Eliza Chute
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After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 2010, I moved to rural Cambodia where I conducted a research project on the effect of support groups on women’s health and sanitation habits. Following that, I spent two years in Chiang Mai, Thailand, running a training program on human rights and the environment for activists from Myanmar. Following my time in Thailand, I moved back to Cambodia where I worked with a start up micro investment firm, training budding social entrepreneurs on how to turn their business idea into a reality. I’ve spent the last year studying for the GMAT and LSAT and then using my skills to help students achieve their goal score through tutoring and blogging.

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Teaching vs Tutoring

Posted on March 11, 2015 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

I was a teacher for two years.  I taught human rights to adults from Myanmar.  I have recently transitioned into tutoring and am currently a GMAT Tutor.   In some ways, I like it better, because I get to give such personalized attention.  On the other hand I do miss the energy of classroom discussions.  Each has different benefits for both the teachers and students, so I wanted to take the time to compare…


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