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University of Oklahoma (Int. Business)
Hello! My name is Brady. I am attending the University of Oklahoma as an International Business major. I have about 300 hours of experience specifically teaching mathematics. I also tutor for the ACT Exam. My ACT score is 32. I believe that learning is supposed to be fun, so every tutoring session will be fun AND educational.
Mathematics are one of my best subjects for both learning and teaching. In my End of Instruction tests I made a perfect score in Geometry and a 53/55 in Algebra 2. Also, I have spent about 300 hours tutoring in Geometry and general mathematics classes.
I have extensively studied the ACT Science test. During my time in high school, I recorded a score of 36 on the science section. I have also taken high level courses in Biology and Chemistry.
Although Vocabulary is not a subject that requires a vast knowledge to teach, it does require the ability to adequately explain what a word means to the student. Through my two previous tutoring experiences I have developed the ability to relate to students in order for them to develop an understanding of the subject matter!
If you are looking to learn or receive help while also having a good time, I am the tutor you are looking for! Hello! My name is Brady. I am attending the University of Oklahoma as an International Business major. I have about 300 hours of experience specifically teaching mathematics. I also tutor for the … Read more
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