About Megan R.Hello! I'm Megan, a native English speaker from the US. I attend college in Massachusetts, where I am currently studying Spanish. In secondary school, I focused primarily on English, writing, and critical reading. As Captain of the writing-intensive Speech & Debate Team, I gained a background in public speaking over the course of 4 years, which I will utilize to assist you with pronunciation and sentence construction. I was also a member of the Moot Court team, which I continue to participate in at the collegiate level. As such, I am qualified in academic and formal writing as well as conversational writing, and I can also assist with research papers and documentation. Over the past 7 years, I have had the pleasure of interacting with native Spanish speakers in my Spanish studies, whom I have often assisted with English. I am qualified to teach vocabulary for a variety of subjects--the basics, as well as more technical scientific and business terms. I will explain homonyms, offer help with commonly confused words, and teach exceptions to grammatical rules. I would especially like to offer my assistance with speaking practice and accent reduction. Credentials: AP English Language and Composition exam: 5, AP English Literature and Composition exam: 5, SAT Critical Reading: 800, SAT Writing: 780, SAT II Literature: 800. The Advanced Placement (AP) Exams are subject-specific exams, sponsored by the CollegeBoard and administered by secondary schools, which gauge a student's qualifications in various disciplines. They are graded on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 indicating "extremely well qualified." The Scholastic Achievement Test (SAT) is a standardized test used for college admissions. It measures verbal aptitude through both critical reading and writing sections. SAT IIs, or SAT Subject Tests, are similar to AP Exams and are used to gauge achievement in a greater range of academic subjects. Both types of tests are scored on a scale of 200-800.