I’m a graduate of Princeton currently on a Fulbright scholarship. I have always found tutoring and mentoring very rewarding and fulfilling.

In high school, I was one of three students from my city selected to attend Southwest Virginia Governor’s School for advanced math and science. My strong background in math and science have prepared me to teach these subjects. At Princeton, I took a variety of courses across the social sciences and humanities. Many of my courses emphasized strong analytical thinking and writing skills. I’m well-equipped to tutor history, psychology, English, writing, and math.

I have had various teaching and tutoring experiences, starting in high school. I taught math and science to younger high school students. I also taught Arabic to both adults and children. At Princeton, I mentored for first-year students in Butler College. I also tutored students in Arabic. Currently, I’m tutoring middle and high school students in math, history, and science.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: A.B. Near Eastern Studies
Other Degrees/Minors: Certificate in History and the Practice of Diplomacy

High School:

Class Rank: 2
Awards & Honors: Salutatorian, Third place at Virginia Junior Academy of Science, First Place in Science Fair at Governor's School in Health and Medicine Research Category, National Honor Society
Interests & Activities: Scholastic Bowl, Science Academic Competition (Captain), Research at Edward Via medical school and Virginia Tech biochemistry department, Teen representative at public library


Other Awards: Fulbright Scholar to Morocco, John C. Bogle Fellow
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton I was involved in: Undergraduate Student Government (Vice President, President, Treasurer), Muslim Student Association, and the Honor Committee. Various medical experiences including shadowing physicians and volunteering at the health department. Tutoring elementary, middle and high school students. Research Assistant for a Princeton Professor on a project about coronavirus misinformation.
Location: Princeton, NJ

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