I am a graduate of Cornell University, where I received my B.S. in Biological Engineering and am currently working on completing my M. Eng. in Biomedical Engineering. Throughout my undergraduate career, I have been tutoring fellow students whenever I can and helping them achieve their academic goals.
While I tutor a variety of topics, my favorite ones are definitely science (biology, chemistry, & physics) and math. Given my background, I can definitely provide many real world applications and develop a good foundation for my students to solidify their understanding.
I wholeheartedly believe that with some organization, perseverance and passion (and a bit of fun) one can accomplish any goal they have in mind. These are some of the transferable skills that can be taken beyond academia and into daily life.
Outside of tutoring, you can find me either a research lab or training for a race. Besides my ongoing engineering research project, I enjoy outdoor activities immensely and actively take part in triathlons (whether it be participating or volunteering). Fun fact: I am officially an Ironman, which means I finished a 140.6 mile triathlon race!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Cornell University - Bachelor of Science, Biological Engineering
Graduate Degree: Cornell University - Masters, Biomedical Engineering
SAT Math: 780
High School Biology
High School Chemistry
High School Physics
Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
Each student has his/her own individual learning style. I am able to adapt and learn as I teach, so I can find what is best for each student.