I attended University of California, Irvine as a Regent's Scholar, initially attending to work towards a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Though I learned much in the fields of math and science, I have since made many changes in my life and eventually graduated from Coleman University with a Bachelor's in Game Programming Development and Design.
During my high school years I volunteered as an after school tutor to help my class reach the same understanding of math and science that I had. I also volunteered as a classroom tutor at my mother's Montessori school. I tutor Mathematics and Physics, and my favorite subject is Calculus. I want to help students better understand the way this world works through these academic subjects, and I can do that by using real-world problems can be solved by learning and utilizing a new concept of mathematics.
Outside of academia, I enjoy video games, programming, reading, walking, card and board games, and interacting with my pet cats.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Coleman University - Bachelors, Game Programming, Development, and Design
SAT Composite: 2140
SAT Math: 800
SAT Verbal: 680
SAT Writing: 660
I enjoy video games, programming, reading, walking, card and board games, and interacting with my pet cats.
Q & A
What is your teaching philosophy?
Achieving an understanding of all the underlying concepts of the material by using relatable examples.