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Howard University (French, Business)
I am a current student at Howard University who maintains a grade-point average above a 3.5 and tutors multiple different other students in subject areas all-year round. I studied abroad in France and had a teaching assistant role teaching English to French elementary school students. I have received high grades in the core subjects (mathematics, English, and science) and am currently studying French and business. My expertise is in tutoring students in elementary and high school level mathematics and English in addition to French.
Studied Algebra 1, 2 and Geometry recently in university; received a high grade in each subject and continually helps other students to do well.
I studied cultural anthropology as part of requirement for International Business degree; received a high grade in the subject.
I studied at the Lycée Stanislas in Paris and Université Rennes 2. Additionally, I was a teaching assistant at an elementary school teaching English to French students.
I am a current student at Howard University who maintains a grade-point average above a 3.5 and tutors multiple different other students in subject areas all-year round. I studied abroad in France and had a teaching assistant role teaching English to … Read more
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