I received a bachelor's degree from MIT in mechanical engineering with a minor in mathematics, and I am now a Ph.D. graduate student at UCLA working in MEMS (microelectromechanical systems). My tutoring services are available for K-12 through collegiate undergraduate levels, primarily for science, mathematics, and written communication. I also offer guidance for college admissions, including consultation for collegiate applications and SAT preparation. I am extremely passionate about learning and teaching, and I can't wait to work with you and your family to reach your academic goals.
In high school, I helped to teach my school's fledgling AP Biology course and remedial introductory algebra class during the school's year-long search for qualified permanent faculty. At MIT, I was a facilitator for the Seminar XL program for two years, which assigned freshmen to supplemental recitations led by upperclassmen. I taught calculus and differential equations concepts twice a week, demonstrating concepts, leading discussions, and answering questions for the students. I also worked as an on-call undergraduate tutor for MIT's General Institute Requirements courses, aiding with homework difficulties and conducting review sessions for examinations. I was also a teacher for middle and high school students in the Educational Studies Program's annual "Splash!" event for three years. As a Ph.D. engineering graduate student at UCLA, I was a teaching assistant for the Manufacturing Processes project laboratory course in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering department, where I guided 12 teams of 5-6 students in manufacturing projects.