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Posted 06 April 2009 - 10:14 PM
Math: Statistics 101 and Pre-Calculus
Science: Basic Chemistry and Human Biology
English: Not my strongest subject, let us leave it at that
History: Very good with Government, Geography, U.S History, World History, can edit papers...
Music: Music Theory 101,102. Keyboarding, Composition... I'm planning on this being my major
Posted 06 April 2009 - 10:35 PM
However the one area where I can offer help, that doesn't appear to be covered, is in geology and earth science (degree level). I am a geologist after all. So any questions about rocks and stuff, feel free to ask, if I don't know I know someone that will, if of course there's an answer.
I will wait patiently for someone to say there speciality is alchemy, so that all the galena I find can be turned to gold!!!!!!!!!! Alternatively I will answer 42.
Posted 04 September 2009 - 07:59 PM
Microsoft office 07
Introduction to Theater
APA style Essays...
Have common knowledge of Computers in general
(add to as I go through my classes in college)
Posted 06 September 2009 - 01:53 AM
Posted 11 November 2009 - 10:53 PM
I'm only a sophomore, so I'm not exactly the most qualified person on BrainDen.
I will list the courses I have taken/am taking in high school.
Science: physics 1-2, in chemistry 1
English: english 1-2, in english 3
Social Studies: American history, in economics
Math: algebra 3-4, in pre-calc/trig
basic Scheme programming
in Java 1-2
in Cisco Networking
Intro to Engineering Design
That's pretty much all I've taken/am taking. If you need help with basic Networking/programming/finding your way around Windows XP, you can contact me. Computers are my specialty.
Posted 13 November 2009 - 12:27 AM
Posted 17 November 2009 - 08:13 PM
english is my strongest subject (comparatively)......
informatics - visual basic and a bit of java (still learning)
biology, physics and a bit of chem (upto 10/11th grade....depends)
and of course....general knowledge
i also know a few things about art (mainly painting, cooking,etc.....my dad taught me)
ok....now i feel silly....
I'm The Smiley Queen ...Bow Down To My Smiley Smileyness!!!
Posted 03 December 2009 - 06:00 AM
Math. If I can't do it, my dad was a math minor in college.
Science. Don't expect pure awesomeness, but I dabble in random sciences. Just don't ask about geology or archeology.
Music. I have one of the best piano teachers in the world, and no this is not boasting or exaggerating. I have a nice knowledge of music theory as well.
And if someone decides to get me to help them anyway, I will be honoured, and try to help.
Posted 16 December 2009 - 09:33 PM
Chemistry - Beginning college level
Computer Hardware - Journeyman level circuitboard troubleshooting, micro-soldering and installation of physical parts
Computer Science - Intermediate college level with emphasis on object-oriented programming and encryption / decryption protocol
Electronics - Journeyman level electrical theory incl. commercial and residential wiring code
English - Advanced post graduate structural analysis and legal / theoretical writing practice
German - Basic sentence structure and pronunciation
History (American) - Advanced college level
History (Aviation) - Advanced aviation history with emphasis on military uses post Great War
History (General) - Intermediate college level
History (Military) - Advanced college level
History (WWII) - Advanced post graduate military and socio-economic WWII history and familiar with (and access to) most of the writings of the major players in the war on all sides
Japanese - Basic sentence structure and pronunciation
Mathematics - Intermediate college level
Psychology - Beginning college level
And topics that I didn't actually study, but know from having done them:
Animal rearing - 10 yrs experience raising animals for food
Animal slaughtering - 10 yrs experience slaughtering above animals
Computer hardware - 17 yrs experience building computers from component
Posted 22 July 2010 - 08:18 PM
Math: my favorite subject, just finished geometry, got to state mathcounts
Language Arts/English: ok grammar, poetry, etc.
Science: lot of experience, won 3rd place in my category (botany) at the science fair, when testing for science olympiad in 6th grade i got the 3rd highest overall score out of 6th, 7th, and 8th graders(i sucked at chemistry, but i just finished reading a book about the elements, so i should be a little better)
Social Studies/Geography: ancient civilizations, world history(kind of), parents are from india and i have visited a few times so a little knowledge there
Music: play piano, viola, and french horn, am in choir, got to all state honor choir in 5th grade(only one in my class)
Foreign languages: speak hindi, english, some spanish, very little french, even less german, and know how to say hello in several different languages
I also like to draw/paint/sketch/art in general.
hope you guys can figure out if im of any help or not.
Edited by MissKitten, 22 July 2010 - 08:20 PM.
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