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Sumita C.

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Sumita is in the doctoral program in English at Emory University, a Wellesley College alumna, a working writer, and the assistant poetry editor of AGNI Magazine.

  • Loves helping her students become invested in themselves and find their own academic passions
  • Extensive experience studying and tutoring all listed academic subjects, as well as taking and tutoring all listed standardized tests
  • Currently in doctoral program in English at Emory University; BA in English and creative writing from Wellesley College (magna cum laude, departmental honors)

Academic Biography

Sumita is currently in the doctoral program in English at Emory University and holds a BA in English and creative writing from Wellesley College. Her interdisciplinary research primarily addresses poetry. At Emory, she has TAed and taught courses in American literature and in composition, and has undergone pedagogical training. She has tutored K-12 students on a variety of humanities subjects and standardized tests for over a decade; she was also a peer tutor at Wellesley for the English department and for the Writing Program, and she has been a volunteer instructor with multiple other organizations teaching a range of students, including adult learners.

Personal Biography

In addition to studying and teaching English and writing, Sumita is a working writer (poetry and criticism) and editor (assistant poetry editor, AGNI Magazine). She loves all things art and media, is a fervent Patriots fan, and played piano for fourteen years.



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Available in Cambridge
Subjects Available
English
SAT Prep
SSAT/ISEE Prep (UL)
TOEFL
History (American)
Literature
History (World)
Expository Writing
Essay Editing
English as a Second Language (ESL)

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