I've scored an A in all my math classes at UCLA, many of which used concepts taken from basic algebra. I've tutored all the up to multivariable calculus at UCLA.
I graduated from UCLA with a Chemical Engineering degree. I have a very strong background in math. I've tutored many first and second year college students all the way up to Multivariable Calculus.
I grew up in China until I was 10. I am fluent in Chinese. I took the AP Chinese test and scored a 5. I also scored 800 on the SAT II Chinese test.
For my chemical engineering degree, I have a technical breadth area in Civil Engineering. I took statics and dynamics of solids as well as dynamics of deformable solids.
I went through App Academy, an intensive coding bootcamp for fullstack engineers and am currently working as a software developer at a startup in the area.
I've taken differential equations at UCLA and received a grade of A. My degree is also an engineering degree so I have strong proficiency in math.
I've done well in all my math classes in high school and college. I scored 800 on SAT II math, and A's in all of my college level math classes. I've also worked with kids before, so I know how to teach them so they learn most effectively.
I have a very strong math and science background due to my engineering degree. I also worked with kids before as a summer camp counselor. So I know how to teach kids most effectively.
I did very well in my Geometry classes in High School, as well as college. I have a strong basis in logic-type problems, as well as shapes and geometry of objects. I can make sure that the student will not only have a practical knowledge of Geometry, but also an abstract one.
I took Linear Algebra at UCLA and received a grade of "A".
I graduated from UCLA with a Chemical Engineering degree. I've taken Mechanical Engineering classes including fluid dynamics, heat transfer, mass transfer, thermodynamics, and structural analysis. Chemical engineering is simply a more specific focus of Mechanical Engineering.
I graduated with a Chemical Engineering degree from UCLA. My curriculum included one full year of organic chemistry, including structures, mechanics of reactions, and lab work. I received A's in the organic chemistry series. I also received Stone's prize for excellence in general Chemistry in 2011 from UCLA. I know the difficult parts that students have to learn in organic chemistry.
My chemical engineering degree at UCLA included all the basic physics classes, including motion, optics, magnetism, electricity, and other physics subjects. I scored an "A" in all of my physics classes. My engineering classes also utilize a lot of physics.
I have a very strong background in math. I scored extremely well on my college level math classes. I also did very well in Pre-algebra in High School.
I have taught many college students in math, all the way up to multivariable calculus. I am very knowledgeable in precalculus, and will have no trouble teaching this subject at all.
I scored over 700 on the SAT reading section. I also have a strong comprehension skillset. I can teach my student how to most effectively determine the meaning behind a passage and how to eliminate the wrong answers.
I scored over 700 on the SAT writing section and received a 10 on the essay. I can teach all different aspects of grammar as well as the tips and tricks when it comes to taking the SAT.
I did very well in both high school level and college level trigonometry. I can easily teach the triangle relationships as well as making the students see the big picture behind trigonometry.