Hi! I'm Audrey and I'm from northern Jersey, born and raised. I'm really looking forward to meeting students and getting to know them. I've done quite a bit of informal, volunteer tutoring work back in high school, but I'm also quite excited to delve more deeply into the field. I like to think I'm rather experienced in navigating the qualms and pressures of middle and high school and am eager to impart my knowledge upon younger students. And I think tutors (and people in general) can learn a lot from their mentees as well.
I'm a bit scattered in my academic and career goals–I'd call it a work in progress–because I find myself appreciating almost every subject and field I've encountered. I love almost all the classes I've taken at Princeton so far and am currently exploring all the possible roads I can walk down during my time here. That being said, I have a lot of experience in sciences and math from my time in high school, doing various competitions, loading up on science APs, and whatnot. And I have a huge passion for languages and linguistics. I did a gap year before coming to Princeton, during which I lived in western Germany and truly acquainted myself with the German language and culture. Ask me about it, and I'll be happy to tell you more. In my free time, I sing or dance or play piano or read novels in other languages.


Education: Princeton University

High School:

Awards & Honors: NJ State AP Scholar (2017), National Merit Scholar (2017), National AP Scholar (2016), Merck Scholar 2015 (3rd in Biology 2015) (Honorable Mention in Physics 2016), NJ Science League (5th in Earth Science 2014, top 10% in Biology and Physics I 2015, 2016), AIME (2014, 2015), 1st Place Intermediate French Poetry Recitation (2015) WPU, Essex County Math League (1st in Algebra I 2013, 1st in Geometry 2014, 1st in Statistics 2016), University of Pennsylvania Book Award (2016), Physics Award (2016), Outstanding Contributions to the Promotion of French Award (2017), Distinguished Achievement in Mathematics Award (2017), Director's Award for Chorus Member (2017), Brett Harmon Ratner Memorial Science Award (2017), Fine Arts Award, Honors Recital Singer (Interlochen Arts Camp), Golden Key Music Festival (Gold, 3, 5, 7 year awards), NJMTA Auditions (High Honors, 3, 5, 7 year awards), NJ Governor's School in the Sciences 2016
Interests & Activities: Founded a Polyglot Club, Classical Voice (NJ Regions, All-State Choir), Chorale, Editor-in-Chief of French Literary Magazine, taught STEM to elementary school girls, Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (post-graduation, 2017 - 2018) - took a gap year on a State Department scholarship to Germany
ACT Scores: 36 Composite
AP Exams: Biology 5, European History 5, APUSH 5, Physics 1 5, Physics 2 5, Physics C Mech 5, Physics C E&M 5, Chemistry 5, Calculus BC 5, English Lang 5, English Lit 5, French 5, Psychology 5, Statistics 5, Macroeconomics 5, Microeconomics 5
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Physics, 800 Math II, 800 Biology E, 790 US History, 780 French


Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I'm involved in: Princeton University Glee Club, Princeton Triple 8 Dance Company, PMUNC (Princeton Model UN Conference) (Staff); I speak conversational Chinese, literate/proficient French, fluent German, and am learning Japanese and Spanish.
Location: Princeton University

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