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EducationI am a student at Princeton University, and I have always had the desire to expand both my personal and peers knowledge. I am a double major in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering with a double minor in Applications of Computing and Robotics and Intelligent Systems. Princeton University has been rated #1 college in the USA by U.S. News for the past six years.
ExperienceMy years thus far have shown me how important it is to work and learn diligently. I have always been helping my peers, younger students, and family with whatever subjects they needed assistance in. My primary passion lies in the realm of physics and mathematics which are the fundamental basics of engineering. Along with these subjects, I have enjoyed US History, chemistry, computer science, and many more.
I have never been paid for tutoring, but I have helped numerous people study and learn their respective subjects. These included standardized tests including the ACT and SAT, math classes ranging from algebra to calculus, physics, and Spanish students transitioning to English as a second language. Currently, I have studied mathematics through differential equations. My physics knowledge extends from general physics into electricity and magnetism into general dynamics and fluid mechanics. My knowledge for computer science includes basic of computers even into the machine level. I am familiar with JAVA, Python, MATLAB, and C. I scored exceptionally on the ASVAB, ACT, SAT, and SAT Mathematics II Subject Test with scores of 94, 35, 1450, and 760, respectively.
As a tutor, I aspire to help others expand their knowledge to seize the means of their opportunity. I have a firm belief that knowledge is power. With the ability to assist others in mastering subjects, it provides them with the ability to empower themselves to pursue their dreams. I have had numerous informal tutoring engagements. I would often assist classmates with studying and learning the material for class. The earliest time I can recall performing these actions was 8th grade in prealgbera where I helped a friend. This continued through high school helping my peers any chance I could. As my years progressed in high school, my ability to tutor those around me expanded. I began only helping with math classes like algebra, geometry, and precalculus, but it moved into various other subjects. I helped a friend learn how to better study for AP US History. By my senior year, I was tutoring three students in my AP Physics class and helped them raise their grades by a full letter grade. I also had the opportunity my senior year to participate in a program through my Spanish class that helped younger elementary students. These students were ESOL (English as a second or foreign language) and required help transitioning into the American school system. I was given the chance to work with a first grader from Honduras and helped him master the basics of reading, writing, and speaking. My tutoring continued into college where my former high school peers would reach out to me for assistance in math and physics in college. This past semester I helped tutor a friend at Clemson University while she took physics 101.
As a high school student, I received excellent grades that allowed me to maintain a 4.0 GPA throughout. I maintained a math average of 100 or higher through every class except precalculus which I took online and received a 99.49. I was a part of our schools math team where I was captain for 4 years and helped lead our team to our first ever top three finish in Math Quest for the Charleston Tri-Country Area in 2014. My ability to perform in my other classes were just as great. I finished physics with a 100 as well. I was the first student in 8 years to score a five on the AP US History Exam at my school. I pursued excellence in all my classes and pushed myself to learn as much as I could. I hope my high school experience can be applied to help others learn.
As a college student, I am currently an engineering student. By attending a liberal arts college, I have had the opportunity to explore and study subject matters outside of engineering to include: religion, computer science, classics, sociology, and more.
Check my schedule to see when I am free. I am willing to travel and meet students or do online sessions. I am charging $50/hr for lessons, but am willing to negotiate because I am new to this. Just contact me and I will discuss pricing with you if there are any problems! I look forward to working with you!
HobbiesI am extremely passionate about ultimate frisbee and play it year round. During my free time, I enjoy working hands on like working on my 1996 Jeep Cherokee or building my own Bluetooth speakers. I am also the Head of Hardware for Princeton Autonomous Vehicle Engineers. We are attempting to fully automate a Ford Fusion to be able to self-drive. While home from school, I enjoy spending time with my three miniature Australian shepherds.
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