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University of Georgia (Civil Engineering)
Hey guys, Paul here. I'm a second year Civil Engineering student currently studying at the University of Georgia, with an intent to transfer next fall to Georgia Tech to concentrate my studies in Transportation Systems Engineering. I value myself to be an accomplished student, having graduated with a 4.0 GPA in High School with a 2200 SAT, and I'm currently maintaining a 3.99 in university. While I received an A in both Chemistry I and Physics I at UGA, my specialty is in Mathematics. From algebra to trigonometry to pre-calculus and through calculus, I've always loved math and exploring the ways that numbers and equations hide in our everyday world and govern the laws of the world around us.
I've tutored a few friends unofficially over the past two years, and I've enjoyed it so much that I want to pursue tutoring further to help more prospective students understand and appreciate the world of mathematics. All in all, I just want to say thanks for considering me as your tutor!
I received a 750 on the Math portion of my SAT, missing only one question. I've taken pre-Calculus, AP Calculus AB in high school, and Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, and Multivariable Calculus at UGA, receiving an A in each course.
The SAT writing section is a predictable and formulaic test, which unfortunately gives many students trouble. Succeeding requires an understanding of how the test is laid out, along with the ability to dissect problems down to their component parts. I received a 720 on my writing section, and missed only one multiple choice question out of 80.
I'm free on: Monday and Friday evenings (5 PM - 9 PM), every other Wednesday evening (5 PM - 9 PM), Saturday mornings (before 12 PM), and all day on Sundays.
I look forward to talking with you and setting up a session! Hey guys, Paul here. I'm a second year Civil Engineering student currently studying at the University of Georgia, with an intent to transfer next fall to Georgia Tech to concentrate my studies in Transportation Systems Engineering. I value myself to be an accomplished
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