I love math, physics, and music--so much so, that during undergrad, I picked up a math minor for fun--and I get a kick out of tricking my younger brothers and friends into enjoying my occasional STEM spiels.
My perspective on tutoring aligns with the phrase, "simple terms, big ideas"; it's important to explain complex ideas in a familiar, relatable manner, and to engage students in such a way that not only keeps them on the same page, but also lets their teacher gauge where students' familiarities lie. Quite frequently, I worked one-on-one with fellow engineering students, family members, and even students with whom I shared my advanced math-minor classes, to explain homework, aid with test prep, and help with lab reports or projects, among other things.
Outside of academics, I fill up my free time with fencing, playing piano and guitar, gardening, and I've recently taken up surfing.
Happy to tutor in high school and college math, high school physics and college physics, guitar, and bass.
University of Michigan grad student pursuing an M.S. in Electrical Engineering/Photonics;
Binghamton University graduate with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and a Math minor
Undergraduate Degree: SUNY at Binghamton - Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering
Graduate Degree: University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - Master of Science, Electrical Engineering
GRE Verbal: 162
Physics, Math, Guitar, Bass, Piano, Gardening, Épée Fencing, Surfing, Rock Climbing, Cooking
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
AP Physics C: Mechanics
Electrical and Computer Engineering
High School Physics
Technology and Coding