Yash S.


Yash S.

Tutor

Herndon, VA 20171

Will travel 6 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 41 ratings

Math, Science, Computer Science Tutor

I am a third year student at George Mason University studying Bioinformatics. I graduated from Chantilly High School in 2014. While I am here, I would also like to tutor the students of this area in subjects that I am strong in which include most levels of math, science, and computer science. I have also had great success in standardized tests, scoring a 2270 out of 2400 on the SAT and with perfect or near perfect scores on my subject SAT 2's. I hope to be able to tutor students who need any... [more]


Algebra 1


Algebra 2


Chemistry


Geometry


Physics


Prealgebra


Java


SAT Math


Elementary Math

I have excelled at math from my elementary education to college level courses. I have received a 800 out of 800 on both my SAT 1 math section, and my SAT 2 Math Subject Test. I have also taken AP and college level classes in which I have done very well in.


Elementary Science


Computer Science

In high school, I took three years of Computer Science (as much as was offered) and received a 5 on the AP exam which was in Java. Since then, as an undergraduate, I have taken a Data Structures and Object-Oriented Programming course in Java, Several Bioinformatics classes that involve python (one in which required me to get CourseAcademy certified in Python), and have used statistical computational languages such as SAS and R. I am also in the process of self-learning SQL. As a Bioinformatics major that requires lots of computer science courses, I would say I understand the purpose of computer science as a whole and understand the syntax and usefulness of all different kinds of computer science languages available.


Python

In high school, I took three years of Computer Science (as much as was offered) and received a 5 on the AP exam which was in Java. Since then, as an undergraduate, I have taken a Data Structures and Object-Oriented Programming course in Java, Several Bioinformatics classes that involve python (one in which required me to get CourseAcademy certified in Python), and have used statistical computational languages such as SAS and R. I am also in the process of self-learning SQL. As a Bioinformatics major that requires lots of computer science courses, I would say I understand the purpose of computer science as a whole and understand the syntax and usefulness of all different kinds of computer science languages available.