As far as my experience goes I am a high school graduate and am currently attending Pulaski Technical College pursuing my CCNA in Computer Networking. However I have always been an exceptional student, I was in gifted and talented throughout elementary and junior high. Around this time I became obsessed with computers and everything associated with them. So in high school in addition to taking AP classes, I also began taking college level CCNA courses that were offered there and graduated at sixteen. I attended a couple universities before deciding that computer networking was what I really loved, which is how I ended up at Pulaski Tech. When it comes to tutoring methods the only experience I have is family and friends. I have always been known as "The Nerd" in my circle, which I consider a compliment. I've been tutoring family and friends and their children since the age of 14. I'm proud to say that as a result of my help some family and friends have also graduated and pursued college, who wouldn't have thought of it beforehand. When tutoring people the methods that I use are first and foremost patience; I understand how difficult some subjects can be to learn so I try to be as patient as possible while also being repetitive. Repetition is the key when learning a difficult subject. I have realized that while some people learn from hearing things repeatedly, others learn from seeing and writing things repeatedly. There are many ways to help someone who has difficulty learning new and hard subjects and I feel as if I'm the perfect person to help. Specifically when it comes to basic computer skills and knowledge, but also with reading, writing, vocabulary, spelling and some math.
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