Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2022
Andreea tutors students at all grade levels (K-12) in Math, through Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Pre-Calculus, and Trigonometry. She supports students in English Language Arts skills, and tutors French at all levels. She prepares students for all sections of the ERB, MAPS, ISEE and SSAT tests. She specializes in the Sciences and tutors in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. She is currently working as a clinical research coordinator at Massachusetts General Hospital in the Orthopaedic Surgery Department. She minored in Computer Science and tutors coding skills, especially Python and Java. She is experienced in working with students with ASD.
Andreea says, “Hi students and parents!! I am looking forward to meeting and working with you, but here are a few things about me until then :). I was born and raised in Romania until the age of 15, when my parents and I moved to Atlanta, GA. I am a huge animal lover and I really want to get a dog once I settle down at my own place. I enjoy walking through museum galleries, reading nonfiction books, going for runs in the park, watching soccer and basketball games, and traveling whenever I get the chance. My favorite food is sushi of all kinds, and I only wish I could make it as good at home as they do in restaurants. I am not the best cook, but I am an aspiring physician, specifically a pediatrician of some specialty, which I believe is what sparked my interest to work with children a while back. I began tutoring younger students in high school and I enjoyed seeing them improve their grades and skills, while also teaching them to build a bigger picture and make sense of their school work in their day-to-day life. I remember being a student myself until not that long ago, so I want my sessions to be as I wished they had been when I was in those shoes: efficient and student-focused.”