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London School of Accountancy UK (CPA/ACCA Exam Preparation) (Administration)
Sir Arthur Lewis Community College (EdD)
My name is James M. I was born in Guyana and taught arithmetic, algebra and geometry for ten years after passing the London General Certificate of Education exams. I then proceeded to London, enrolled at the London School of Accountancy where I studied for the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators exams which I passed. I returned to Guyana and became a financial accountant. I continued my teaching part time and I also included accounts at the advanced level.
Later, I migrated to St. Lucia where I continued teaching arithmetic, algebra, geometry and principles of accounts at the secondary level to students whose ages ranged from 11 to 16. They were preparing to write the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) exams. I also taught at the college level, maths for business, maths for finance and accounting. The students ages ranged from 17 to over 30 and they were preparing for college exams or university entrance exams.
As we all know, students learn at different paces. I always catered for the brilliant ones and the slow ones even if it meant working beyond the normal time with them. The object was that there was to be no failures.
What pleased me more was the number of students who were successful at the midterm and end of semester examinations. I do feel happy meeting my past students and being praised by them.
Have full confidence in me. You will never regret. Dear Students,
My name is James M. I was born in Guyana and taught arithmetic, algebra and geometry for ten years after passing the London General Certificate of Education exams. I then proceeded to London, enrolled at
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