I'm a second-year engineering student at the University of Cambridge, and I aim to go into manufacturing engineering after I graduate. My current curriculum is extremely rigorous in math and physics, and I enjoy doing reading and research in my spare time to always push myself to the next level.
As a high school student, I struggled to be motivated in learning math and physics and doing drill sets unless I saw their real-world application and understood the underlying principles, and I really empathize with the frustration that many students feel when things don't "click". So, as a teacher, I try to deemphasize memorization in favor of really understanding the principles and the "why", not just learning formulas or methods and blindly applying them. I adapt my teaching style to each student and strive to explain things in a simple, clear, and relatable way. After each session, I want my students to be a step closer to approaching future problems with confidence and curiosity, empowered with the right tools!
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: University of Cambridge - Bachelor in Arts, Engineering, General
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1550
SAT Math: 760
SAT Verbal: 790
As an engineer, I LOVE making things, so I'm a big DIYer, through arts/crafts, woodworking, electronics, computer programming, cooking, and more! I've also played piano and cello my whole life and enjoy picking up new instruments too from time to time.
AP Computer Science A
AP Music Theory
AP Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism
SAT Subject Tests Prep
Technology and Computer Science