I am a 20 year old college student at the University of Texas at Austin. I major in Biomedical Engineering and am entering my 3rd year of the program. After my undergraduate, I plan on enrolling into a law school to further pursue my dreams of being a patent lawyer specifically in the field of medical devices. As a Officer of the National Honor Society early on, I felt entitled to live up to my role by reaching out to other students in need. It was an obligation of mine to use what has made me successful in school and learning and manifest that to others. I have been tutoring students of all ages for years and I believe that Frog Tutoring opens the doors to many other students in need. Since I have been accepted into the University of Texas at Austin, I have been looking for the right niche for focusing my passion on tutoring towards. Frog Tutoring is that niche. I take a deeper approach to tutoring than most. I believe in helping the root cause of learning limitations, which means fixing study habits and learning strategies. I believe every student is very capable of learning the material but the way that the subject is approached is the real issue, To do this, I not only help on a problem by problem basis but also how each problem is thought of and how a problem solving strategy is formulated. Fun Facts: Even though most of my friends would tell you that I am a sports guy, I am actually an avid pianist. I have played since my mother FORCED me in the 2nd grade and it just so happens that I fell in love with the art of musicianship. The challenges of a difficult piece keep me engaged and always active in my perfection of piano.