I graduated from Ross S. Sterling High School, Class of 2008, where I took almost all of the Advanced Placement classes they offered. From there I attended and graduated from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Class of 2012, with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. I was initially in the College of Engineering, so I have had my fare share of math classes. All four years that I attended the University of Michigan, I also played Division 1 Varsity Water Polo; I am very good at managing time, and I can help others manage their time among homework, studying, and miscellaneous activities. I am now currently enrolled at the University of Houston, Clear Lake, where I am working towards my Masters in Criminology.
My mathematical education: In 8th grade I took Pre-AP Algebra 1 and in high school I took Pre-AP Geometry, Pre-AP Algebra 2, Pre-AP Pre Calculus, AP Calculus BC and AP Statistics and in College I took Calculus 1 and Calculus 2.
My English education: In high school I took Pre-AP Freshman and Sophomore English and AP Junior and Senior English and Basic College English.
My Psychology education: I did not take in high school education classes, but as it was my major in College I have taken plenty of Psychology classes. I have taken Intro to Psychology, Social Psychology, Psychological Research Methods, Positive Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Talking Minds - Psycholinguistics, Psychology of Language, Science Perception and Reality. I also took two classes, Criminology and Sociological Perspective of Crime, which were sociology classes cross-listed with psychology.
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