My name is Ajua, and I am currently a PhD student in social psychology at Yale University and master tutor with Princeton Tutoring. I have expertise in teaching research methods, statistics (fluent in SPSS and R, proficient in STATA), and any psychology-related content. I have additionally taught or tutored students in subjects ranging from English at the general and AP level, to SAT French subject tests. Prior to matriculating at Yale for my graduate degree, I worked as a post-baccalaureate research assistant for two professors at Princeton University in the Psychology department, focusing on cognitive psychology, memory, and decision-making. I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Yale University in 2015.


Education: Yale University
Undergrad Major: Psychology

High School:

Awards & Honors: National Achievement School Semifinalist, National French Exam Award Winner, Nationally Ranked Dance Soloist with Assemblies of God
Interests & Activities: Editor-in-Chief of School Newspaper for three years, National Honors Society Community Service Chair, Warrenton Ballet Company Member, Allegro Center for the Arts Advanced Student and Dance Instructor
SAT Scores: 740 Math, 730 Critical Reading, 760 Writing
AP Exams: 5 AP English Lit & Comp, 5 AP French Language & Culture, 4 US Government, 4 Calculus AB, 4 US History
SAT Subject Tests: 730 French, 740 Math II


Other Interests & Activities: Research Specialist, Princeton University, Editor-in-Chief, Yale Review of Undergraduate Research in Psychology, Yaledancers Member, Yale Undergraduate Ballet Company Member, Co-President of Runway at Yale
Location: Other

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