I love to read and always have, everything ranging from non-fiction accounts of global warming to historical fiction from the time of King Henry VIII. I am very passionate about politics and government policy but never got the opportunity to explore this passion in high school; I am really excited to be pursuing my true interests and dreams in college. I also have interests in science, particularly in psychology. I worked in a psychology lab the summer before my senior year of high school as part of three year science research program in which I was enrolled.

I tutored throughout high school, both as a member of the Organization of Student Tutors and as a freelance tutor for members of my neighborhood. I love to tutor because it provides the opportunity to see concrete changes and development that I helped to foster in the student. I love the idea of nourishing someone’s potential and using the skills that I developed through high school to help others.


Education: Princeton University

High School:

Awards & Honors: AP Scholar with Distinction, National Merit Scholarship Commended, Bronze medalist in NJCTE writing competition, Gold medalist twice in National Spanish Examination (Gold Medalist Twice, Third in State), Winner of University of Pennsylvania Alumni Junior Book Award, Science League (Top 10% for Biology 1 and 2)
Interests & Activities: Science Olympiad, Friendship Circle Volunteering, NU Magazine (Editorial Board), writer for high school paper, Mock Trial, Science League, National Honor Society, National Spanish Honor Society, National Science Honor Society
SAT Scores: 760 Math, 800 Critical Reading, 780 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Biology, 5 Calculus AB, 5 English Language and Composition, 5 Environmental Science, 5 US History
SAT Subject Tests: 800 US History, 800 Biology, 780 Spanish, 760 Chemistry


Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I am currently a board member of the J Street U organization. I also tutor for the PACE center as part of the Community House group and am a member of the College Democrats.

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