University of Rochester (Biomed Engineering)
Binghamton University (Master's)
I went to the University of Rochester for biomedical engineering and graduated in the spring of 2015. I am now at Binghamton University for my masters in Materials Science. In undergrad, I was in a fraternity in which I was head of recruitment, so I am very good with other people. But, with such a tough major and thorough research background at the University of Rochester's medical center, I am more than qualified in the academic department.
I am great with other people, and I have a great track record for math, all the way from high school math through calculus.
Aside from tough engineering, I am a sports person as well. I played club soccer in college and varsity throughout high school. Not only this, but I was a referee for youth soccer leagues for 7/8 years, for all ages 8-19.
In terms of tutoring, I am very good at putting myself in the student's shoes and understanding what they could potentially be struggling with. I went through the exact same stuff most likely when I was in school, and certainly remember learning most of the material. Lots of students have a hard time grasping concepts because the teacher is "too advanced" for certain subjects, and take certain methods for granted. For example, if you have a teacher who has been teaching advanced college math for 30 years, it could be tough for them to teach the basics of math because it becomes second nature to them. I am extremely good at being able to break down concepts, and helping students to learn step by step the proper methods and techniques for solving problems (in math), and for teaching correct methods that can be used for studying in other subjects.
In college, I was a teaching assistant for a Biomaterials class that I took the year before. I graded students' homework, and collaborated with them in order for them to do the best job possible in the class. If they desired, I was always able to teach them the mistakes they made on homework to make sure the same mistakes did not happen in the future.
Send me an email if interested! I can definitely be a great service. I went to the University of Rochester for biomedical engineering and graduated in the spring of 2015. I am now at Binghamton University for my masters in Materials Science. In undergrad, I was in a fraternity in which I was head of recruitment, so I am very good with other people. But, with such a tough major and thorough research background at
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