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Mark G.
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About Mark
I am currently in my second year of university. I have maintained a 3.8GPA throughout college and a 4.0 throughout high school. My biggest strength is tutoring and being able to relate to the person being tutored. My biggest flaw, however, is lack of time management. While I am very thorough when doing work, I tend to take my time. My main area of expertise is Computer Science, as I have been programming in Java since I was 14. I am also adept at various web development languages, such as HTML, Javascript, CSS, PHP, and MySQL. I have a...
Teaching Experience
I was a volunteer at my public library when I was 16. I tutored kids in middle school for about 8 hours every week, and have received nothing but positive feedback from parents. In addition, I was also a member of an honor society at my high school, and I tutored sophomores and juniors for about two years. I assisted them with any questions they had in any class. The students gave me nothing but positive feedback. With this high school tutoring experience, I offered my services privately to junior high and high school kids. I was a tutor...
CUNY Bernard M Baruch College
Computer Information Systems
Bachelor's Degree
2017 - 2021
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