I have a strong passion for science and want to help inspire more future scientists. I have had experience tutoring since high school where I have taught middle schoolers, high schoolers, and college students. After I finished my high school classes in the morning I would take college courses at UNM in the afternoon. Doing this allowed me to graduate with a high school diploma, an Associate degree of General Science, and an Associate degree of Liberal Arts. I am still attending the University of New Mexico to get a Bachelor of Science in Physics. My hopes are that I can get into a good graduate program for Physics or Astrophysics so that I can become a professor. I tutor Physics, Chemistry, Geometry, Algebra, and Calculus. My favorite subjects to tutor are Physics, and Geometry. Physics and geometry are my favorite subjects to tutor since I am very passionate about physics and believe it can be taught at every level of education. Why geometry is a favorite might have seemed weird at first, but Einstein himself believed geometry is a branch of physics not math. This is why physics is for all ages. I focus on improving the students understanding of the subject. Then I focus on teaching them what critical, creative, and/or logical thinking they need to apply to the subject. For example I will start by ensuring the student has a vivid understanding of how gravity and acceleration are related before teaching them how a pendulum works or how to solve for the path of a rocket. I believe that by knowing how to critically think for a subject allows you to apply what you have learned for life, this also makes studying for finals much easier in the future. Outside of school I enjoy listening to music, working with computers in general and learning other languages. I enjoy improving who I am by meditating, reading, and exercising every day.
Undergraduate Degree: University of New Mexico-Main Campus - Bachelor of Science, Physics
ACT Science: 32
I enjoy playing the guitar, coding, reading, learning other languages, running, and doing independent research.