I am currently studying in NUS, Bachelor of Biomedical Engineering.
Achieved 'deans list' award for year 2 semester 2.
I am a friendly, outgoing person. I always believe in doing the best I can in everything, not just academics, but also extra-curricular activities and my hobbies, such as jogging, and going to the gym. I came from a single-parent family, and I had faced much hardship to land up at where I am now, a NUS undergraduate. Given the opportunity to teach your child, I will able to mould him into not just a better student with stronger academics, but also someone with a stronger and independent character. At home, I had given tuition to my younger sister on her primary and secondary school subjects like English, Mathematics and Science. My teaching method is flexible and not fixed, as it ultimately depends on the type of student I am taking. Some students require me to lead them in their work, maybe because they are fairly weaker in the academics and need more guidance. Whereas other stronger students may only require me to be able to answer their queries on whatever issues they might have. Hence, the first lesson will be for me to assess and evaluate the student's academic level, and from subsequent lessons, I will be able to implement the most efficient method of teaching.
Commitment Level I can start asap and will be able to do so until the end of October as I will be having my examinations in the month of November.