I have always been a student with diligence; in high school and currently in university, I was never the smartest student in class, but I worked the hardest to be one.
Teachers have always intrigued me in different ways and at different levels. As a youngster, I have thought that teachers are genius men and women that have been sent from the sky to bestow knowledge. As I have become more mature, I questioned why they would take a job with such low payment. But after I spent time carefully teaching other kids, I realized that it's not for everyone. But if it is for one, then it is a valuable and life-changing experience to give knowledge and make a "student." I have been blessed to learn this fact and would like to pursue this position as a tutor and perhaps a future teacher.
In regards to tutoring, I have spent half of my high school years tutoring other kids. I was a tutor for the STEM subjects during the lunch time and I have spent some time as a professional tutor for students outside of school. Teaching was a valuable experience that taught me as much as I have taught my students; I have learned that people are given different talents and I as the tutor, can be there to help cultivate the strengths and the weaknesses.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Arizona State University - Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering
ACT English: 30
ACT Math: 34
SAT Composite: 1970
SAT Math: 720
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