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Thread: Looking for a Java tutor

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    Default Looking for a Java tutor

    I'm taking basic java but feel like im falling behind. I feel like i need some help reviewing and going over the material from class and such.

    Requirements for the position:
    - be able to schedule 2 to 3 hours a day atleast twice a week.
    - Must have a microphone. webcam is optional but it'd be great if you have it.
    - willing to accept payments through paypal.
    - patient enough to teach someone who is still learning basics
    - willing to schedule in eastern time (GMT -5)

    Payments will be made after each session. I am willing to discuss prices but I don't have a lot.

    professionalism is not required but I would like some proof you actually know what you're doing.

    If you're interest send me a private message.

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