Having been a student who used to hate math, but eventually found a passion for it, I understand the things that make students disinterested and despise subjects. That’s why I avoid them! I have a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of South Florida and I tutor grades 8-College.

My tutoring style:

I help students become passionate about STEM subjects by focusing on their learning style, be it visual, lexical, analogue or otherwise.

Success story:

When I was 16, a classmate of mine was struggling with College Algebra and overheard I had recently become a math tutor. She reached out to me and asked if I could help. The student was an older woman coming back to college to finish her degree, and math definitely wasn’t her passion when we began. Through conversation I gleaned that she enjoyed classic puzzles (Sudoku, etc) and she had an astute vocabulary. Using this to my advantage, I introduced new topics throughout the semester by focusing on lexical definitions, vocabulary terms, and the problem solving process systematically. Prior to our tutoring sessions, she barely had a passing grade. However, by the end of the semester, she scored an A in College Algebra.

Hobbies and interests:

Running, video games, travel and exploration, chess, piano, music, creative writing, gaming tournaments

K-12 Mathematics
  • Elementary Math
  • Middle School Math
  • Pre-Algebra
  • Algebra I
  • Algebra II
  • Honors Algebra
  • Geometry
  • Trigonometry
  • Pre-Calculus
  • Calculus
  • AP Calculus AB
  • AP Calculus BC
College Mathematics
  • College Algebra
  • College Geometry
  • College Trigonometry
  • College Calculus I
  • College Calculus II
  • College Calculus III
Science
  • Biology
  • AP Biology
  • Physics
  • Honors Physics
  • AP Physics I
  • AP Physics II
  • AP Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism
  • AP Physics C: Mechanics
  • General Chemistry
Test Prep
  • SAT Math
  • ACT Math

When I was 16, a classmate of mine was struggling with College Algebra and overheard I had recently become a math tutor. She reached out to me and asked if I could help. The student was an older woman coming back to college to finish her degree, and math definitely wasn’t her passion when we began. Through conversation I gleaned that she enjoyed classic puzzles (Sudoku, etc) and she had an astute vocabulary. Using this to my advantage, I introduced new topics throughout the semester by focusing on lexical definitions, vocabulary terms, and the problem solving process systematically. Prior to our tutoring sessions, she barely had a passing grade. However, by the end of the semester, she scored an A in College Algebra.

Tutoring subjects:

Algebra
Geometry
Trigonometry
Pre-Calculus
Calculus
Biology
Physics
ACT Math
SAT Math