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I am a Lake Oswego High School graduate and a current student at USCD studying Bioengineering. Throughout high school, I was enrolled in advanced classes including AP Calculus (AB and BC), AP Chemistry, AP Physics and AP Biology. Along with those I completed four years of Spanish and am fluent in grammar and vocabulary. I graduated high school with an unweighted GPA of 3.97 and a weighted GPA of 4.27. I provide La Jolla private math tutoring for both high school and elementary aged students. I have experience volunteering at Oak Creek elementary school working with students in the after schools programs focusing on math. My summer schedule is very flexible and I have most hours available.
I am a Lake Oswego High School graduate and a current student at USCD studying Bioengineering. Throughout high school, I was enrolled in advanced classes including AP Calculus (AB and BC), AP Chemistry, AP Physics and AP Biology. Along with those I completed four years of Spanish and am fluent in grammar and vocabulary. I graduated high school with an unweighted GPA of 3.97 and a weighted GPA of 4.27. I provide La Jolla private math tutoring for both high school and elementary aged students. I have experience volunteering at Oak Creek elementary school working with students in the after schools programs focusing on math. My summer schedule is very flexible and I have most hours available. - A math tutor in La Jolla, CA

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Current Undergrad, Bioengineering , University of California-Encinitas

I earned my Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Texas Christian University in May of 2016, while I spent the last 4 years in Fort Worth, Texas. I am now pursuing a Masters degree, also in Mechanical Engineering, at UCLA with an emphasis in structural dynamics and mechanical vibrations. Although largely informal, my tutoring experience spans across many years of helping my friends and classmates to understand subjects we were working on in class. I am able to teach high school level design, math and physics along with college level math and engineering classes. Of course, mechanical engineering is most enjoyable for me to teach, I also really enjoy helping others understand the world through math and science in any subject. This is why I enjoy La Jolla private science tutoring so much. My philosophy is the world can be understood and explained through math and science, and that these subjects provide us with the necessary tools to gain that understanding. Being able to understand the material, not just the ability to regurgitate it, is the best way to be successful. Each students path to full comprehension is different than the next as there is no one way to learn a subject. I am confident I can explain complex material in engineering and math in multiple ways to find the approach that best suits each student. Some examples of approaches I use are metaphors, real-life applications, examples, mathematical derivations, etc. With many approaches available we are able to use many during our La Jolla science tutoring sessions, ensuring holesome understanding by a student. I spend my free time playing for the club water polo team at UCLA, refereeing NCAA soccer, bodysurfing at the beach and backpacking. I especially enjoy exploring the great outdoors of this beautiful country.

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Bachelors, Engineering (Mechanical Emphasis), Texas Christian University Current Grad Student, Mechanical Engineering, University of California-Los Angeles

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Water Polo, Soccer, Hiking, Backpacking, Body surfing, Traveling, Cooking.

In 2015, I graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a BS in Mechanical Engineering in hand. My BS taught me how to apply my mathematics and physics skills to the design of mechanisms, engines, and robots. I also spend my college career as an active member of the Commonwealth Honors College. I had a desire to share my knowledge which led me to tutoring and teaching. I worked as a tutor and teachers assistant in math, physics, and engineering courses throughout college. During the summers, I used my skills to teach outdoorsmanship and nature merit badges at a Boy Scout Camp. My passions include math and physics but I am also well versed in test prep for the PSAT and SAT making La Jolla private SAT tutoring a perfect fit. Tutoring is a way for me to share my experiences, skills and passion with others who are wanting to reach their full potential and may be struggling to do so in the traditional classroom setting. I feel it is important to form a strong one-on-one bond to ensure the student is overcoming their challenges and continuing on the road to success. My La Jolla private SAT tutoring sessions produce successful results when a student-tutor bond exist. Outside of tutoring, I am a big fan of the outdoors and activies such as hiking, camping and disc golf. I also enjoy playing the guitar and singing, whether it is alone or with friends. In my freetime, I listen to podcasts, try out new recipes, and frequently worry about the state of the Red Sox pitching line up.

Tutor's Education

Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Tutor's Hobbies

Hiking, disc golf, cooking, playing guitar

I currently study Biochemistry/Cell Biology at UCSD and hope to pursue a career path in the medical field. I know although it may be hard, there is importance in creating a solid foundation of education to reach future career goals, as well as for a curious and driven perspective on the world. Throughout my education including my first year of college, I was observant while helping my peers with study skills and while working to improve my own. My observations revealed the different challenges that students go through every day and how these challenges can alter their outlook on education. Factors such as social, structural, and emotional nuances can create a challenging academic experience that varies student to student. This can inhibit a student’s willingness and curiosity to learn. Experiencing this first hand has helped me to become a successful La Jolla ACT tutor. I feel it is important to be familiar with my students educational upbringing and to help them find the motivation to learn through meaningful and captivating application to their own lives.

Tutor's Education

Current Undergrad, Biochemistry/Cell Biology, University of California-Encinitas

Tutor's Hobbies

Photography, Filmmaking, Music Production, Skateboarding

To me, working together is the most successful way to learn. Throughout my academic career I received help which helped me to overcome the most challenging parts of reaching my goals. I, myself, have experienced the difference knowledgeable help can make. This is how my passion for tutoring English in the La Jolla area began. I have previous experience helpling students in a diverse array of subjects, and in return I’m able adapt to students’ unique learning styles and help them reach their academic goals.

Tutor's Education

Bachelors, English Literature, Italian Literature, University of California-Los Angeles

Tutor's Hobbies

Reading, Writing, Rock Climbing, Travel

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