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Iowa State University
Howdy! My name is Subhash and I'd love to work with you to help you progress and improve.
I've rarely been someone who understands things fully right away. I think that's what makes me such a good tutor. I am very patient and willing to take things slowly if necessary or to explain things in different ways to make sure you understand things fully. Repetition is the key to truly have something soak in and understand it to the core.
Basic education info:
High School: New Trier High School; Graduated June 2002
University: Iowa State University; Graduated Dec 2006
I'm a civil engineering graduate from Iowa State University with 5 years experience working as an engineer so math has been a part of my life for a very long time. I've tutored GED math students and also taught Pre-GED and GED Math courses at Oakton Community College in Skokie, IL. I received great reviews from both the students and the program coordinators.
I took Spanish courses from 6th Grade through college, receiving a minor in Spanish from Iowa State University. I have a great love for the language, I listen to a great deal of music and have spent time in both Mexico and Spain and was able to use the language conversationally with ease.
I look forward to working with you!
Subhash Howdy! My name is Subhash and I'd love to work with you to help you progress and improve.
I've rarely been someone who understands things fully right away. I think that's what makes me such a good tutor. I am very patient and willing to take things slowly if necessary or to explain things in different ways to make sure you understand
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