I earned my B.A. in Economics in University of California in Berkeley. I have two semesters of tutoring experience while working as an economics tutor. I have a strong academic background that can support me in various subjects such as math, statistics and economics. I am especially good with numbers which is why I averaged A- in all the quantitative math classes during my study in UC Berkeley.
Also, since I finished my high school in China before I came to the US, it prepared me well enough for the Chinese tutoring jobs, and more importantly; growing up taking tests as a Chinese student largely enhanced my tests preparing abilities which will allow me to help students preparing tests much more effectively.
My personality is best suited for tutoring. I am approachable, confident and patient. Also, I am concerned with details and enthusiastic with teaching, which made me meticulous about what I teach.
Based on my academic background and past experience, I am sure that I can flexibly adjust my approach to meet the students’ needs and also help them establish a strong work ethics and independent problem-solving ability.
I am looking forward to meet you and I am sure I will help you achieve your academic goal successfully. And more importantly, studying hard is my way of realizing my American dream and I would love to share my experience with you.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of California-Berkeley - Bachelors, Economics
GRE Quantitative: 170
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Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
My teaching philosophy is to help student earn better grades while having fun and studying effectively.
What might you do in a typical first session with a student?
Getting to know him or her, finding out what he or she wants from the tutor session and, finally, telling him or her the method I would love to use.
How can you help a student become an independent learner?
Share my experience and also my understanding.
How would you help a student stay motivated?
Encourage students all the time, and also give the student the feeling of making progress every time, by giving similar exercises to the concept we just covered.
If a student has difficulty learning a skill or concept, what would you do?
Giving the student an example from real life, and also trying to use diagrams as often as possible.