Jae Yeon: 1994: Korea: University of California, Los Angeles

I am well equipped with the necessary knowledge required to teach the subjects I have marked. In college, I majored in astrophysics, where physics and math courses were a significant part of the curriculum. The math courses covered topics including multivariable calculus, linear algebra, and differential equations. I have also taken both preparatory and advanced courses in analytical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, and quantum mechanics.

I have exhibited strong communication and interpersonal skills through my performance as a lead instructor at the Mathnasium of Santa Monica. Working with a diverse body of students with varying levels of motivation and knowledge has strengthened my interpersonal skills substantially. I have also honed my ability to communicate effectively through my regular correspondence with parents on topics ranging from their children's progress to the availability of certain programs at Mathnasium.

I also have an eye for detail, and this goes well with my strong sense of responsibility. As a hard-working person by nature, I will always put in my best effort to guide the students well towards academic success. As a detail-oriented individual, I will ensure that my lectures cover core topics down to the details such that the students develop a strong foundation of the subject. I will constantly keep track of the students’ performances and reflect upon the efficacy of my lectures.

While I do not have official experience in teaching the SAT/AP, I believe that my tutoring experience along with my foundation in physics and math will help me excel at the job. Thank you for your consideration, and I look forward to hearing back from you soon.

Name Jae Yeon Mun
Birth Year 1994
Citizenship Korea
Current Location Seongnam/Gyeonggi-do/Korea
 
University University of California, Los Angeles
Major Astrophysics
Desired Start Date Sep 25, 2017
Availability I am available full time starting this September through the end of February of next year. My weekly availability is from Monday through Friday, 10am – 6pm. I may have to revert to part time starting in March if I am admitted into graduate school in Seoul. My hourly availability as part time would also depend on my class schedule, and hence I can't state any hours for sure for the time starting in March.

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