I'm currently a senior student at the University of Michigan studying Aerospace Engineering. I finished my high school overseas where curriculum is very hard and extensive. When I came to the US in 2008, I started my college education at a community college, and as soon as I knew that the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor is the only school, in Michigan, that offers an aerospace degree, I transferred there. As an engineering student at one of the top schools in the nation, I learned a great deal of engineering concepts, and developed my understanding of a lot of mathematical and physical concepts by getting involved in many real world projects.
I started tutoring as a way of helping my friends, and then I did it so much that I started to love it because I noticed that not only my students learn, but I also do learn myself from the process of teaching. I believe that teaching is a win-win activity because both the tutor and the student learn from each other. My students are my friends, and my way of teaching focuses on developing an understanding of the concept behind problems, not the specific solution to each problem. I also try to introduce the scientific approach of solving problems to my students simply because it works all the time, not to mention that it is an everyday skill that every student should master. I am a very open-minded and social person. If you have any further questions, please, feel free to ask me at any time.
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