My passion to teach comes from my desire to help others learn. I strongly believe that the ability to get help from others is a blessing and the ability to help others learn is a true honor. For that reason, I have volunteered at various non-profit organizations in the past to help kids and adults with their TAKS or GED preparations. The experience has always been wonderful. With a PhD degree in Chemical Engineering, I have built a strong foundation on various branches of math and sciences ... [more]
I aced all my math classes while attending Plano Senior High School. I have also volunteered at various non-profit organizations to help kids and adults improve their math skills.
Geometry has always been one of my favorite subjects in high school. I also received an A for that class.
I am currently applying for PhD Chemical Engineering programs in various universities so I understand how important it is to score high in GRE. In fact, I just took the GRE test myself after two months of studying. My GRE math scores are 167 (most recent) and 166 (previous test).
I used to volunteer at East Texas Literacy Council (ETLC) to help adult learners with their GED math preparation. I like to focus on the problems that trouble the students the most by reviewing the problems with them in a step-by-step fashion. I would then have the students practice my own questions to reinforce the concept. All the feedback I have received from the students have been positive.
I was born and raised in China so my native language is Chinese (Mandarin). I can read, write, speak Chinese fluently. To this day, I still use Chinese on a daily basis.
I have a bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering from UT Austin with a GPA of 3.47. I also worked as a process improvement engineer at Eastman Chemical in Longview, Texas for about a year and a half. And I am currently applying for Chemical Engineering PhD programs in various universities.