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Hi, my name's Sam Watson and I'm a student here at Kent State University majoring in Economics and Biological Anthropology. I just got back from a semester studying abroad in Geneva, Switzerland, a KSU program that I'd recommend to anyone, and I will be graduating this May. I've usually done fairly well leading myself throughout school, managing to maintain a 3.70 GPA. I've informally tutored or led study groups in several of the history and math courses that I've taken in the past. I consider myself to be rather good at explaining concepts from many different angles and perspectives, especially regarding systematic sciences like statistics, economics, and biology. I've always particularly liked learning and discussing human history and evolution and have had a lot of success and enthusiasm tutoring these subjects in the past. I also have a strong aptitude for grammar and writing in both English and French, and I'm happy to review and edit written work. I look forward to meeting and tutoring new students, so if any of the above interests you, I encourage you to contact me.
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Calculus, General Mathematics, Statistics
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