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Degree: Business and Management (Bachelors) - Exeter University
Hi, my name is Tia and I am 19 years old. I currently study BA Business and Management at Exeter University.
Ever since I started studying business in my first year of college, I found that I could understand the topics very easily, even better than subjects like science which I had studied for over 10 years! My teachers quickly noticed how I was excelling in their classes, providing me with extra work to stretch my abilities. This was very beneficial to me as in class I found myself completing the work much faster than my classmates, meaning that my lessons became very unproductive for me.
I have always been creative, and I enjoy looking for alternatives to problems and problem-solving in general, which is why I think that I like business so much, especially due to the opportunities it can create.
I have two younger siblings who I have helped with their schoolwork for several years (currently ages 13 and 18) so I am familiar with how to approach those who need help. Because I love business so much, I can simplify topics to help the pupil, using everyday examples. (A technique that I used when helping my former classmates).
At AS and A2 level, I achieved 90%+ in all of my business units (Edexcel), resulting in an A* overall. At university, I continue to thrive, having gained first classes in all of my modules so far.
Thank you for reading my profile, and I look forward to hearing from you! J
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