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Southeast Missouri State University (Computer Networking)
Hello! I am currently a student at Southeast Missouri State University and my major is in Computer Networking.
I've always loved Math and Chemistry, and I have a good understanding of both.
I went to high school at Bowling Green High School in Bowling Green, MO, and for my first year of college I went to Missouri University of Science and Technology where I took courses in Chemistry and Calculus.
I really enjoy learning and teaching others about these topics. I feel like the subject matter is a lot of fun if you truly understand what's going on, and why everything works. That is what I try to teach when tutoring. I don't just want students to know the process on how to do things, I want them to understand why they are doing what they are.
I have completed several college Math courses such as: College Algebra, Trigonometry, Statistics, Pre calculus, Calculus and I've been very successful in each of them.
I've taken Chemistry in high school, and loved it enough to take Chemistry 2 the next year. I've also taken General Chemistry in college at Missouri S&T.
I would like to give students not only the ability to learn a specific part of math or chemistry, but to enable them to think differently and be more open to learning about Math and Chemistry. Hello! I am currently a student at Southeast Missouri State University and my major is in Computer Networking.
I've always loved Math and Chemistry, and I have a
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