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western connecticut state university (Math and Finance)
Hi everyone! My name is Gabby! I am a first year student at Western Connecticut State University. I take seven classes at the university and am a full time student. I am a double major in Mathematics and Finance. Three of the courses I am taking right now are math courses and I love every minute of them. I am in Calculus 3 and have had nothing but success in all courses prior to that.
A little bit about myself, my friends and residence hall consider me a "math genius" however, I consider myself just okay. I am pledging in a sorority and am part of my universities honors program. I enjoy helping other students around my age, I'm 18, to at least understand math. I hope to be an actuary in the future and to help math become more understandable for everyone.
I am in Calculus 3 as a College Freshmen. I took Algebra 2 in high school and received a 97% for the year. I also took Pre-Calculus in high school and received a 93% for the year. I love math!
I am a very open, friendly, person. I am flexible with scheduling because I know how crazy high school schedules can be. I'm willing to meet in public places. I do feel that math is a difficult thing for most anyone to understand and I really do wish to make it easier. Hi everyone! My name is Gabby! I am a first year student at Western Connecticut State University. I take seven classes at the university and am a full time student. I am a double major in Mathematics and Finance. Three of the
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