(2) University of South Carolina (Finance and Marketin)
I am currently a senior at the University of South Carolina. I am studying marketing and finance and also completing a minor in Spanish. I love helping out my friends and other individuals in classes or on projects.
In high school, I helped others with their homework by providing volunteer tutoring in the classes I had previously completed. I also am confident that I would be best helping elementary and middle school students in addition to high school students.
I am completely a major in Finance so I have a ton of experience with algebra and I constantly received As in high school in the various math courses. I completed a business algebra math class at the University of South Carolina.
I loved learning anatomy in high school. I helped others with their homework and got great grades as it was a passion of mine.
I understand how hard vocabulary can be for younger individuals as it is all memorization. I have some great memorization techniques for vocabulary.
I am currently a senior at the University of South Carolina. I am studying marketing and finance and also completing a minor in Spanish. I love helping out my friends and
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I played varsity golf in high school for 4 years. In addition to that, I spent a few days a week for a summer teaching young children ages 4-12 golf. I am very confident in teaching the basic skills of golf.
I am very experienced with soccer. I competed on a club team where we travelled to Ireland along with many different states. I also played on my high school team for 2 years before injuring myself. My primary position was goalkeeper but I also have played forward and defense.