I have graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a Bachelor of Science in Space Physics! I have been a chemistry laboratory teaching assistant for three years and four months. On top of that, since I have been exposed to higher level physics classes, I have assisted fellow colleagues with physics, chemistry, and math problems.
I tutor for math, chemistry, and physics subjects. I have a couple of favorite subjects that I like to tutor. One of them is chemistry. I had the opportunity to be exposed to chemistry all throughout my undergraduate career, so I have grown an appreciation towards the subject and what it entails. The reason why I love it so much, is because we get to discover what happens on a molecular level just by looking at the chemical equations. Which ions attract to one another to form that precipitate or what molecule is that produced gas composed of? I also favor physics because we can explain the natural phenomena through equations. To make the mysterious less unknown, has a wonder in itself.
Being able to help students recognize the wonder of learning and how things happen the way they do is one of the reasons why I love teaching. Everyone learns differently, so I try to assist a student first by getting to know how they like to learn, whether that is by taking notes, visually, or through word of mouth.
I have been quite busy during my undergraduate career, so free time was limited. When I did have free time however, I enjoyed de-stressing myself through getting my body moving. I would play tennis, go for a run, go hiking, or work out. I was very keen on adventure so often times I would drive around my college town and have the pleasure of stumbling upon a road that would overlook all of Prescott. I appreciate the little things that life has to offer and any relaxing break from studying was welcomed.
Undergraduate Degree: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott - Bachelor of Science, Astrophysics
Reading, playing tennis, running, working out