University of Texas at Austin (Biomedical Engineeri)
My name is Varun, and I’m a fifth-year student at the University of Texas at Austin pursuing a B.S. in both biomedical engineering and chemistry. I graduated from Westwood High School with suma cum laude honors in 2012. I have been an undergraduate researcher in the biomedical engineering department for the past five years.
I completed the Kumon Math program before high school and am a firm believer in the method that was used there. It is important to master core fundamentals in order to build a strong foundation. These fundamentals can then be applied towards understanding more complex concepts. For subjects such as math and science, it is important to not only understand how to work problems, but also to understand how the underlying concepts are applied so that the student learns how to do all problems of that type instead of specific ones.
Areas of Expertise:
I have completed college-level courses in several subject areas. I’ve completed math courses through advanced calculus and differential equations; fundamental/core science classes (biology, physics, chemistry); higher-level science courses such as biochemistry, physical chemistry, and organic chemistry; soft science courses such as US history, economics, government, English; and engineering courses specific to both biomedical engineering and electrical engineering. If you have any more specific questions about my coursework, please feel free to contact me!
My availability is flexible, and I look forward to tutoring you/your child!
Varun My name is Varun, and I’m a fifth-year student at the University of Texas at Austin pursuing a B.S. in both biomedical engineering and chemistry. I graduated from Westwood High School with suma cum laude honors in 2012. I have been an undergraduate researcher in the biomedical engineering department for the past five years.
$100 for 2 hours
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I took differential equations at the University of Texas at Austin in the spring of 2013. I got an A in the class and did very well on all subjects that were covered. I excelled in the class and have tutored some of my peers who took the same class after me. I also have practical experience in the application of differential equations, as I have taken many engineering classes in which differential equations were solved in real world scenarios.
I've completed two MATLAB/numerical methods classes at UT Austin and earned A's in both classes. I have about 4 months experience tutoring my peers who were taking these same classes. I also have 4 years of research experience, throughout which I used MATLAB on almost a daily basis.