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(University of Texas at Austin) (History)
I am 2 credits shy of a University of Texas at Austin degree in History and intend to get a second degree in economics, for now I have completed all the history requirements for whatever that is worth. Although I do not have tutoring experience I do have a lot of experience in History and I would have to say it is the subject and field of interest I enjoy and value the most. On my own free time I enjoy reading history and learning interesting things in all sorts of various subjects like psychology, economics, population dynamics etc. so digesting your desired course load and re teaching it will be no problem.
I have taken the courses you would expect in high school (AP US history and AP world History) and gotten a 4 and 5 on those tests respectively, and went on to take a variety of upper division coursework at the University of Texas at Austin. I take an active interest in History and have picked up more things along the way in my own free time as well.
If you would like one-on-one tutoring in a field of history feel free to contact me. I apologize I have no official tutoring experience but I will be prepared, professional, and digesting history coursework on others peoples' behalf will not be difficult. I am 2 credits shy of a University of Texas at Austin degree in History and intend to get a second degree in economics, for now I have completed all the history requirements for whatever that is worth. Although I do not have
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