I received my bachelor’s in chemical engineering and have taught ACT, SAT, ISEE, SSAT, HSPT, GRE, and GMAT prep for the last 8 years. During my tenure at Stanford, I tutored grades K-6 in all subjects as part of a summer program. I also tutored organic chemistry, biology, and physics on the collegiate level. Most recently, I’ve had experience tutoring high school students in AP calculus, SAT, ACT and test prep for the ISEE. I am very passionate about investigating one’s learning needs and figuring out the best way to help students reach their scholastic goals. I love developing a relationship with my students so that we can build a foundation on trust and really specify their academic needs. I know how to teach visual, verbal, and kinesthetic learners. I’ve served as a leader in my engineering teams, taking extra time to teach people how to use specific programming software. I was always an excellent student and I understand how to make subjects interesting whether it comes to flashcards, visual drawings on the board, interactive games, or other methods. My goal is to enhance students’ intrinsic motivation by equipping them with organizational strategies to do well in any class they take. In undergrad, I spent a year working on a research project called Adaptive Significance of Selfing in a Hermaphroditic Fish under biology professor, Dr. Ryan Early. This research shed light on the mechanisms behind population genetics and evolution. Additionally, I shadowed several doctors as a part of the company, Global Medical Brigades. As treasurer, I helped organize free medical clinics in rural Panama where we treated hundreds of locals who didn’t have healthcare. I really connect with hands-on learning experiences and that happens to be the way I prefer to teach as well.