I received my Bachelors and Masters from the University of Akron, in Ohio. My graduate studies were more towards Transportation engineering. Soon after grad school, I started my career as a Traffic Engineer, which is my passion, in a private consulting company in the city of Columbus, OH. Last year in high school, I used to have two students whom they were also my friends and we were studying for the exam together and I used to troubleshoot for them after school hours. When I was in college, I had a student that I was teaching him Physics. That was the very first time that I was getting paid for teaching and looked at it in a more serious way. Then I had couple more students in college which were also my friends.
I am pretty good and knowledgeable in math and physics related courses and they are my favorite areas of interest.
When I teach, my main goal is to do my best to have the student feel comfortable with me and let me know if he/she needs more practice and does not hesitate to ask more questions, any type of questions, even if they might sound silly. Then I put every effort to address the student problems/issues and help him/her to understand the concept in various ways. So, the student can overcome the problem in the exam without being worried. It is always nice to solve enough example problems, so the student would feel confident and assured that we have covered almost all type of questions. I do care about students and I want to make sure they get the service that they are asking/expecting for. It is really important that we know what to expect from each other at the very beginning. :)
Undergraduate Degree: University of Akron Main Campus - Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering
Graduate Degree: University of Akron Main Campus - Master of Science, Civil Engineering
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Elementary School Math
Exam P - Probability
FE Exam - Professional Licensed Engineer Fundamentals of Engineering Exam
GRE Subject Test in Mathematics
GRE Subject Tests
High School Physics
PCAT Quantitative Ability
SAT Subject Tests Prep
Statics and Dynamics