I will graduate in this May from Northeastern University with Masters of Science in Applied Mathematics. When I was in college, I was selected by the instructor to tutor the second course of General Physics from Fall 2013 to May 2015. When I was tutoring, I usually assisted the students with their problem-sets during recitations. I prepared well before each recitation and tried my best to explained clearly both the problems and the theories behind them. It was fun to tutor them since I could learn how to communicate with my peers. It was beneficial, both my students and I, to consolidate what we had learned from the lectures and textbooks and inspired us to explore more in physics and some physical phenomena in the real world.
Superior Scholarship of Syracuse University College of Arts & Sciences (Dean’s List)