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Mohammed W.

USD $30/hr

Professional Engineer for Math, Science and Engineering Tutoring

Tutor Information


My teaching style and techniques primarily focus on the student's needs, the topic/subject in question, engaging the student in active learning, cooperation with students, and accommodating students based on their needs. I find great satisfaction in helping students learn and grow, which is an enriching experience. It also allows me to contribute to society by creating future leaders and intellectuals. While working as an engineer for my previous employer, I trained and mentored summer interns yearly for job proficiency, career guidance, and professional development. Furthermore, I have introduced new hires to engineering processes and procedures to provide a comprehensive and cross-functional understanding of projects. I have taught students while I was an undergraduate student ranging from middle school to undergraduate studies.


Catonsville, Maryland, United States


English, Bengali, Hindi, Urdu




Middle School
High School


The University of Maryland, College Park

2008 - 2010
Master of Science, Telecommunications Engineering
The Master’s in Telecommunications Program offers students a unique opportunity to engage in cross-disciplinary coursework from both the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the A. James Clark School of Engineering and the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. This extraordinary combination culminates in a degree that prepares students for the broad range of rigors and issues that encompass the dynamic telecommunications industry. Source:

The University of Maryland, College Park

2005 - 2007
Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering
Electrical engineers create innovative technology solutions in a wide range of areas from handheld communications to solar panels; from cardiac pacemakers to autonomous robots; from wireless networks to bio-engineered sensors that detect dangerous pathogens; and intelligent surveillance systems that perform face and motion recognition. Employers visiting campus seek out electrical engineering students for recruitment more than any other major at the University of Maryland. Source:

Work Experience

PCTEST Engineering Laboratory

March 2017 - June 2020
EMC Compliance Engineer II
Conducted advanced electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing for 5th Generation Wireless Communications projects. Composed detailed reports and reviewed test results with clients to explain non-compliance issues and provided insight regarding governmental standards and requirements. Has made productive decisions in difficult time-sensitive situations for better operational efficiency. • Engaged in process improvement initiatives to identify opportunities to streamline testing & reporting and optimize productivity to adhere to established deadlines. Attends regular in-person and group meetings to collaborate with colleagues from different branches to discuss topics, including how to increase productivity, efficiency, and customer satisfaction. • Calculated measurement uncertainty based on equipment and updated PCTEST Measurement Uncertainty Budget regularly to align with current standards. Applied standards to determine contributing factors and corresponding values. • Traveled to the California branch as necessary, staying for an extended period to provide support, technical advice, expertise, and training, which eventually resulted in business expansion and the attainment of new clients. Managed and professionally maintained travel budget. • Trained and mentored up to five summer interns yearly for job proficiency, career guidance, and professional development. Trained new hires on EMC processes and procedures to provide a comprehensive and cross-functional understanding of projects. • Worked simultaneously with in-person and/or virtual teams in Maryland, California, the Republic of Korea, and Japan.