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Rutgers University (Mech. Engineering)
I have a passion for teaching math and science and I look forward to helping you with your schoolwork and/or preparation for AP, SAT and other tests. I am a recent graduate of Rutgers University with a B.S. cum laude in Mechanical Engineering and a National AP Scholar. I have been tutoring for the last 10 years both professionally and as a volunteer. The use of multiple approaches to learning has been integral to my success in helping my students achieve their goals. Though varied approaches customized to your learning style, I will help you reach those breakthrough moments when topics that may have given you trouble suddenly become clearly understood.
I have a passion for teaching math and science and I look forward to helping you with your schoolwork and/or preparation for AP, SAT and other tests. I am a recent graduate of Rutgers
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I started learning AutoCAD in high school when I took a 1/2-year class in AutoCAD and manual drafting during my senior year. As a Mechanical Engineering major at Rutgers University, I took two classes (Intro and Advanced) in SolidWorks, which is a 3D CAD design software. During my summer internships at engineering firms, I used AutoCAD and Revit (3D CAD software) for various projects. I am comfortable teaching all three of these applications.
Through my degree in Mechanical Engineering, I studied Differential and Integral calculus (AP Calc AB and BC), Multivariable calculus, Differential Equations, and Partial Differential Equations, and I had to use all the material I learned from those classes in the classes for my major. Also, I tutored several of my classmates in varying levels of calculus during my time at Rutgers.
I took AP Physics C in high school and earned a 5 on both parts of the exam. In college, almost every course I took towards my Mechanical Engineering degree required detailed knowledge of either Classical Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Optics, Fluid Dynamics, Thermodynamics or some combination.