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Texas Tech Uniiversity (Architecture)
Texas Tech Uniiversity (Graduate Coursework)
I'm an Architecture student currently studying at Texas Tech University. I will be graduating this December and will be continuing on for Graduate School here for my Masters in Architecture and my MBA. I've been tutoring for 2 years both here in Lubbock and also in San Antonio. I've mostly done ACT and SAT prep, but I've also tutored in Math, Science and English. I've even helped students with their college essays and reviewing application materials.
Tutoring has been a very rewarding experience for me, and I hope to help more students this year. Knowing that I can help students achieve and learn has been something that I have really enjoyed and hope to do more of. When i'm not in the Architecture building or tutoring, I love to shoot photography!
I earned a 31 on my ACT in 2013 with Math being my strongest subject. I have taken up to Calculus 1 in college and received an A. I have tutored in Math both for the ACT and SAT. I have always felt that Algebra has been my strongest subject to tutor in.
Please contact me if you have any questions or wish to know more about me! I'm an Architecture student currently studying at Texas Tech University. I will be graduating this December and will be continuing on for Graduate School here for my Masters in Architecture and my MBA. I've been tutoring for 2 years both here in Lubbock and also in San Antonio.
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