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Richard M. I am a currently enrolled college student at the George Washington University majoring in finance although I have completed coursework in many fields. I am intelligent and perfectly amicable, with proficiency in many areas. My areas of expertise include business (especially finance and accounting) English, and science.
29 Subjects: including accounting, reading, English, chemistry
Washington, DC
Elizabeth B. ...I am well versed in accounting (Balance Sheet, Income Statement) and am able to conduct fundamental analysis of a given company based on public fillings. I have also earned a Chartered Financial Analyst designation. As it has many commonalities with an MBA program, I have been preparing CFA candidates for all three levels of the exams.
2 Subjects: including accounting, finance
Washington, DC
Lewis W. ...What is the hidden weaknesses of applying to a community college with the intent to transfer? (it's not what you think.) What are the advantages and disadvantages of the British system? Or of attending college in France? What college's professors present the best original research at academic conferences?
57 Subjects: including accounting, chemistry, English, calculus
Washington, DC
Hartley J. ...My background has primarily been in government financial management, financial systems, marketing and business development. I have run the financial systems of 2 government agencies, been a Deputy Chief Financial Officer, and consulted with a large government agency to successfully design, imple...
11 Subjects: including accounting, reading, English, ESL/ESOL
Arlington, VA
Diana G. ...I have always encouraged students to take notes, or highlight important concepts to make finding them quick and easy. This way time is not wasted while reviewing material. You have already made your own "cliff notes" and study what is really important.
20 Subjects: including accounting, English, reading, biology
Dunkirk, MD

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