Tutor profile: Rachel R.
Clinical Research Coordinator that's good at math
I'm a mechanical engineer turned cognitive researcher. I enjoy working out difficult physics and math problems with people and teaching individuals a system for finding the right answer instead of simply giving them the right answer. My extensive knowledge of psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscience can be a great help to anyone that's having difficulty grasping those concepts.
I have multitudes of experience tutoring friends and family. People often come to me when they just don't understand how to solve problems or what the next step is to find the solution. While I have no formal teaching experience, I'm passionate and enjoy sharing my knowledge with others by teaching them that math and science aren't so scary.
University of California - Berkeley
Cognitive Science (Neuroscience)
2013 - 2018
Stanford University, Clinical Research Coordinator
2019 - 2020
San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Clinical Research Coordinator
2018 - 2019
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