University of California, Los Angeles (Electrical Engineering)
Hello, my name is Jiho. In 2006, I completed my two years of military duty with the Korean Army, serving as an engineering soldier. That was the main reason to start studying the field of electrical engineering at UCLA. Four and half years later, I got a B.S. degree in electrical engineering at UCLA.
I have extensive tutoring experience in a variety of fields such as math, physics, chemistry, and Korean. During the time at UCLA, I have tutored many high school students in calculus as well as physics, helping them learn to analyze their school projects and to prepare their homework and exams.
Being fluent in English and Korean, I started my career as a legal assistant in a law firm to be a patent lawyer in the future, considering my background in engineering. At the same time, I have continued tutoring many students privately.
I am passionate about helping students improve in all academic subjects. I still remember my excitement when one of my students received a 'A' in his final. I am confident that my passion and experience are the quality many are looking for.
If you have any questions or interests, please don't hesitate to contact me. Hello, my name is Jiho. In 2006, I completed my two years of military duty with the Korean Army, serving as an engineering soldier. That was the main reason to start studying the field of electrical engineering at UCLA. Four and half years later, I got a B.S. degree in electrical engineering at UCLA.
I have extensive tutoring experience
My 4th and 7th graders loved their class with Mr. Jiho. He taught different ways to solve math problems that made more sense to my kids. Mr. Jiho seems very patient, respectful and knowledgeable.
Jiho provided a very strong and helpful tutoring session that had an immediate impact on my daughter being able to get the best grade of the year on a test in AP Calculus that followed her tutoring session the next day. She felt Jiho was very understandable, patient and smart.
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