My academic journey began with homeschooling, with which I continued through high school. Although, from sophomore year till graduation I took all but a few of my courses at the local state college through the dual enrollment program. I was then accepted into the bioengineering program at Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU), where I am just entering into my senior year, and will be completing my bachelors in 2017.
Though I have not worked as a tutor in the past I have done brief volunteer work tutoring math (on a mission trip and to some friends and their kids). Aside from these, I understand what it is like to struggle through a course or subject, and have had to figure out how I learn. This has given me an understanding of the different ways that people learn.
Now as I am an engineer, I mainly tutor math, however I also have experience with human physiology, physics (general as well as the engineering ones like statics & dynamics and a bunch of electronics stuff), SAT test prep, as well as anything having to do with Bioengineering (yes that includes biomedical). I wouldn't say that I have a preference towards any of these because that changes so often, and whatever it is I happen to be interested in at that time, I get very passionate about.
Aside from school I enjoy a lot of different things like the outdoors, music (listening and playing), reading, talking about the universe, chess, and a ton of other random and not so random things. I heard the term polymath recently and I wouldn't say that's me (because those are people like Edison, Tesla, and all the people who seem to have made the modern world) but i'm definitely headed that way as I am constantly learning something new, whether it's trying to master it or just reading everything about it. My personality tends to be very goofy and caring, however I tend to be more like a charismatic businessman when first meeting people.