From my experiences teaching under-privileged students to simply showing my little sister how to swing a tennis racket, I have learned that a mentor is far more valuable than someone who can just spew out facts, formulas, and instructions. This is something that was continually reinforced during my time as a peer tutor and as the manager of my school’s peer tutoring organization as well as while acting as a teaching lab assistant to my fellow peers and as an editor for our newspaper. This is why I try to form a relationship with every student that I work with. By getting to know a tutee, our sessions together are much more enjoyable, open, and productive. Tutoring is a collaborative effort and even a symbiotic relationship: not only do I teach my students a great deal, but I often find myself learning new things from them!


Education: Johns Hopkins University
Undergrad Major: Applied Mathematics and Statistics

High School:

Awards & Honors: National Merit Commended Scholar, AP Scholar with Distinction, Honor Roll, Science League Chemistry II Team 2nd in State, Top 10% of Class
Interests & Activities: Science Olympiad, Science League, Editor for Newspaper, Manager of Upper School Peer Tutoring Organization Princeton Day School, Varsity Squash Team (Captain), Teaching/Lab Assistant, Senior Counselor for Summer Stars Camp, Student Leader for Corner House, Long Distance Biking, Study Buddy
SAT Scores: 770 Math, 800 Critical Reading, 710 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Calculus BC, 5 Calculus AB, 5 Chemistry, 4 English Literature, 5 Physics, C 5 Spanish Language, 4 Spanish Literature, 5 Statistics
SAT Subject Tests: 790 Math Level 2, 750 Chemistry, 710 Literature, 700 Spanish


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