I grew up in Los Angeles and moved to Nashville to attend Vanderbilt University, where I am currently a sophomore pursuing a bachelor of arts degree in Medicine, Health, and Society. Being a student, Ive understood the frustration of not knowing what to do or who to turn to in the moment I dont understand something. This feeling can be very disheartening, but having the right person to guide you can make all the difference. For struggling students, I want to be that person to help them reach their full potential. In high school, I tutored people (mostly high school students like myself at the time) within the community, and it was personally rewarding every time I saw a student gain confidence in their studies.
I believe that learning should be enjoyable, comfortable, and productive for everyone. Because every person learns differently, it is important to decide what learning style suits each student best and to establish an environment where the student is comfortable to actively engage and ask for any help they need. Therefore, my teaching style is rather flexible, accommodating, and goal-oriented.
I tutor many subjects ranging from English, math, Spanish, social sciences/humanities and test prep. I enjoy tutoring subjects within social sciences because I find them the most interesting to discuss, as well as test prep because it is very straightforward to teach. Outside of school and work, Im interested in art, music, fashion, photography and volunteering.
Undergraduate Degree: Vanderbilt University - Bachelor in Arts, Sociology and Anthropology
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1600
SAT Math: 800
SAT Verbal: 800
SAT Writing: 790
Photography, art, music, makeup
College Application Essays
Elementary School Math
High School English