I am a sophomore student at Cornell University, studying Computer Science. I also find Linguistics and Natural Language Processing extremely interesting, and I hope to pursue a minor in them. In my spare time, you might find me singing, reading, or cooking! My passion for teaching has been present for as long as I can remember. My younger brother has a learning disability, and so I have spent most of my life trying to see the world the way he sees it, while letting him into mine. This ongoing experience has given me an appreciation for the dimension and variety that minds offer, and it has taught me that not everyone learns, or thinks, the same way. I hope to provide accommodation and empathy in everything I do, and learn just as much from my students as they do from me! My formal tutoring experience was with refugee students, whom I taught English and math. That exposure gave me an introduction to tutoring those who may not be as comfortable with English, and I built on my skill of speaking concisely and simply when required. I tutor a broad range of subjects, but most enjoy teaching middle and high school English, Social Science, and Math. I am a firm believer in education, and its power to uplift and encourage. This is something that I have seen in my parents' lives, and one that as a college student I am now experiencing firsthand. It is my goal to be of great help to all my students on their educational path!
Undergraduate Degree: Cornell University - Bachelor of Science, Computer Science
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1540
SAT Math: 770
SAT Verbal: 770
I love to sing! I am currently in an a cappella group in college, and being involved in that community has brought me a lot of fulfillment, musically and otherwise. I also enjoy reading, and my most read genres are classics and fantasy. If I'm not doing the above, you'll probably find me scrolling through YouTube for hours straight, or cooking.