Alonso Perez-Putnam is a senior in the Princeton Politics department (quantitative track), with a certificate in Latin American Studies. On campus he is a fellow at the Princeton Writing Center and a manager in the school dining hall. He has also tutored students on subjects such as the SAT and college essays. Some of the highlights of his undergraduate career have been working as a teacher in India for a year and studying abroad at the University of Havana. Away from academics, Alonso enjoys literature and soccer.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Politics (quantitative track)
Other Degrees/Minors: Latin American Studies

High School:

Class Rank: 5%
Awards & Honors: National Merit Scholar Semifinalist, National Hispanic Recognition Program
Interests & Activities: Varsity Wrestling Captain, Head of House, Cross Country, Wrestling, Track and Field, Lacrosse, Head of the Jewish Students Association
SAT Scores: 740 Math, 790 Critical Reading, 800 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Spanish
SAT Subject Tests: 780 Literature, 760 Math Level 1, 750 Spanish with Listening


Location: Princeton

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