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@katefriend
Flag of United States Tahlequah, United States
Member since October, 2012
16 Recommendations

katefriend 

Communication is the key to success. Clear, interesting writing wins you the respect of your readers, whether they are professors or customers. My job is to earn you that respect. I can sell your product. I can help you make the grade. But most importantly, I can make your life easier by becoming your personal writer and editor. Knowing your topic and being able to write about it are two separate skills. Unfortunately, customers and professors don’t care. They will judge you by your writing. The words you use literally determine your success or failure in life. This is where I come in. Think of me as your PR expert on writing. I will help you express yourself in elegant and fluent language so that others will respect what you have to say and give you the grade or business that you deserve. Whether you need guidance on your academic work, elegant English for your business correspondence, or catchy copy for your website, I am here for you.
$35 USD/hr
227 Reviews
7.5
  • 89%Jobs Completed
  • 99%On Budget
  • 100%On Time
  • 36%Repeat Hire Rate

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Experience

Data Entry Clerk

Aug 2004 - Dec 2007 (3 years)

This job consisted of working at the Univeristy of Dallas in multiple capcities. Included among my other duties are: data entry, filing, and administrative assistance.

Education

B.A. in English & B.A. in Classical Philology (Latin)

2003 - 2007 (4 years)

Certifications

Master Level Typist Certificate (2012)

Typing Institute of America

Certificate confirms that I type at an average of 101 words per minute with a 99% accuracy. For confirmation from the Typing Institute of America, please copy/paste the following URL into your web browser:

Publications

Propertius 2.12

This was an excellent English translation of a classical Latin poem, written by Propertius circa 20 B.C., which was accepted for publishing in the academic journal "University Scholar" in the Spring 2007 edition. Propertius' poems are considered as perhaps the most difficult Latin works to translate accurately due to his unconventional use of the Latin language.

Exams

  • Freelancer Orientation
    85%
  • UK English 1
    98%
  • Academic Writing 2
    88%
  • US English Level 3
    93%

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