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...Java is my language of choice for client/server applications as well as Graphical User Interface (GUI) applications. I am an avid Java programmer and can teach you how to utilize this in-demand language. Discrete math includes a wide variety of mathematical topics and is utilized heavily in computer science.

...My teaching style is more of "straight A" study buddy. I like to treat my students as my friends and enjoy explaining complex terms and physical processes in simple terms. Most of my tutees were college and high school students who needed help with being successful in a particular course that thy take in school.

...I have always had an inclination for the education of others. As far back as I can remember, I never turn down the opportunity to explain something when people do not understand, especially when it comes to math and science. I have an intuitive ability to quickly recognize students? disconnects, and provide support to make those connections for students.

...In high school and college, I tutored my peers in Math and Physics, and have been tutoring younger students in Math, Science, English/Writing, and French (both course material and test prep) for the past 5 years. I genuinely enjoy working with students to help them reach their fullest potential....

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