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Kind of like running into someone you’ve not met in a long time, except you are doing so much better than them now.

—Michel B.

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Back in high school, I was the go-to person for homework help in my class. At my university I organized and lead study groups on a weekly basis.

I guess I’m just one of those people who really enjoy school, so tutoring at Studypool while finishing my Masters Program in Literature is an obvious choice. :)

—Jennifer M.

New York University
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I remember back in junior high, I had a really great math teacher.

He took a subject I hated and made it fun and engaging for me. I think that’s what inspired me to become a teacher.

My goal is to make an impact on my students not only academically but in other areas of their lives as well.

—Gavin M.

Brown University