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I just finished a very rigorous differential equations course at my university, earning an A in the process. Although it is a complicated subject, I understand the material quite well and have already helped quite a few students learn the material. I also use the math involved for some of my other classes, so it is not material I will forget.
I earned a 5 on the AP English Language and Composition examination two years ago and also earned an A in the corresponding class as well as all other English and history subjects in high school. I frequently write scientific papers for publication, and I also proofread my research team's work before it is submitted. I know the rules of English grammar quite well, and I am very good at structuring and expressing my thoughts in a coherent manner.
I took private flute lessons for eight straight years. In that time, I won every local flute competition for five years by playing extremely difficult flute literature. I was also a member of a local student orchestra for five years, and I managed to make the top level of the orchestra in that time. I played in my elementary and middle school band and participated in marching band as well as the school band in high school. I have also taught several friends how to play the flute. My forte is teaching good, basic flute techniques that aren't necessarily taught in a band setting, where most beginning flute students learn.
I have always been fascinated by the countries of the world, and from kindergarten to fifth grade, I had to memorize the location of every single country in the world. I remember everything except some of the smaller countries like St. Kitts and Nevis.
I earned a 5 on the AP English Language and Composition examination two years ago, which includes an extensive grammar and proofreading section. I also earned an A in the writing heavy classes in high school - English, math, and science. I frequently write scientific papers for publication, and I also proofread my research team's work before it is submitted. To do/have done all of this, I have to know English grammar quite well.
I graduated from high school with a 4.0 GPA in a college preparatory curriculum, so I have covered all the material necessary to pass a GED. In addition, I have tutored many students in every major subject area - math, science, history, and English - and all of them have succeeded in improving their understanding of the material as well as their grades.
I have used Microsoft Word ever since I was seven years old, when I was learning how to type. I am familiar with all of the editions since then - I currently use Microsoft Word 2010, which is not too different from Microsoft Word 2007. I am also very familiar with Microsoft Word 2003 and the ones before that with the .doc system as opposed to the .docx.
I have taken both semesters of organic chemistry at the university level, and I earned an A in both semesters. I understand and enjoy the material quite well, and I have already tutored two other students in the subject materials. In addition, in my research lab, I have to use my knowledge from organic chemistry every day whenever I devise and test new methods to synthesize palladium nanoparticles.
I took private lessons for eleven years in piano and got quite proficient in it. I also won a local award for piano playing under my instructor six years in a row. I can definitely teach piano as I still play on a regular basis, and I have also taught several friends over the years.
I sang in a choir for three years in high school and am currently in one for college. I have also been a part of a church choir since I was five years old, and I took voice lessons for three years until my voice instructor died and there wasn't another one in the area.