Nothing is more fulfilling to me than helping other people learn something new or figure out a problem (or puzzle) that they've spent countless hours mulling over in their minds. I've helped many friends throughout my high school and college years with such things, and now want to broaden my scope to provide assistance to those who may benefit more. Graduated from Klein Oak High School in 2019, I now attend Texas A&M University and am pursuing a double major in computer science and math. I mostly enjoy tutoring in math, computer science, and physics, because all of those subjects contain math, my favorite subject by far. There are simply no limits in math, and the possibilities are endless. Unlike most teachers in high school and college, I don't believe in the "classic", "old school" ways of teaching. When I teach, I try to attack problems from a different point of view and give insight into the problem that normal methods don't give. Understanding the concept is key, and afterward comes repetition. With a firm understanding of concepts and several practice problems, any subject becomes easy. In my free time, I enjoy rock climbing (the most), coding personal projects, skeet shooting, and reading good old fashioned books.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Texas A M University-College Station - Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1520
SAT Math: 790
SAT Verbal: 730
Rock Climbing Skeet Shooting Reading Piano Drumming Computer Science Video Games