Hi, my name is Abid. I am a current medical school student that was a prior private school teacher/tutor. My expertise is concentrated in science and mathematics spanning from high school to college. My teaching style is best described as patient, enthusiastic, and encouraging. I'm a strong believer in presenting material for the beautiful, life-changing knowledge it is. Any and all knowledge can be seen as information that spans our day to day activities, and while I present material in the most simplistic manner possible, I seek to leave the student with a feeling of awe and empowerment for what they've just learned. With this new perspective instilled within them, I hope to groom students into successful passionate individuals that will not only ace this course and other courses to come, but also seek the greater understanding of the subject matter that we study so that they may appreciate it that much more and hopefully change the world for the better along with themselves.
I have personally excelled in most my math and science courses as a Chemistry Major including Algebra, Chemistry, Biology, Calculus (1,2, and 3), Genetics, Biochemistry, Organic Chemistry, Human Physiology, and many more by trying to seek more than was is given to me in class. Now, as a medical school student having completed my first year of classes, I believe the basic sciences come to me naturally with little to no effort.
I am accepting students for the math portion of the TSI.
I love to teach and I feel I do it well. If you feel I would be a good fit for you or your child, please let me know and lets see if we can bring out the inner enthusiast from within so that you/your child can make the difference you've always wanted to make. I will end this description with one of my favorite quotes:
“Enthusiasm is one of the most powerful engines of success. When you do a thing, do it with all your might. Put your whole soul into it. Stamp it with your own personality. Be active, be energetic, be enthusiastic and faithful, and you will accomplish your object. Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” - Ralph Waldo Emerson
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