I am originally from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida where I was raised and I currently attend Georgia Tech in Atlanta, GA. I am majoring in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Computer Science. In my high school in Florida, I was part of the National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta Mathematics Honor Society, & the Science National Honor Society. Through these honor societies, I tutored many students at the middle and high school level in the various areas of general math and science, SAT & ACT prep, pre-algebra, algebra, algebra 2, precalculus, calculus, statistics, chemistry, physics, and biology for an approximate total of 200+ hours of tutoring through middle and high school. I enjoyed tutoring students as they would return to me for help after doing so well on their first test. When I tutor students, I try to relate to them as equals, showing honest appreciation and appraisal or constructive criticism or concern where necessary and appropriate. I try to never make students feel conspicuous or incompetent as tutoring is a team effort where communication, effort, and patience are key players to fully understanding the material. I am able to adjust to meet special learning needs as they become evident in the tutoring relationship as well as adjust the pace of work to fit the needs of the students. Overall, I believe I have the necessary experience and the positive tutoring approach to be an exceptional asset to the students with whom I will tutor in the future.Fun Facts: I like to think of myself as being an eclectic student, engaging in a variety of activities from playing leisure sports (mainly tennis, table tennis, swimming, and basketball) to solving complex logical mathematics and science problems. As a result, I take joy in competing in mathematics and science competitions on a state and national level. I also find making 3D computer models of just about anything and computer programming simple games to be very intriguing.