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Princeton University (Mechanical Engineer)
University of Pennsylvania (MEd)
University of Washington (Enrolled)
Although I have recently returned to graduate school to pursue a PhD in oceanography, I spent the last 9 years teaching high school science. I taught in a public school setting with a diverse group of students with a range of background and interests, and greatly enjoyed the challenge of helping students develop their skills and bring their natural curiosity to bear on learning science.
One of the things that has made me a strong teacher and an excellent tutor in the past is my conviction that all students can be successful and achieve their goals with encouragement and support. I love seeing students make progress and figuring out how to support them in this. I have been tutoring since I was in high school, and during my time as a teacher spent a great deal of time working with students to figure out how to tackle the challenges of standardized testing, which often requires a different approach from subject-specific tests and tutoring.
I earned a perfect score on the SAT math and have worked with many students to prepare for both their ACT and SAT math tests.
In addition to earning a perfect score on both sections of the GRE, I have spent a lot of time thinking about test-taking and how to tackle the strategy of the test as well as the content.
I love supporting students in meeting their goals and am happy to do whatever it takes to help you get there! Although I have recently returned to graduate school to pursue a PhD in oceanography, I spent the last 9 years teaching high school science. I taught in a public school setting with a diverse group of students with a range of background and interests, and greatly enjoyed the challenge of
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