About

Bio

I am a third year Computer Science major from the Bay Area (Fremont!), so I've pretty much lived here my whole life. I took my first CS class in senior year of high school and it gradually grew on me. I thought I was pretty decent at the time, but then in CS 61A, I realized there was A LOT I didn't know. While CS 61A is definitely a challenging class, the rewards at the end definitely make the journey worth it. And I'm here to help!

Right after I took the course, I become an Academic Intern in Spring 2018 and started learning the ropes of how to effectively teach students the material. In Summer 2018, I became a Tutor for the course and started leading small group sections to further enhance their understanding of the material. Summer 2019 was my first time teacing CS 61A as a uGSI. I'm now back as a Tutor and my goal is for everyone to have a better understanding of the fundamentals of CS.

Tips for Success
  • Start early
  • Ask for help
  • Check out Piazza for more help
  • Get a lot of practice
  • Review your mistakes and learn from them
  • Come to section!

Contact

Email (jemmyzhou)

Please add (@berkeley.edu) to the end of my email. I promise to reply to all emails within 24 hours. If you do not receive a response within 24 hours, please send me a follow-up. If this is an emergency, please add [EMERGENCY] to the heading.

Office Hours

If I cannot make it to office hours, I will definitely post a notice on my announcements. Otherwise, I'll be there to help! If you need to talk to me specifically, please shoot me an email or let me know at office hours. If it's something you wish to communicate in private, please send me an email and I'd be happy to set up a one-on-one session (for more details, please see below).

  • Location: 109 Morgan
  • Hours: Tu 4-6PM
One-On-Ones

If at any point in the course you wish to meet up with me one-on-one, please send me an email. In addition, include the time(s) you are available and I will do my best to work out a time that works for both of us. Remember, these sessions do not necessarily have to be about the course material or such; you can come talk to me about the process for declaring CS, or other interesting classes to take.

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