College Writing Prep offers college-bound students with one-to-one, personalized instruction in the critical thinking and writing skills necessary for college writing success. We go well beyond college application assistance and writing test prep to provide ...read more...
College Writing Prep offers college-bound students with one-to-one, personalized instruction in the critical thinking and writing skills necessary for college writing success. We go well beyond college application assistance and writing test prep to provide students with the cognitive and rhetorical skills they will need to survive the rigorous �expectations and requirements of college writing. Students receive individual instruction on text analysis, strategic essay planning, content organization and development, and effective revising, editing, and proofreading strategies. �Overall, we get students in their write minds for college success! History Established in 2011. College Writing Prep was created out of the need for incoming college freshmen to be better prepared for college-level writing. As a college writing instructor for 12 years, Melissa Hudler, the founder of College Writing Prep, has experienced this first-hand with the majority of her freshman writing students. They come to her class with very limited writing experience, very limited or no critical thinking ability, and unable �to develop their ideas and clearly articulate them. In many cases, freshmen come to college with debilitating “facts” about writing. These factors create in students a lack of confidence, anxiety, and a defeatist attitude. Out of the obvious need for better college thinking and writing preparation, College Writing Prep was established.
About The Provider:
The owner of College Writing Prep has taught college writing and literature for 12 years, trains college writing tutors, and blogs about the teaching and learning of writing (Writing Matters blog at www.collegewritingprep.com). The owner has also participated in numerous teaching, critical thinking, and assessment workshops and is a certified faculty learning community developer. She is currently writing her dissertation on forms of corporeal rhetoric in Renaissance literature.