...My doctoral degree is in psychology. I think this is a wonderful combination: I can relate to students, understand their frustrations and fears, and at the same time I deeply understand math and take great joy in communicating this to reluctant and struggling students, as well as to well-perform... (read more)
I graduated from UC Berkeley in 2016 with a B.A. in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science. I've always been interested in teaching, but decided to focus more on getting technical degrees while in college. In my experience, math can be a lot more fun when you work through problems together with other people. (read more)
...Sometimes a teacher doesn’t explain the material well, or abstract concepts don’t quite click. That’s why I bring patience and a positive attitude to my tutoring. I use a technique of offering multiple explanations for each concept, rooting my explanations in content the student already understands. (read more)
...I have found that those who want to go very high and those who are struggling to keep up are actually very similar in this: both need concepts made clear and simple -- to grasp and build upon. Additional Insight:
- In-depth knowledge of computer-based instruction.
- Detailed familiarity with re... (read more)
...I worked diligently and spent thousands of dollars in order to prepare for my own applications to various schools. I later graduated from a top 10 law school. I graduated from UC Berkeley School of Law. (read more)