Springfield, MA, 06082
Joined on August, 2014
Weekdays after 5PM
Up to 10 minutes away for no additional charge
EducationCurrently: Biomedical Engineering Masters student at the University of Connecticut doing a full-time clinical engineering internship at Baystate Medical Center
Biomedical Engineering graduate from SUNY Stony Brook, minor in Studio Art
magna cum laude
ExperienceI have tutored two students in the TEAS math section and SAT math section.
I have also tutored several students in high school for algebra as well as a college student in Calculus 2
GRE score: 160 Verbal/ 162 Math
SAT score: 2080
AP Calc: 4
AP Bio: 5
I want to be a tutor because I enjoy helping and teaching people. I am very patient and I understand that each student is unique and so I am good at identifying the best teaching technique to get maximum results.
I have taken and gotten an A in Calculus 1, Statistics for Engineering students (AMS 310), Biology and Physiology (BIO 202 and 203), physics (PHY 131) as well as writing and english courses. Through my biomedical engineering courses, I have mastered a lot of calculus and math techniques that I have learned previously and therefore I am better equipped to teach others.
I have done research at a biomechanics lab at SUNY Stony Brook for 1.5 years and have presented at several events.
I was a Resident Assistant for 2 years and helped many incoming students figure out what they needed to graduate on time and helped them navigate through the campus.
I worked at the Young Investigator's Review, an undergraduate research journal, as the Layout Editor in addition to editing the articles constructively.
In 2012 I went to Ghana with a team of 30 for a medical brigade and served over 900 patients in the Asafa community.
HobbiesI am a very creative person and as an art minor I enjoy drawing and painting. On a daily basis I read, listen to music and watch TV shows. I get along with people well and I am an easy-going person in general.
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