Hi, my name's Jared. I am a college student at LDSBC. I've taken several college level classes including a business computer class and college level math classes. A major theme in my school is "Teach one another" so I've done a lot of group work and helped other students with the subjects that I understand well.
We all have subjects that we're good at and I'd like to help others understand the subjects that come easily to me, or that I have a lot of experience with. I've always enjoyed math and computer science, because I think in a very logic based way. Math can be easy if you take it one step at a time. With practice it becomes easier and easier to notice mathematical patterns. The best way to get better at math is to do math. I love to use math in everyday life.
For some people, computers can be confusing, difficult, or just too much of a hassle. However, in these days it's getting harder to do anything without having to use a computer. I've grown up with and always had an enthusiasm for computers. Learning how to use computers is a skill in and of itself. Most important is to develop basic skills which translate to any program or process on the computer. If you don't have much experience with computers it can be hard at first, but after just a short time things become easier and faster than without a computer. Computer science comes easily to me because I've had practice my whole life. With regular use computers can become easy to use.
Before college I lived in Korea for two years learning the language, spending time with the people, and enjoying the culture. The Korean language like any other asian language can be daunting but with someone experienced to help it can be simple to learn and fun to speak. Korean is a very simple, logical language with very structured grammar. This can make it difficult sometimes because the grammar rules are very strict, but it also makes it very straight forward to learn. Once you can read and you've learned enough words, it's just a matter of putting things in order. Obviously the best way to learn is to speak, so after you've learned a little bit practice is the best way to progress.
I can also help any Koreans learning english as their second language. While in Korea I taught a lot of people of many skill levels.
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