I am currently pursuing a Bachelor's degree in mathematics at the University of Pittsburgh. At Pitt, I have worked for two semesters as an Undergraduate Teaching Assistant in Introductory Physics for engineers, mainly focusing on calculus-based physics. Outside of Pitt, I have also tutored many private clients in subjects such as calculus, differential equations, physics, statistics, or introductory psychology. In my experience, I have found teaching physics to be the most fun and engaging subject to teach, as it allows for more connections and visualization of topics that many only see in a textbook. My tutoring style aligns with this idea, and I try to find ways to connect the material to real world examples as much as possible. In my free time, I enjoy watching or playing baseball, playing video games, running, or lifting weights.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus - Bachelor of Science, Mathematics
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1550
SAT Math: 790
SAT Verbal: 760
Working out, Playing/Watching Baseball, Playing chess, poker, or other strategy-based games