The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Sociology)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Graduate Coursework)
Hi!!! My name is Brooke and I have a lot of experience in helping students progress in their current level of education. I graduated high school and immediately enrolled at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. I received my Bachelor's degree in Sociology in 2010 and then enrolled back at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 2011 to pursue my Master's degree in Sociology. I completed all my coursework and now I just have to finish my thesis in order to finally receive my degree.
While I was in graduate school, I was a Teacher's Assistant. This paid for my tuition, which was a huge help for me at the time. As a Teacher's Assistant, I taught small and large undergraduate classes; graded exams, quizzes, and papers; helped my professors with their research; led small study groups; and basically was available to both students and professors at all times. I also tutored several students in the meantime to earn extra cash. In high school, I took college courses in Precalculus and Calculus so Math is definitely another one of my strengths. I'm extremely outgoing and like to get to know people, so I will absolutely love getting to know the students I will be tutoring.
I was always in the advanced Math classes throughout high school. Junior and Senior year, I was enrolled in college math courses.
I am a Sociology major, which allows one to better understand people around them and interact appropriately in any given situation. I excelled in all of my speeches in high school and in college, I took multiple speaking intensive courses. I am extremely comfortable when it comes to talking one-on-one and in large group settings.
During the pursuit of my Bachelor's degree, I was a Sociology major with a concentration in Criminology. So for four years, I was deeply involved in learning all about the Criminal Justice system.
I am excited to help you excel in your education! I will encourage you, push you, and lead you and hopefully will eventually become a friend to you. I know it can be difficult to ask for help, but asking for help is the first step in the right direction! Hi!!! My name is Brooke and I have a lot of experience in helping students progress in their current level of education. I graduated high school and immediately enrolled at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. I received my Bachelor's degree in Sociology in 2010 and then enrolled back at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro in
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I earned my Bachelor's degree in Sociology with a concentration in Criminology. So while pursuing an education in better understanding and interacting with people, I also gained a deep understanding of the Criminal Justice System.