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I’m currently an undergraduate bioengineering student at UIC minoring in economics and set to begin graduate work next fall. Before transferring to UIC I attended Augustana College and pursued degrees in physics and environmental studies. I hold excellent interpersonal and math skills and am good at explaining as well as doing math problems which in my opinion is somewhat of a rarity among science and math teachers. Throughout my youth I coached a swim team and have always gained an immense satisfaction from helping others. Tutoring is a win-win situation for both parties. The student becomes fluent and develops interest in a subject they have struggled with in the past and I gain from helping them improve and succeed. I like to make learning fun and strive to make the information relatable to my students. This way we can become excited about the subjects which makes learning that much easier. Mostly I am interested in tutoring math and math-related subjects including economics. Throughout sessions I will always try to convey exactly how important it is to learn the information, because like it or not, even if the student is not interested in learning, I want to convey that in life we often are forced into tasks that are not always enjoyable. What’s important is to persevere and understand that there is no other option but to complete the task or learn the material and we can only gain from giving it our best effort. During free time I enjoy reading The Economist magazine, playing table tennis and badminton, and eating Thai food. Thank you for your time.

Undergraduate Degree:

 University of Illinois at Chicago - Current Undergrad, Bioengineering

Graduate Degree:

 University of Illinois at Chicago - Current Grad Student, Bioengineering

ACT Composite: 34

ACT English: 33

ACT Math: 36

ACT Reading: 30

ACT Science: 36

GRE Quantitative: 166

GRE Verbal: 160

He used to play water polo, loves to play ping pong now. Loves to explore food and enjoys spicy Thai food.

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