I earned my BA in English Literature from UCLA with a GPA of 3.5, and I have 4-5 years of experience tutoring English at both the high school and the college level. I offer reading and writing assistance and have also served as an editor for college admission letters.
Cost is $20 an hour, but I can be somewhat flexible as I remember what it was like to be a poor college student.
Email me if you have any questions.
All I've gotten back is a bunch of nonsense written in horrible English (they could obviously use a tutor, but I'm not much for tutoring scam artists) telling me that _____ lives in the UK and his/her son/daughter will be in Baltimore for three months and ____ would like me to tutor his/her son/daughter four times a week and he/she will arrange for a driver to deliver the son/daughter to my apartment for tutoring.
Finding it hard to believe that anyone would want to drive from Baltimore to Denver every other day for a $20 tutoring session. What I can't understand is what these scam artists get from sending out these fake emails. Is there some kind of fetish for faking responses on Craigslist? "Scamophilia," perhaps?
(By the way, if anyone has a friend who wants either an English tutor or a proofreader, send 'em my way. I don't believe I'll be getting anything good from Craigslist.)