Hello, everyone!
I am a grad student at USC, getting my M.S. in chemical engineering with a B.S. from UCSD. I took courses for two years at Palomar Community College where I worked for a time as a math tutor, then I finished my undergraduate studies at UCSD in 2015. During this time, I have tutored students privately and via UCSD's AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers) chapter with a good amount of success.
As a grad student, I understand what students go through to obtain a...
Hello, everyone!
I am a grad student at USC, getting my M.S. in chemical engineering with a B.S. from UCSD. I took courses for two years at Palomar Community College where I worked for a time as a math tutor, then I finished my undergraduate studies at UCSD in 2015. During this time, I have tutored students privately and via UCSD's AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers) chapter with a good amount of success.
As a grad student, I understand what students go through to obtain a deep understanding of the course material and to get a high grade in the course. Whatever the motive is, I want to share the knowledge I have in the matter with others and help them to succeed in the class as well as help them remember these skills to be successful later in life.
I have tutored all math subjects at Palomar College and conducted private sessions for calculus and algebra, and I believe it is crucial to understand math to succeed in many walks of life.
Chemical engineering is my passion, so I am more than ready to share what I know about engineering and the sciences. I have also helped fellow students grasp the material with great success.
If you want a graduate student with a good amount of tutoring experience, I'm your man! Please contact me if you have questions and/or would like to schedule a lesson with me. Thanks a bunch and best of luck to you in your studies!