I studied mathematics during undergrad and fell in love with using logic and numbers to sift through the world.
I then went on to obtain two masters degrees in economics. I love economics because it is a smart combination of statistical rigor and humanity.
I also was an economics Ph.D. student in University of California, Davis studying theoretical microeconomics and econometrics for 3 years before I dropped out in 2019.
I realized that what I love the most is applying knowledge to solve real world problems and help other people understand things.
I still love economics but I am much more into applying statistics, econometrics, and programming to solve real problems.
I fell in love with teaching during my Ph.D. years. I love to see how students can really understand things if they find the right way -- the right people or the right recourses -- to learn from. I want to be students' right kind of way to learn!
I strive to try my best to use what I know to help students solve problems and understand things with more clarity.
I firmly believe that seeing things from different perspectives is the fastest way to gain real understanding.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Nevada-Las Vegas - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics
Graduate Degree: University of California-Davis - Master of Arts, Econometrics and Quantitative Economics
GRE Quantitative: 168
GRE Verbal: 166
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Basic Computer Literacy
High School Business
High School Economics
Technology and Coding