A.P. (Ohio)

"The reason for my passing is The NOTES, The NOTES, The NOTES!!! Real GARAM MASALA. I see that everybody that took your course with me scored over 235. Being the last of the group to go to the exam put a little pressure on me to meet similar goals. But I have made it and I genuinely appreciate all that you have done, and yes, if there is anything I can do such as share my experience with prospective students or whatever, I would be glad to do so. I hope you have another strong class this time and wish they follow your advice and continue to succeed in their endeavors. Thank you for your awesome lectures and support during the course.”


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