Learning is only beneficial so long as you understand and apply the knowledge. I am committed to ensuring that the time you are spending learning is not wasted, and you find a way to truly engage and understand the material.
Currently, I am a Neuroscience and Journalism major at Case Western Reserve University with an Economics minor. Outside of my academics, I enjoy playing volleyball and running, baking, and writing. I am a featured writer at The Borgen Project, and I have a personal website, inConsequential.
My tutoring experiences started when I was a sophomore in high school at the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy. I worked with middle schoolers at a nearby after-school camp, helping them with various subjects such as math, the humanities, and the arts. I worked with one student once a week for the whole year, so I developed a personal relationship and found that watching my student grow from session-to-session was one of the most rewarding feelings.
Throughout the remainder of my high school years, I have continued tutoring middle school students, and I have worked with other high schoolers to help them in subjects such as math, science, and writing. I was both a peer tutor and a writing tutor, so I gained plenty of experience in teaching with various styles and adapting my methods to best fit the students' needs. Throughout my years, I have seen my students succeed in whichever aspect they choose to be tutored in, and as someone who is committed to providing students the best use of their time, I always ask for feedback to make sure my students are getting what they want.
Undergraduate Degree: Case Western Reserve University - Bachelor of Science, Neuroscience
ACT Composite: 35
ACT English: 35
ACT Math: 35
ACT Reading: 36
ACT Science: 34
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1550
SAT Math: 790
SAT Verbal: 760
SAT Writing: 760
Volleyball, debate, writing, and cooking