Peggy Sue Wood has an educational background is in English literature (BA and MA), creative writing (BFA), and publishing (Certification from NYU). Her teaching experience comes from her work as a Graduate Teaching Assistant during her final semester as a graduate student at Chapman University and from tutoring her nieces and nephews through their high school years to college applications amounting to over six years of experience.
She primarily works as a freelance editor and writer with close to two years of experience in the professional field of editing, with many services falling under that category. In regards to tutoring, Peggy offers a varied list of English, writing, and literary-based help from addressing issues with critical to creative writing. She can also assist with helping to review college admissions writings, resume/CV building, and portfolio construction. You can view her work on www.peggysuewood.com, where she has collected samples of her academic and creative writing skills, as well as a taste of her educational background and other services.
Peggy is passionate about helping students who are college-focused, however young they may be, and those already in university. Proof of that is her book, "College 101: What I Wish I'd Been Told," which she wrote as a student and annually updates (link below). She wants to help her students achieve their goals of graduating and getting into the school of their dreams!
Book: "College 101: What I Wish I'd Been Told" https://www.wattpad.com/story/167435057-college-101-what-i-wish-i%27d-been-told
I liked working with Peggy because she was very sweet. She asked really good questions about my writing that brought up my essays strengths. One of the things that I really liked about her, was how she gave constructive criticism about my writing flaws and made suggestions that helped me perfect my essay writing in a friendly manner that was supportive. Overall, I would recommend working with Peggy.
The first meeting/phone call, either with the student or with parents, is to discuss goals—grade improvement, college admissions, etc. We discuss the kind of services their looking for, and create a regular meeting schedule or plan for 2-3 test visits to see if my teaching works for the student. If the student and I work well together and progress, we can move forward on discussing a regular schedule.
*Consultation calls or in-person meetings: $25.00/hour (the first consultation is free).
*In NO way will I write a paper for you/your student. My services are assistance based only. I may edit, I may suggest revisions too, I may also help plan and revise your student's essays, but I will NOT write a submission or homework assignment for your student.
I have worked with high school and college students. Both in preparing for college and in adjusting to collegiate academic standards.
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