I’m Bryan, an undergraduate student at Princeton University majoring in physics who is hoping to enter academia someday. I’ve always loved learning physics and also the math behind it, and earned bronze in the 2019 USA Physics Olympiad. I completed a high school research internship in atomic physics at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, one of the best experiences of my life so far. Despite this, I’ve always felt that my true calling was in helping others in these subjects through teaching and tutoring. In high school, I taught several weekly classes for middle school math competitions, and also a class on advanced physics for high schoolers before going to college, all of which received good reviews. I’m currently drafting an introductory textbook on classical mechanics, with a strong emphasis on utilizing ideas of calculus and linear algebra for a stronger understanding of the intricate connections between math and physics. At Princeton Tutoring, I hope to continue to help others through tutoring in a variety of subjects, and especially to share my passions for physics and math.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: AB Physics
Other Degrees/Minors: Certificates in Applied and Computational Mathematics and Finance

High School:

Awards & Honors: US Physics Olympiad Bronze Medalist, AIME Qualifier, Math Kangaroo Gold Medalist, Online Physics Brawl 2nd place team, US Computing Olympiad Gold Division, National Merit Commended
Interests & Activities: Physics Team (Captain), Math Team (Co-captain), Quizbowl (Co-captain), Literary Magazine
SAT Scores: 790 Math, 780 Critical Reading
AP Exams: 5 Government, 5 US History, 5 Calculus BC, 5 Comp Sci, 5 AP Physics C Mech, 5 AP Physics C E&M, 5 Psychology, 5 Statistics, 5 Microeconomics, 5 Chinese, 5 English Lang, 4 Chemistry, 4 English Lit, 4 World History, 4 Macroeconomics
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math Level 2, 800 Physics


Other Interests & Activities: Planning on joining Math Club (running PUMaC), Physics Club (running PUPC), Quizbowl, and NJ Student Climate Advocates
Location: Princeton University

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