Aria is an undergraduate at Princeton University who began tutoring during high school, working with students from a variety of educational backgrounds and disciplines. While she has the most experience in mathematics tutoring, she enjoys working with students on their entire academic body of work, including helping them highlight and find their academic interests. Given her advanced and published scientific work in molecular biology and mathematics, she would love to work with a student who has special interest in these subjects. Aria also has experience designing specialized curriculums for students struggling within their current educational system. She has also assisted in applications to private schools, universities and summer programs. Aria is interested in pursuing a career in academia in Philosophy or Mathematics, therefore she considers tutoring not just an enjoyable time commitment, but a part of professional development toward that goal.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Philosophy and Mathematics

High School:

Awards & Honors: Highest GPA, Rensselaer Medalist (4 year scholarship to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for highest excellence in academics at my high school), National Merit Semifinalist, National Honor Society, Princeton Association of New England Book Award
Interests & Activities: Women in STEM Club (President), Brookline Tutor Mentorship Program (President), Research Assistant (led to publication), Varsity Track & Cross Country Athlete (4 years), Varsity Hockey Athlete (1 year)
SAT Scores: 770 Math, 740 Critical Reading, 790 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Calculus BC, 5 Chemistry, 5 Physics E&M, 5 Physics Mechanics, 5 English Language & Composition
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math Level 2, 790 Physics, 760 Chemistry


Other Interests & Activities: Business Today (Exec Board Member, 2 years; Non-profit organization), Fashion Speaks (Exec Board Member; Charity event), Human Values Forum (selective dinner discussion group lead by Peter Singer), Student Design Agency
Location: Princeton University

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