I am a student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in computer science. As someone who has recently gone through the stresses of high school, it is fresh in my mind what is needed to set expectations and meet goals for AP exams, SATs, and college admissions. Over the past year, I have mentored students younger than me on the college admissions process by giving personalized college suggestions to fit the individual's needs--carefully curated based on months of collective research on universities in both the U.S. and around the world. Additionally, I have meticulously edited college essays for general applications as well as direct admit applications into specific programs such as engineering and business. All of my students been very satisfied with being accepted into well reputable universities highly ranked for their intended major. It is important to note, though, that these students already had strong academic foundations to start with.
Making the slightest of a difference in others' lives is rewarding to me as I know that I have made a subtle mark on the world and can rest peacefully knowing that I made an effort in doing so. My life philosophy is that most of the time, there is not a call to action that is obvious enough for one to grasp firmly. It is after patiently digging deeper that you finally find what it is. And even after finding it, it is crucial to remain cognizant, not losing perception of the obscure figurative chimes that repeatedly signal more hints in the distance but just barely within reach. When applying this concept to teaching, I tell my students to keep dedicating themselves with respect to the long run as opposed to short term gratification. That is to say, I tutor my students with their best interests in mind for the future. I genuinely want others to succeed, so I try my best to encourage them to develop unique thinking patterns and enhance their academic skills with various different learning styles in mind.
I am comfortable tutoring all K-6 and middle school students for any academic subject. Additionally, I am able to tutor all math and science classes at the high school level for regular, honors, or AP instruction. If you need assistance with understanding basic computer science syntax and principles in Java, debugging programs, testing and interpreting code, or preparing for computer science exams, I can assist with this as well.
Please reach out to me for guidance on AP exams, SATs, college admissions/selection/essays, and K-12 academic subjects.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Wisconsin-Madison - Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
Some of my interests include technology, architecture, photography, film, music, reading, running, learning, and traveling. In terms of favorite foods, I love mahi-mahi fish tacos, oysters Rockefeller, and sushi.
AP Computer Science A
College Application Essays
High School Biology
High School Chemistry
High School Physics
High School Writing
Middle School English
Middle School Science
Study Skills and Organization
Technology and Computer Science