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Arizona State University, Tempe
My name is Mahesha and I am a 29 year old living in the city of Chicago. While growing up, I always enjoyed going to school and learning new things. My favorite subjects were always Math and English. There were even times in grade school where my teachers let me read to the class because I loved to teach other students. I also helped children in younger grades with subjects that they were having difficulty with. As I grew older, nothing changed. I have a passion for teaching and working with children. I used to baby-sit frequently and help the children with their homework assignments and studying for tests. I loved to receive phone calls the next day letting me know the results of the assignment or test, which was usually good. I have always been at the top of my class and in accelerated programs and classes. I think all of this combined with my love for children, along with my passion to teach and watch others succeed would make me an excellent tutor. I am patient, encouraging, dedicated, and personable. I currently work for a medical device company in their Quality Assurance and Regulatory Compliance Department, which I love, but I would also like to help others succeed and work with children at the same time. I look forward to working with you and making a difference. My name is Mahesha and I am a 29 year old living in the city of Chicago. While growing up, I always enjoyed going to school and learning new things. My favorite subjects were always Math and English. There were even times in … Read more
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