My method of explaining things is pretty straightforward, in that anything will be easy to grasp if it is logical. A lot of students suffer from not being able to make logic or common sense of their lectures, and that is that I aim to achieve. As a previous engineer and now researcher, I can combine both practicality and science to form a comprehensive approach to teaching a subject.
I gained my BS in Chemical Engineering from the USA and moved here recently. I worked as a Process Engineer at an oil refinery for two years before starting my PhD. My passion that drove me to doing the PhD is that I am patient and love to teach!
Also, my english is 1st language in an American accent.
Rates do go up depending on the level of subject, ie if it is a 3rd or 4th year course I would charge more as I need to prepare more.
Also, if I need to travel anywhere past Caulfield towards the city I would charge an extra $8. On the weekends the rate is 23/hr
2 years working as a Process Engineer at a top oil company
Bachelor's in Chemical Engineering from UCSD (top ranked school)
PhD candidate in Chemistry at Monash
2 years as a researcher at Scripps
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