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Texas Tech University (Finance)
Hello! My name is Neil, and I am currently studying Finance at Texas Tech University. In high school, I self-prepared for the ACT and scored a composite 34. I am very patient and understanding and will work with the student to achieve whatever goals they are attempting to achieve. I can work whatever hours are needed in whatever time frame is requested from me. Together, we can ensure that your goals will become a reality.
Beyond the business classes involved in my major, I have already earned a minor in both Chemistry and Psychology. The combination of my business coursework and these majors will adequately prepare me to mentor and tutor anyone on the ACT or SAT high-school level examination. If you are interested in pursuing my services or would just like to get any more information do not hesitate to contact me. I am just a click away!
Scored in the top 97th percentile on ACT. Completed upper level business courses in my undergraduate studies.
Scored in top 96th percentile on ACT. Earned a minor in chemistry.
Scored in top 95th percentile on ACT for English. Scored in top 98th percentile on ACT for Reading. Completed undergraduate level english courses.
Hello! My name is Neil, and I am currently studying Finance at Texas Tech University. In high school, I self-prepared for the ACT and scored a composite 34. I am very patient and understanding and will work with the student to achieve
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