...I have a Ph.D. in mathematics from Texas A&M university, summer 2011. My education and teaching/tutoring experience allows me to quickly diagnose underlying gaps or misunderstandings in knowledge. It also gives me several points of view from which to approach material. (read more)
...A former student at the prestigious Columbia University School of Dental Medicine, I attained a faultless score on the “Quantitative Reasoning” portion of the DAT. I have excelled in all Calculus courses, e.g., Calculus I, II, Multivariable Calculus, Linear Algebra, and Differential Equations. ... (read more)
...Additionally, I have completed science courses including general and cell biology, general and organic chemistry, and physics courses. I have taken mechanical and biomedical engineering courses that combine mathematics and sciences such as thermodynamics, statics & dynamics, cardiovascular fluid mechanics, biomechanics, and more. Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions! (read more)
...During my senior year at college I passed my EIT exam. This qualifies me to get my professional engineering license after 4 years of experience. After getting settled into the 8-5 schedule I realized I wanted to pursue my desire to teach. (read more)
...I teach all levels of Biology, including AP Biology (i.e. college Bio taught in high school).
For AP Biology sessions prior to Spring Break, I concentrate on concepts, using 2 modes of study:
1. acquisition (mostly through reading of the AP text while I pose strategic questions)
2. quality... (read more)