My teaching methods will revolve strongly around a brief overview of the theoretical aspects of the material, with a bulk of time spent on solving problems to get you accustomed to understanding how the theory is practically applied. My working times are more or less dependent on your availability (as long as it doesn't entirely clash with my school schedule - but with virtual learning this is still flexible).
I am currently a chemical engineering student at McGill University in Montreal. I have extensive knowledge in Mathematics (Algebra, Calculus 1-3, Trigonometry, and ODEs), as well as the sciences (Chemistry, and Physics). Additionally, I can help with University-level Thermodynamics.
I lived in China for 2 years where I completed my High School education (American System). As a result, I have good knowledge with the American system (AP exams, and SATs). I received a score of 1510 on the SAT, and received a Dean's Honor List Scholarship during my first year at McGIll.
Depending on the level of the course taught, the rate might increase in order to accommodate the larger workload I must put into preparing the material.
Mathematics: Highly skilled in Algebra, Trigonometry, Linear Algebra, Calculus 1-3, ODEs, and Vector Calculus.
Chemistry: Thorough understanding of high school chemistry, and university-level material science
Physics: Knowledgeable grasp of simple Mechanics and Electromagnetic Waves & Optics.
Thermodynamics: Technical understanding of complex concepts such as the 1st and 2nd Law of
Thermodynamics, the utility of fugacity as a property, residual properties, and chemical reaction
Programing: Intermediate knowledge in Python 3
Team Leadership: Willingly taking the lead on group work and coordinating work-load distributions
between team members.
McGill University 2019-Present
Bachelor of Engineering, Chemical Engineering Montreal, Qc
SAT: Received a score of 1510, placed in the 99th percentile, in October 2018.
Public Forum Debate: Awarded 1st place in Dalian Regional Championship in China and awarded 10th
place in China National Championship.
Dean’s Honor List: Received Dean’s Honor List Scholarship for first-year studies at McGill University in
Chemical Engineering for having a GPA of 3.96 out of 4.
Personal Finance: Self-taught strategies of investing, with a constantly developing understanding of
stock charts and finding levels of support/resistance, and knowledge on reading SEC filings and
Literature: Thorough enjoyment from reading authors such as Murakami, Orwell, and Conrad.
Traveling: Lived in China for 2 years while attending high school; traveled to Hong Kong, Japan, South
Korea, Thailand, Spain, England, Australia, and USA.
Skydiving: Had the chance to skydive in Australia from 15,000 ft
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