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University of Northern Colorado (Software Engineering)
Hello! My name is Marcus and I am a great tutor for just about any subject you need assistance with. I have completed up to Calculus II thus far in school, and am currently majoring in Software Engineering at UNC Greeley. I have scored over a 30 in both reading and English/grammar on the ACT, and high 20s in math and science. I have had a 3.9GPA in my first two years of college and hope to continue that streak while finishing school.
The reason I am applying as a tutor is because I understand that certain concepts in school just don't stick sometimes, and it gives me great joy to see people making academic progress.
Throughout school, I have always been in upper-level mathematics classes and have completed Calculus II in my higher education.
I have been doing programming for 5 years and am currently pursuing a Software Engineering degree at UNCO.
Having three siblings that I have had to tutor, I am flexible with the personalities and strengths of those that I tutor. I have been doing it all of my life with my siblings and I am confident that I can give you the help you need to achieve that academic success that you are looking for. Hello! My name is Marcus and I am a great tutor for just about any subject you need assistance with. I have completed up to Calculus II thus far in school, and am currently majoring in Software Engineering at UNC Greeley. I have scored over a 30 in both … Read more
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