EducationDoctor of Optometry at Southern California College of Optometry, 2014.
BS in Biology at University of California Riverside, 2006.
High School degree at Santiago High School, 2002.
Valedictorian, Rank #1
Experience2010-present Teaching Assistant at SCCO
2006-2009 ClubZ! tutoring
2006-present Private tutoring
1998-2002 Volunteer tutor at Corona Public Library
OAT: 370 out of 400 (96th percentile)
SAT I: 1440 out of 1600 (in 2001)
GRE: 1300 out of 1600 (in 2008)
Learning is a life long process, and it doesn't have to be boring...unless you make it that way. So how do you get a student excited about sitting down to read, write, and do numbers?
1. Get to know your students on a personal level. Have you ever had a tutor who goes straight into the homework without asking how you're doing? Bleh.
2. Be positive. There is nothing more discouraging than having a teacher or peer look down on you. If there is going to be criticism, it has to be done constructively and gracefully.
3. Be patient. Every student has a different speed, and the teacher must be flexible enough to work with that.
HobbiesCycling, rock climbing, playing piano, singing.
SAT all subjects, Math & Science, Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus, Geometry, College applications, SAT Math, SAT Reading, SAT Writing, Trigonometry, Biology, Chemistry, Science, English, ACT, GED, LSAT, SAT 1, SAT 2, GRE, Computer Skills, Kindergarten - 8th Grade, Essay writing, Standardized test taking, ASVAB
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