...I am able to identify and reinforce any important concept my students are not familiar with, as well as help them to learn/refresh math solving techniques. In high school, I’ve scored a 5 on the AP Calculus BC test. In college, I’ve completed 6 math courses at the University of Washington, including the calculus series.
I am a native Chinese speaker from Taiwan. (read more)
...I am planning to continue tutoring here in Washington through the 2017-2018 school year. I have a bachelor's degree in math from the University of Maine, and a master's degree in math from the University of Pittsburgh. At the University of Pittsburgh I worked as a teaching assistant, which incl... (read more)
...I used a lot of Python in my last two years of undergraduate studies. A lot of experimental physics today requires computers and programming to do any sort of testing, so I had pick it up in my lab courses as well as my research. Python was the preferred language for my classes because we mostly only needed it to handle linear algebra operations and calculations with large data sets. (read more)
...Helping others develop their mathematical capabilities, including friends and family, has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember. After taking a physics course in my junior year of high school, I also developed a fascination with the way math can be used to study the physical world. I'm excited to share this love of math with students. (read more)
...I can help students understand the concepts behind specific problems and how those concepts fit into the big picture. And perhaps most importantly of all, I love mathematics, and I have always enjoyed helping others learn to love it, too! I did quite well in all my middle and high school math classes. (read more)