University of Houston
Hi! My name is Chris. I am a great math student and I was just recently graduated at San Jacinto College with an AS in computer science (December 2016). I have been taking a few semesters at UH around 2010 to 2011. My future university for bachelor of computer science is UH Clear Lake. I am not enrolled as a student there yet, but working a half time valet job for now. Also, I strive to be a patient and understanding person. If you are one of those students who keeps on failing math quizzes, tests, or whatever, ask for my advice! Trust me, I remember plenty of my past struggles dealing with painful math problems since high school. Asking questions, looking in the book, or searching on math sites wouldn't always be the best answer to a math problem. There are many ways of improving your ability. I had to do it the hard way. Everyday, I would sit at home and practice all of the problems in the workbook. That is, the problems that were more comfortable working on. Here's the trick for approaching painful math problems: 1. Working on the easiest problems come first and 2. The hardest problems come later.
For instance, you are at home cramming on a major test. The next day, the teacher gives you the test. You look at it and you have thirty minutes to complete the test; not an hour. Twenty-five minutes later, you are still on the first question ... So what do you do? Depends on your level.
Music. I have been playing alto saxophone since the sixth grade. As I entered high school, I completed three years of band, until I changed to a different study, such as the AutoCAD class during my senior year. Anyway, back to the music subject. My achievements for band include, ALL straight one's in UIL Solo and Ensemble all throughout middle school and high school. I also made first chair alto sax my junior year. Region band was very difficult compared to my Solo rankings. My most important achievement to me was making district band in the eighth grade. Sorry, but I am not available for sax lessons at this time!
I am looking forward to knowing about your expectations and your wish to become a successful person. So please feel free to express yourself and don't be afraid to ask any questions. I want to make you proud and happy of your achievements. Hi! My name is Chris. I am a great math student and I was just recently graduated at San Jacinto College with an AS in computer science (December 2016). I have been taking a few semesters at UH around 2010 to 2011. My future university for bachelor of computer science is UH Clear Lake. I am not enrolled as a student there yet, but working a half
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