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University of California Berkeley (Chemical Engineering)
University of San Francisco (MBA)
I have always loved teaching. I graduated with a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from University of California Berkeley and an MBA in Finance & Banking from University of San Francisco. While working for many international engineering companies in US and overseas, I always found time to teach students. It started from helping my children with their home works, then it was helping their friends and gradually tutoring other students that needed a little help with their assignments. It gives me so much pleasure to see a student mastering a subject and getting a good grade.
I am very patient and understanding. Not all of us are fast learners. I move at the student's pace. The most important thing is first to establish the fundamentals in a subject and then gradually build on it. Looking forward to helping you and making you an "A" student.
Math, Chemistry and physics were my favorite subjects at school. So it was natural to follow my interests at the university level by getting a Chemical Engineering degree. Once you understand the fundamentals, I can assure you that you would enjoy the subject.
I have always loved teaching. I graduated with a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from University of California Berkeley and an MBA in Finance & … Read more
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