Christine is a Princeton graduate, experienced science teacher, and SAT instructor with a perfect 2400 score. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology and a Master’s degree in Teaching. As a Teach for America alumnus and former Fulbright Scholar, Christine has dedicated her career to providing better educational opportunities for students in the US and abroad.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Molecular Biology

High School:

Awards & Honors: Awards & Honors: National Merit Scholar, Presidential Scholar Semifinalist, Cum Laude Society, Academic Honor Roll, James McNab Biology Award, Girl Scout Gold Award, Piano Certificate of Merit 

SAT Scores: 2400; 800 Verbal, 800 Math, 800 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Chemistry, 5 European History, 5 Biology, 5 Calculus AB, 5 French Literature, 5 English Language, 5 US History, 4 Calculus BC, 5 Physics C, Mechanics, 4 Physics C, E & M, 4 English Literature
SAT Subject Tests: 790 Math II, 750 Chemistry, 750 Biology, 770 US History


Other Awards: Laboratory research at Princeton and Caltech, Scientific publication (Deshpande SA, Yamada R, Mak CM, Hunter B, Soto Obando A, Hoxha S, Ja WW. Acidic food pH increases palatability and consumption to extend Drosophila lifespan. J Nutr. 2015: 2789-2796.)
Other Interests & Activities: Dance, Tennis, Badminton, Pickleball, Hiking, Yoga, Books, and Puzzles of all kinds (jigsaw, crossword, logic, etc.)

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