Hi there! I am a creative individual with a technical-mind. I love math, any creative outlet, and helping people succeed at their work or studies. My tutoring style involves a mix of repetition, real-world analogies, and hand-drawn pictures/diagrams to help my students grasp the concepts they are struggling with. I have learned to use such a variety of tools in my own studies. Now, as I work with my own students, I gauge their comprehension while working through material and apply different techniques based on their personality/learning style. While I love sharing what I know, I like to ask questions that will lead the student to discover the answer themselves. In my experience, I gain more confidence when an answer I generate is affirmed, as opposed to just being fed the answer in a lecture. Learning is better as an interactive experience.
I graduated from Lone Star College in 2017 with an Honors Associate of Science degree, and now I'm living and loving the Aggie life as a transfer student at Texas A&M in pursuit of a Bachelor's degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering. When I'm not studying or working, I love hanging out with friends, doing volunteer work, and building with my Lego collection whatever my imagination (and available pieces) will allow me to.
I have been a tutor for the last academic year, and I love being able to help students succeed in their studies. My tutoring experience includes areas of physics, math, and writing. Below is a list highlighting my tutoring experience.
AP Physics C (Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism)
College/University Physics I and II.
Elementary School Math
Check below for a full list of the subjects I have excelled in and can tutor. I look forward to helping you or your student to excel as well!
P.S. If you're interested in seeing my writing style, check out some of my research projects at http://people.tamu.edu/~takuam/undergrad-research
Undergraduate Degree: Lone Star College System - Associate in Science, Mechanical Engineering
Undergraduate Degree: Texas A & M University-College Station - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering
Building with Legos, sand volleyball, hanging out with friends, anything sci-fi
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
AP Physics C: Mechanics
Basic Computer Literacy
Elementary School Math
High School Physics
Study Skills and Organization
Technology and Coding