I attended the University of Havana from 2007 to 2012. This is the best institution of higher education in Cuba. In order to be admitted applicants must have to take multiple tests, in subjects like Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

My major is Physics, but I had extra lessons in the Mathematics Faculty like Calculus (I, II, III, IV), Algebra (I, II), Geometry, Topology, Graph Theory, Differential Equations, Partial Derivatives Theory, and Discrete Mathematics because I had a concentration in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics. In all of these subjects I excelled and I graduated with a 4.8 GPA. I was awarded with the Bachelor of Physics degree.

I have 3 years of experience teaching (2012 - 2015) . I started doing this when I was a student, because in Cuba students in their last year of university (5th year) can teach to freshman and sophomore if their grades are outstanding and because my GPA was 4.8/5.0 I could do this. I had more than 200 students during those 3 years. I taught Calculus I, Calculus II, and Differential Equations. I also during that time had ten High-School students which I tutored in Trigonometric and Algebra.