transcript. So instead of dwelling on it in the personal statement take the space to talk about your accomplishments!

Avoid cliche’s like “I want to change the world” or “I love to help people!” Cliche’s are boring and say nothing about you. They give the impression that you don’t really know what you want or why you’re applying to the program. 

Don’t act unsure. You should give off the impression that you know exactly why you’re applying, what you’ll benefit from the program, and what they’ll benefit from adding you to the roster. You should also act like you know what you want to do after the program. By acting like you have a plan you look more favorable during the application cycle. 

DM us if you need help with your personal statement! 

Math Tutoring

Actually, I do have a talent! Math! (I know, nerd alert).

Need some help with that college algebra, calculus II, differential equations, AP calc, algebra II, etc? I’m your person! I tutored someone who had failed college algebra 4 times, and after studying with me, she got a B! I can help you turn that failing grade into a passing grade.

I’m a senior in college getting my BS in mathematics (with a minor in astronomy), and I need money. You need a teacher who gives a fuck. Let’s help each other!

Classes I’ve taken in high school: Algebra I and II, precalc, geometry, AP calc

Classes I’ve taken in college: Precalc, Calc I, II, and III, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Advanced Calculus, Number Theory, Intro to Modern Algebra and Number Theory

Currently taking: Intro to Real Analysis

I’ve gotten A’s in most of these classes, B’s in the rest because of depression and procrastination, not cuz I didn’t understand (Advanced Calc I didn’t understand, but I get it now, so I got you).

And when I say I give a fuck, I give a fuck. I will help you study for tests, I will explain a concept to you until I’m positive you understand it the best you can, and I will celebrate with you when you pass your test (if you got test anxiety, I can’t help you there, but I’ll make certain you know the stuff you need to).

Fees start at $15 an hour, but will go down to $10 an hour if you need me for more than 4 hours a week. I get how much you fucking hate math. That hate shouldn’t be on your transcript, though.

And if you need help in a class that I have yet to take, message me the class title and the subject you’re having difficulty with, and I’ll see if I can still help you out. If I can’t, I’ll apologize and move you along.

p.s. I’ll likely need to freshen up on the subject you need help with because math fades if you don’t practice it, but the time I spend relearning certain skills will not be included in your billed time.

Please reblog this post. I’m sure I can help you.

ID #61716

Name: Matthew
Age: 19
Country: USA

Hello everyone! I just found this website and thought it was interesting so I guess I’ll give it a shot and try it out.

A little bit about me:
I’m a sophomore (2nd year) college student studying Physics with a concentration in Astronomy (though my area of study may change) and I’m looking to work as a tutor. Although I’m studying science (and loving it!), I hold an immense appreciation and interest in the arts. I love to write and play music, and I do some freelance photography and visual art (though I’m still in the process becoming good at drawing and stuff). I also like reading, cartoons, anime/manga, k-dramas, documentaries, youtube videos/culture, nerd culture, meaningful conversations about politics/philosophy/culture/mental health/etc., grunge/hipster aesthetics, sarcasm, veganism, poorly written fanfictions, gay fluff, animals, beanies, tea, etc. idk I like a lot of things.

I’m sort of in the middle of this journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance and I’m constantly looking for things that help me learn more about myself and grow. I keep a notebook of things that I want to learn about, shows that I want to watch, things that I want to do, etc.. I always thought that there was something intrinsically charming about having a pen pal so I guess that’s what drew me to put this out there. I also don’t have a social life *laugh cries*

So basically, I’m looking for an email friend who wants to make a meaningful connection with someone else through meaningful conversations. We can talk about anything you’d like! I just want to meet and connect with genuine people on a personal level. I might be willing to contact through physical/snail mail, but I’m not sure yet. I know a limited amount of Spanish, and I know a few words in German and Japanese, but I’m only fluent in English (just fyi).

Preferences: Preferably, I’d like to talk with people around my age (so maybe around 17-22) and people who are comfortable talking in English, but if you’d like to talk, feel free to contact me! I’m accepting to people of all backgrounds, genders, sexualities, etc. and I’d prefer to talk with people who share that acceptance.

School AU. Will Solace supposes that maybe he should have taken into studying more seriously because getting stuck on tutoring classes with students that, no offense, he obviously won’t be getting along with is not his idea of fun.

That is until another student walked in, folder in his hands and a scowl in his face before not so happily slamming the folder on the table.

“Seems like I have no choice but try and tutor all of you. So really, thanks a lot you asshats! And by the way, welcome to this hellhole” The boy smiled evily that Will can only swallow his own saliva as a response and yet, he silently thought the boy is actually hot.

Or the au where Will Solace is the popular kid that isn’t really as confident as people assumed and Nico di Angelo is that one student who is so much more than he lets on.

Hey y'all I’m going to make this short: I cut it really close with my bills this month and I’m going to have ~2$ left until the 31st, so if y'all could help a poor jewish transbian out my PayPal is paypal.me/MaxFarrell I’m trying to make up 30$ for food and gas I’d really appreciate it, and as always if you donate anything I’ll help you out with any code you’re struggling with!

The Art of Studying

Use these expert tips to maximize your productivity in school!

1. Create a calming, peaceful, clean space for yourself to study. This space can be in your room, in the kitchen, at a library, at school, at a park, at a café – anywhere you feel comfortable and safe.

2. Keep your books, notes, and homework organized. Organization is crucial to academic success. 

3. Set feasible, short-term goals for every study session to boost confidence and efficiency.

4. Annotate all of your reading materials. Underline, highlight, and circle to increase retention. 

5. Always check your work and read out loud to minimize typos, grammatical errors, and bad syntax. 

6. Make color-coded flash cards for every unit in your class. 

7. Minimize distractions: time yourself for forty minute chunks during which your phone is off and your computer is away.

8. Take a break for ten minutes after every forty minutes of studying to walk, stretch, and take your eyes off your study materials. 

9. Start studying by talking out your answers to the topics. This boosts your confidence and retention.

10. Draw concept maps to see how different topics are interconnected.

11. Read out loud to yourself from course materials before going to bed to increase retention.

12. When you’re revising your writing, save every draft so you don’t lose any ideas.

13. Listen to quiet instrumental music to regulate blood pressure and reduce stress. 

anonymous asked:

Hey I'm working on a story where the best student of this college class has to help this other student pass. There are two problems she has about this though: one, he's seems to be the type of guy good girls should stay away from, and two, they don't like each other. At all. I was wondering if could help me with some dialogue prompts. Please?

I will certainly try! 

1. “Is there seriously NO ONE ELSE who could help me?”

“Afraid not, Princess. Guess you’re stuck with me.”

2. “Don’t start. I know what they say about you, you know?”

“Really? That’s funny, ‘cause I know what they say about you, too. I prefer what they say about me.””

3. “Listen, I don’t care about any of this, but you do. If you want me to help you, stop picking fights and let me help you.”

“Well, aren’t you a gentleman?”

4. “I didn’t ask for this any more than you did, okay?”

“… Then why are you here?”

5. “I don’t want to talk about it.”

“What you just did-”

“What? It doesn’t fit into your ‘useless human being’ image of me?”

“I never said-”

“You didn’t have to.”

6. “I’m sorry for… Everything. Can we call a truce, and get back to tutoring?”

“Nothing to be sorry for. I deserved it.”

7. “So, I guess… This is it.”

“Yeah. See you around, Princess.”

I hope these helped!!!

They say that a good tutor teaches content adequately, but a great teacher can motivate their students to learn. I think this over here, is a candidate for the BEST teacher? Am I right, boys? ;) 

Enjoy your maths tutoring. I’m sure you’ll improve with a queen as assertive as this! 

More of my original posts here:

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Imagine the Doctor tutoring you (actual you, not an OC, your actual real self in life RIGHT NOW) everyday after your classes. Imagine him using his weird words and examples to explain to you science or math, or history, or whatever it is you need help on. Imagine him adding little facts that school doesn’t teach you.

“Yeah well he wasn’t exactly the straightest ruler.”
“Shakespeare? You’re telling me Shakespeare was gay?”
“Well everyone’s gay a little bit. Wouldn’t stop flirting with me.” (;D)

(I need this in my life XD)

Tutoring

Requested by: @nebulaeofpie
(Here are the specifics)

Pairing: Reader x Peter Parker
Word Count: 1.7K
Warnings: Fluff

A/N: This is my first time writing Reader x Peter Parker!
Reader is East Indian. Reader and Peter are in grade 11 (I think American’s call it Junior year??) So they’re 16/17.

Keeping your head down, you quietly read through chapter 6 of your physics textbook. You try to ignore the nauseous feeling in your stomach, and the sweat that was pooling in your palms. ‘You’re not in trouble. You’re not in trouble,’ you tell yourself. The sound of someone softly clearing their throat makes you jump. Looking up, you almost fall out of your seat. Your crush, Peter Parker, was standing in front of you, a wide grin on his face. You feel your cheeks growing hot and quickly duck your head down, trying to hide behind your hair.

“Uh, hi,” Peter says excitedly, “I-I’m Parker. Uh, Peter! I’m Peter Parker,” he rushes out, stumbling over his words. You definitely know who he is, but you didn’t want to come across as creepy,

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