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Texas A&M University, Central Texas
I graduated from Central Texas College in 2010 with my Associates degree in criminal justice. I then enrolled as an undergraduate at Texas A&M University-Central Texas in the Criminal Justice program. My minor is in psychology. I have experience tutoring fellow students and participating in study groups. I am an active member of the LDS church and have had many opportunities to teach classes. In the past, I have been active in the Boy Scouts of America as an assistant scout leader.
I am a father of two young boys and happily married for 6 years. I have been told that I am a very patient person and am a good listener. I pride myself on having good communication skills. During my years as a student, I have learned many effective study strategies and have developed quality study habits. I am confident I can use my knowledge and experience to help students become better learners and better students by helping them learn and apply effective strategies. I can also act as a study partner to help them prepare for tests and exams. I graduated from Central Texas College in 2010 with my Associates degree in criminal justice. I then enrolled as an undergraduate at Texas A&M University-Central Texas in the Criminal Justice program. My minor is in Read more
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