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Saddleback College, CSU Long Beach (Admin -Clinical Medical Assist)
My name is Nghia T. L. I was working for many years as a security officer at John Wayne airport. I have got certificates and licenses in Administrative and Clinical Medical Assisting. I was doing well in all of my classes as a Pre-Nurse/Medical Assisting major. In the past, I did well in all of my Math and English classes in high-school and colleges.
My subject is ESL for Vietnamese speaking students who have limited English vocabulary and weak essay-writing skills. I will using both English and Vietnamese in order to provide understandings more quickly and effectively. I am also able to tutor Algebra 1. My name is Nghia T. L. I was working for many years as a security officer at John Wayne airport. I have got certificates and licenses in Administrative and Clinical Medical Assisting. I was doing well in all of my classes as a Pre-Nurse/Medical Assisting major. In the past, I did well in all of my … Read more
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1) A long time ago, I did well in Math classes in high-school and colleges.
2) In 2012, I took the TEAS: qualifying exam for Nursing. I did well on the Math portion.
3) I also did well on the English portion of the TEAS.
4) Within my Pre-Nursing program, I got a grade A in English 1A or 100: Freshman composition. I also got a grade B in Communication Studies 110: Oral Communication.
In the past, I attended UCLA and did well in science courses and also in other classes relating to reading and writing skills such as Humanities and Social Sciences. At later time and for my Administrative Medical Assisting program at Saddleback College, I was required to take the course Freshman English Composition-Essay Writing or English 100, and I got a grade A. In addition, I took the Qualifying Test or the TEAS test for Nursing program candidates, and I achieved a score of 76%. I did well on the English section of this exam which included three parts: vocabulary, grammar and reading comprehension.