I'm a recent graduate of the University of Notre Dame. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Science-Computing--the University's equivalent of the pre-med major, but with additional credits reserved for a few Computer Science electives. While there, tutoring was one of the main activities I was involved in, and I found it deeply fulfilling when I'd see a certain idea suddenly click for my tutees.
My tutoring expertise is definitely in STEM, especially Math and Chemistry. I'm constantly amazed by how connected even the most disparate of STEM concepts can be, like the gears of a well-oiled machine: when learning new material, I always find myself revisiting old ideas in some new light and find unexpected relationships between the two.
I'm a strong visual learner, and this is reflected in my style of tutoring. I think that being able to picture something clearly instantly makes it significantly less abstract, and is particularly helpful when trying to dissect the inner workings of some multi-step process. That said, this isn't the only way I approach things, and there's enough flexibility with the sciences that I'd feel comfortable approaching things from some other angle, if it'd be more fruitful.
Beyond academics, I love playing the piano, learning computer programming, and video games, especially the main Mario titles (SMB3, 3D Land, Galaxy, Odyssey, etc.): of the ones I've played, I'm proud to say that I've completed all of them 100%.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Notre Dame - Bachelor of Science, Premedicine
ACT Composite: 35
ACT English: 35
ACT Math: 36
ACT Reading: 34
ACT Science: 34
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1540
SAT Math: 800
SAT Verbal: 740
SAT Writing: 780
SAT Mathematics Level 2: 800
- Piano - Computer programming - MCU movies - Video games - Reading
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