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Allan Hancock College (Business Management)
Hello potential students,
I am a CRLA Certificated Tutor, with extensive experience in tutoring, primarily in Computer Information, Computer Applications (including the Microsoft Office suite: Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Publisher, etc.), and related computer subjects, as well as proficiency in Algebra, Accounting, Political Science, Critical Thinking, Philosophy, Writing, and some other subjects. I was previously employed as a tutor for my local community college, Allan Hancock college, and was highly commended during that period.
I am highly recommended by all my former students, and have been commended for my patience and clarity in communication, my amicable and friendly demeanor, and my competency in subjects. I would very much enjoy assisting you in understanding whatever subject you are request assistance in: for "Learning is Power".
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I am a CRLA Certificated Tutor, with extensive experience in tutoring, primarily in Computer Information, Computer Applications (including the Microsoft Office suite: Word, Excel, Access, … Read more
He was very friendly, polite, courteous and helpful with understanding the concepts. I would use him when I take the class again.
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