Every student has unique interests and a unique way of learning. Identifying these learning styles and encouraging these interests can help put students on the path to success. I like to share my passion for learning through my tutoring. I believe that learning should be made an enjoyable experience.
I am continuing an academic career in honours biochemistry at the University of Waterloo. I plan on going to professional school and pursuing a Doctor of Pharmacy degree. In high school, I graduated with the third highest average in my class. I received several certificates throughout my high school career for obtaining the highest averages in subjects such as math, science, French, and art.
During the summer I tutored high school students in probability, statistics and trigonometry. I do occasional high school tutoring sessions throughout the year in chemistry, English, French and other subjects. I have also worked for three months as a Teacher’s Assistant in an elementary school classroom.
I am a member of my local Swing dance club. I was also a Biochemistry Club representative during my first year of university. I enjoy baking, reading, watching documentaries and learning new languages.