My name is Stanley Huang, a recent graduate of Montgomery High School and currently attending Rutgers University SAS Honors Program and in the Business School. During my senior year in high school, AP Economics was a very interesting class because it was not like any other social studies class that I have taken. This class was a great influence on my pursuit of a business degree in college. The concepts in economics explain many of the things we see in society today and it is truly fascinating. I have also taken the AP tests for both Microeconomics and Macroeconomics and have scored 5 on both. I am excited and eager to take my capabilities in explaining and aiding with some of the tricky concepts that arise in economics.
I have not formally given lessons with economics, but I have helped my friends and those around me with economics homework and test preparations. However, I have been helping my sister and some of my family friends throughout the year and tutoring them in math not only has benefitted them but also has taught me a great deal because learning is a two-way street: just as the students learn from teachers, teachers learn from their students. In addition, I have helped students within my school through NHS tutoring. All of which, results vary, but in general, it is an upward trend of at least a letter grade (as seen through my sister's and family friends' grades). I would gladly meet with students at a local public library as that seems to be the safest and efficient place to learn and study. Again my name is Stanley Huang, my email is (concealed information) and can reach me via phone at (609) - 937 -0795.
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