...My teaching philosophy. Often, students suffer a rejection towards the subject because, unfortunately, in many classes they see just a lot of formulas thrown at them. My approach is to motivate each formula I introduce, stating its function, and analyzing some of its strengths and weaknesses. (read more)
...I've branched out with additional specialized subjects including, but not limited to Corporate Finance, Derivatives, Portfolio Management and Statistics. Some of these classes can be intimidating and confusing for students. My goal is to simplify the material, making it easier to understand and if necessary improve your math skills and business foundation. (read more)
...However, I also teach near Santa Monica certain days; on those afternoons, I can tutor within the greater Los Angeles area (between Santa Monica and Pasadena, or in the San Fernando valley).
Thanks, and I hope we can meet soon!I took biology and AP biology in high school (and scored a 5 on the A... (read more)
...Essentially, break a problem into its parts as far as needed until it begins to click for the student. Alternatively, I've used "metaphors" to group a problem into its particular family. Often times, a math problem seems difficult but it is really just "disguised" really well. (read more)
...I have been an avid tennis player ever since I started receiving tutoring lessons at age 14. In high school, I played on a double's team for 2 seasons. Since then, I have been playing regularly in my spare time. (read more)