Nearly a decade of tutoring and teaching at top universities has shown me that no matter the student's background, common sense and preparation are the keys success. I work with graduate, college, and high school students to enhance their math and communication skills, all the way from Pre-Algebra and English I to Vector Calculus, Statistical Inference, and Scientific Reporting.
As the oldest of four, with two siblings who have special needs, I draw from patient understanding and motivation to assist those with special needs, whether they have ADHD, autism, or are gifted.
My high school students usually see the best progress when preparing for AP Exams and the SAT Math, Verbal or Writing sections. I love helping students through the college preparation process.
College and graduate students usually work with me to learn Research Design & Methodology, Advanced Probability & Statistics, Econometrics, Maximum Likelihood Estimation, and Academic Writing.
I endeavor to instill time management skills, confidence, and technical ability in my students so that they can continue on with intellectual curiosity and the knowledge that I will always be in their corner.
My academic research is published in top peer-reviewed outlets. PhD, MPhil and MA at Columbia; BA at Washington University in St. Louis.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Washington University in St Louis - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science/Applied Stats
SAT Composite: 2270
SAT Math: 750
SAT Verbal: 730
SAT Writing: 790
Solving brain teasers, cooking Mark Bittman's cuisine, running, and playing the guitar.
College Political Science
Elementary School Math
High School English
SAT Subject Tests Prep
Study Skills and Organization
Technology and Computer Science