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Princeton University
Early Cum Laude, History Academic Excellence Award, Spanish Academic Excellence Award
My name is Audrey. At Princeton University, I study economics and a variety of subjects in humanities. I am on the Model UN team and the Club Cycling team. While I have only done Model UN since I've been here at Princeton, I've been cycling for years. I competed on the varsity team at Phillips Exeter Academy, and over the summer I biked my first century (100 miles in one ride)! I love going on bike tours with my father during vacations and I'm excited to compete with the Princeton team this spring. In high school, I was also very involved in musical theater. I took singing lessons for 7 years, played roles like "Annie" from Annie and "Jack" from Into the Woods, and even began writing my own music in high school. During my senior year, I created an elective course in which I wrote five songs and performed them live at the end of the semester. In college, I am currently branching out and trying new activities, but I trust that I will soon find my way back to musical theater. During my senior year of high school, I studied abroad in England for a semester. My peers and I lived on a farm outside of Stratford, reading Bloomsbury novels, Shakespeare plays, and anything else we could get our hands on. We saw shows at the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Globe, and other famous theaters in England. When we weren't reading or experiencing amazing professional theater, we were exploring all areas of the country. We hiked in the Lake District, lived with host families in Hereford, and ate pastries with tea in Bathe. England helped me gain a profound understanding of literature and theater. I hope to go back soon! When I come home from school, I enjoy tutoring my younger brother in math. I've realized that I enjoy imparting my knowledge and making it easier for others to understand complicated material. Working with Princeton Tutoring is a great opportunity for me to pursue this passion. I'm excited to work with more students and learn from them as much as they learn from me.
Princeton University
Summer Residential Governor’s School for Visual Arts, QuestBridge Scholar, 5 Gold Key- Scholastics Art Competition
I have taught students in a variety of subjects throughout my middle and high school career. I instructed art classes for K-7th grade students at a private studio for four months, tutored math at my high school, and taught elementary school students. From helping students with SATs to art, I believe I have great experience in tutoring and genuinely care about maximizing students’ ability and potential to succeed. My most rewarding experience of tutoring students was when I tutored Algebra II in high school. I sacrificed my free period to help students who were struggling with math. One student told me that my one-hour tutoring session helped her learn more about the subject than the one quarter of math classes taught by her teacher. Because I am somewhat of a slow learner, I believe I have skills and tips that can help any student easily remember notes and solve problems. I am a very bubbly and energetic student who is easy to talk to. Because I have taught a wide range of ages and in languages other than English, I am confident teaching any student as long as he or she is determined to learn.
Princeton University
IB Economics Award, All Country Academic Team, Federal Reserve Challenge Semi-finalist (twice), Euro Challenge Semi-finalist, Eagle Scout
Hi! My name is Ryan, and I'm an undergraduate at Princeton University. I like tutoring because it gives me an opportunity to pay it forward from all those who helped me and allows me to keep my skills sharp. After experience in many fields, I'm comfortable tutoring a wide variety of subjects, especially economics, math, writing, and common standardized tests. As a philosophy major, I have a passion for philosophy, history, and politics. In my free time, I write for the Daily Princetonian as a Senior Opinion Columnist. I also oil paint, read histories, and play games. I'm also somewhat involved in other publications on campus, like the Progressive. My summers have been spent interning in Germany or researching here at Princeton. Since starting work at Princeton Tutoring, I've tutored 18+ students in fields as diverse as AP Economics, to Reading and Writing Enrichment, to Symbolic Logic, to Geometry and Algebra, as well as the SSAT, ACT, and SAT. My AP Economics students have done well (including getting 5s), and my standardized test students consistently improve their scores session after session. At the present time, I am considering post-graduate education in both law and philosophy, hopefully to culminate in a J.D/PHD.
Princeton University
4x PIAA Wrestling State Winner, John Travers Award Finalist, recipient of several student-athlete awards, recipient of scholarships for academics and athletics, voted Senior Superlative for Best Christian Example, Member of NHS and Math NHS
As a member of the Math National Honor Society, I began tutoring everyday before school as a freshman in high school and continued to do so over the next 3 years. I always enjoyed explaining topics and helping my peers understand something or have something "click" for the first time. Throughout high school, I won numerous awards for academics, athletics, and character. I was born and raised in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and I am currently a student at Princeton university, where I plan to study Economics with a certificate in Finance. In addition to this, I am a Varsity Athlete on the Wrestling Team and compete at 149 pounds. In my free time I enjoy hanging out with my friends, fishing, and play recreational sports.
Princeton University
Valedictorian, AP Scholar with Honor, Rensselaer Award for Excellence in Math and Science, Departmental Awards in English, US History, and Spanish, Maine McDonald's All-State Academic Basketball Team
Hi! My name is Jackson and I am a Princeton undergrad from Maine. I initially started tutoring through a mentorship program in high school, and then gained extensive teaching experience during a gap year abroad. I participated in the Princeton Bridge Year Program in Bolivia, where I taught math and English for seven months to students from the 4th to the 12th grade. My time in Bolivia showed me how rich and fulfilling the process of teaching is. I remember myriad situations when I was struggling to understand a concept, but then someone took the time to show me a fresh way to approach it, and gave me the tools to develop my own understanding. I want to take the time collaborate with other students and help them to develop new and exciting ways to think about whatever it is that they are working on! My favorite subjects include English, writing, history, and Spanish, but I am also well-versed at tutoring basic-algebra and math among other subjects. At Princeton I am currently planning to study in the Wilson School, and upon graduation I want to attend law school. Outside of class, I love to travel, play sports, read, hike, and watch movies.
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