I received my Bachelor's in Psychology with a Certificate in Symbolic, Cognitive and Linguistic Systems as a member of Barrett, The Honors College from Arizona State University. I am currently seeking a Master's to further my interest in law and psychology.
I've tutored ever since I was offered the opportunity to mentor math students in the 7th grade. I've tutored subjects ranging from Math to Science to English to Music Theory. However, the subjects I most love to tutor are Math and Science. In college, I took a class called "Discrete Math" where we were forced to provide proofs for basic mathematical theorems. It made math more complex, but it also gave me a deeper understanding of math. As for science, I spend much of my time reading about novel scientific advances and I hope to contribute to that body of research in academia.
I would describe my tutoring style as empathic and resilient. I try to see where the student will most benefit, then continue that pattern. While continuing that pattern, I try to help the student acknowledge his/her own most efficient methods of learning so they can have life-long success.
I have many hobbies, such as participating in ASU Mock Trial, learning about science, playing video games, writing, and playing guitar. I am most passionate about Mock Trial, as I love learning about the law and advocating in a simulated setting. Additionally, I love mastering certain parts of advocacy that typically law students and new attorneys seek to learn.
Undergraduate Degree: Arizona State University - Bachelor of Science, Psychology
ACT Composite: 30
ACT English: 30
ACT Math: 32
ACT Reading: 31
Law, Psychology, Video Games, Writing, Music
AP US History
College Computer Science
College Level American History
Elementary School Math
High School Computer Science
High School English
High School Level American History
Study Skills and Organization
Technology and Coding