Hi! I am a college student, currently taking a few elective courses at George Mason University towards a B.A. in Graphic Design at VCU. Even though my academic focus and intended career field is graphic design, I am passionate about many areas of study, especially English and math, I am actually considering minoring in English because of how much I have enjoyed the English gen ed classes I've been required to take for my degree. In terms of my qualifications as a tutor, I earned a 4.19 weighted GPA over the course of 4 years in high school, and a 4.0 in my first semester of college at VCU. I took 3 AP classes in high school, and earned a 5 on the AP Language and Composition exam, a 4 on the AP Literature exam, and a 5 on the AP Calculus AB exam. Additionally, I earned a 1430/1600 on the SAT, a 750/800 on the reading and writing section and a 680/800 on the math section. As I am just one semester into college, much of what I learned in high school has been expanded upon or is at least still fresh in my mind. All of that said, I worked hard in high school and was blessed to have some really good teachers who pushed me to be a better learner, thinker, reader, and writer. I would love to pass on what experience as student in a highly challenging and competitive environment has taught me.
Currently Pursuing B.A. in Graphic Design @ VCU
Subjects of Expertise
SAT Reading, ACT Reading, ACT English, PSAT, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Writing, Reading, Grammar, Vocabulary, Pre-Calculus