The approach I take to tutoring always starts with asking questions and going through examples with the student in whatever topic they are having trouble with to gauge how much they understand, and then provide more in depth problems for them to go through and ask me questions as we go through the problems. I like to reserve at least 10 - 15 minutes at the end to answer any homework questions the student might be struggling with, or, if their homework is a big concern then I’ll use some of their homework problems as practice problems that we go through together.
I have spent the past two years tutoring Precalculus and Calculus, and I’ve worked with students from every academic background from different majors to different experiences with math. In my current job, I work as a group tutor with students who all have varying degrees of understanding of class topics - from those who just need some reassurance that they know what to do, to students who hate math with all of their being and are only learning it because they have to - and I work to approach concepts from different perspectives to benefit all of the students equally.
6 hour notice for cancellation
University of California, Los Angeles
B.S. Astrophysics - Expected June 2021
Relevant UCLA Coursework
Math 31A/B - Differential and Integral Calculus
Math 32A/B - Calculus of Several Variables
Physics 1A/B/C - Physics for Scientists and Engineers: Mechanics, Wave, EM
Physics 17 - Quantum and Statistical Mechanics
Astro 81/82 - Intro to Astrophysics
Chem 20A - Chemical Structure
PIC 10A - Introduction to Programming
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 97XA - PEERS Freshman Seminar: Succeeding in the Sciences
Information on research opportunities and how to manage time
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 97XB - PEERS Sophomore Seminar: Pathways in the Sciences
Information on how to join a research lab and planning for the future
2018 - Present
Peer Learning Facilitator, Academic Advancement Program in Campbell Hall
Facilitates collaborative learning in a wide range of classes through weekly workshops and review sessions.
2018 - Present
Member of the Astronomical Society at UCLA
Hosts weekly telescope shows to educate UCLA students and the general public about astronomy
Some experience coding in C++ and Python, experience in Microsoft Office programs
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