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Stephen F. Austin State University (Accounting)
As a Certified Public Accountant, I have a strong understanding of accounting theory. With over 15 years of supervisory experience, I have trained dozens of people on how to incorporate accounting theory with real world business procedures.
If you are looking for someone to coach you through your accounting courses, and include a mentoring perspective to your understanding of accounting/real world expectations, I am the type of tutor you are looking for. I am especially interested in teaching "accounting principles" (introduction to accounting) type courses.
Certified Public Accountant, 15+ years of supervisory experience
I can be flexible on hours and all instruction takes place at an Atascocita coffee shop with wifi connections.
Recent students tutored in LSC accounting courses ACCT 2401 Principles of Financial Accounting, ACCT 2402 Principles of Managerial Accounting, and St. Thomas ACCT 1341 Principles of Accounting 1. As a Certified Public Accountant, I have a strong understanding of accounting theory. With over 15 years of supervisory experience, I have trained dozens of people on how to incorporate accounting theory with real world … Read more
He knows what he is doing. He is an awesome tutor! You should ask him if you ever need tutoring! I've had a good experience with him tutoring me !
This was my first time using a tutor and I definitely came to the meeting unprepared with questions that I had about the material or having difficulty with problems on my assignments. Greg was patient and provided plenty of opportunity to guide me through my concerns with my assignments. Would work with him again but would make sure that I am better prepared.
I went from having little understanding to taking my first accounting test two days after he tutored me once (for a little over an hour) and getting a 90. He has a way of explaining things that makes sense. He doesn't just tell you what to do, he tells you why you're placing numbers in certain accounts. It was very helpful because my teacher, although she's very nice, lacks patience and gets irritated when the class asks her questions. (Assumes if you don't know how to do the problem then you must have not been paying attention.) If you are bad at math, he is the tutor for you.
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