A Plus Tutoring
Academic services for K - adult
Based in Melrose, Mass., just north of Boston, A Plus Tutoring serves students and adults in the surrounding communities, including Saugus,
Malden, Medford, Winchester, Stoneham, Reading, Wakefield and Lynnfield. We can also make arrangements to provide services in other
Massachusetts communities.
6 Eastman Place, Suite 4
Melrose, MA 02176
A Plus Tutoring       6 Eastman Place, Suite 4     Melrose, MA 02176     781-439-4228     academicservices@comcast.net       Website by HN Communications
Her one-to-one essay-writing technique includes:
The personal essay is one of the most important parts of a college
application but it’s also the cause of frustration and stress for many

Jewel Davis of A Plus Tutoring can help.

A college professor, professional writer and tutor with more than 20
years of experience, Jewel provides an easy-to-learn, yet highly
organized, approach to essay writing that has proven to be successful
with college-bound students of all ages.
A Plus Tutoring provides academic services and test preparation
Writing coach
Need help with college essays?
Discussion of important life stories
Choosing the one that feels right
Reviewing the basic structure of the five-point essay
Outlining the most essential points
Writing the introduction, body and conclusion
Second revision
As an experienced teacher and accomplished writer, Jewel can assist students in choosing a topic
that is relevant to the individual, organizing the subject matter, writing skillful prose and making a
definitive statement so that their essays stand out above the rest.

The fee for this service is $750 for three, two-hour essay-writing sessions ($125 per hour).

For additional information, contact A Plus Tutoring at
781-439-4228 or academicservices@comcast.net.
With extensive experience tutoring young writers, Jewel Davis is an expert in virtually all types of
writing, including creative writing, fiction and nonfiction. She has a Masters in Fine Arts Writing
from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and has been a writing professor at NHTI-Concord's Community
College in New Hampshire for the past nine years.

Since 2006, Jewel has written 33 fiction and nonfiction pieces that have been published in literary
magazines. She recently competed her first novel.