...Currently, I am also participating in a graduate-level study program to achieve my Chartered Financial Analyst designation. This program allows me to share the student perspective, and teach almost every level of math and finance. My students would describe me as patient and accommodating.
Los Angeles, CAView Tutor
...I will explain why it makes sense to me, and in the same way it will make sense to you too. Your understanding will be no better or worse than a professional mathematician or even great minds of the past like Archimedes, Euler and Andrew Wiles. I know you can do it!
Northridge, CAView Tutor
...I think my greatest strength as a Tutor is my ability to communicate the material in a clear, easy-to-understand manner. My first specialty is Math. I started tutoring math voluntarily when I was a sophomore in high school and then continued to do so professionally while at UCLA.
Santa Monica, CAView Tutor
...I know how it feels when teachers talk down to their students - plenty of engineering profs don't get this. With kindness and empathy, the learning experience becomes comfortable and even enjoyable. I also try to instill trust!
North Hollywood, CAView Tutor
...I completed my MBA at UCLA Anderson in July, 2015. After graduating from UC Berkeley, I took the GRE and my Verbal Reasoning score was in the 96th percentile, while my Quantitative Reasoning score was in the 93rd percentile. More recently, I prepared for the GMAT on my own and scored a 740 (97th percentile) on the first try.
Studio City, CAView Tutor