The average adult is still learning.
Instruction and tutoring stereotypically bring to mind assisting children or minors with their schoolwork. In truth, it is aiding anyone who needs help learning anything.
It doesn't matter if you never finished high school.
That you have to be smart to attend college is a myth.
As long as you are alive, you can learn.
All you have to do is want it.
Many adults subscribe to learning for a lifetime.
Maybe you earn a good living but have to pass an exam to be promoted, and it's been years since you've been to school.
That's not a concern with me.
You're job hunting. There's a job description for work you would love to do. You meet the requirements, but there's a basic skills test included with the application. The thought of it makes you uncomfortable.
Many times, even people with higher education or a great job need a little help with math or tests. They are not the easiest subjects to master, but success is all about your attitude.
I have had college students needing help with math-based courses, and adult students needing math for professional development or career advancement, i.e., job application exams or promotions. In a few of these situations, I was asked to provide ESL lessons by a student's family member. Other test situations involved the ASVAB, GED, and CBEST.
I hold a BS in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix and an AAS in Electronics Engineering Technology from ITT Technical Institute.
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