I've always been a solid student. In high school, I was class valedictorian, and I scored 5's on 9 out of my 10 AP exams (the 10th one was a 4). I studied Electrical Engineering at the University of California Berkeley (Go Bears!) where I graduated in the top 7% of engineering students with a 3.88 GPA along with a minor in Mathematics. I also received a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. 

I know all about stress and doing well in competitive schools school and how to succeed. I've helped countless students improve their grades, understand the material, and achieve their goals.



It's important for you to know who exactly will be tutoring you or your child. I've always enjoyed tutoring even in college. I started out as a volunteer tutor for electrical engineering students at UC Berkeley, and I even was a tutoring officer for a student organization on campus. I volunteered as a tutor for homeless children and other organizations while I worked full-time. I decided I enjoyed it so much that I wanted to try to turn it into a business and help more students.

On a more personal level, I'm a Christian father of three young children. While I studied and worked as an electrical engineer for 13 years, I've always had a passion with helping other students learn math, physics, and engineering subjects.