I have experience working with elementary, middle, and high school students through after school programs, National Honor Society tutoring programs, and private tutoring. I have tutored students in a wide array of subjects from English to Chemistry and many subjects in between. Furthermore, I have had extensive experience editing essays, grant proposals, and articles through my classes and summer internships.

Over the years I have come to enjoy helping students find success in every subject, no matter how insurmountable a challenge may seem at first. Having sought the help of tutors myself, I understand the importance of having not just any tutor, but someone who is reliable, enthusiastic, and relentless: someone a student can feel comfortable with enough to ask anything, someone who can ask the right questions to help a student understand the concepts, someone who is patient and will continue to put in the necessary effort until each challenge is tackled.

I am looking forward to making a difference in the lives of students in the Princeton area the way my tutors made a difference in mine.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Neurobiology

High School:

Awards & Honors: National Achievement Scholar, National Merit Finalist, STAR Scholarship Recipient (2010, 2011)
Interests & Activities: Varsity Track and Field, National English Honor Society (President),
National Science Honor Society (Secretary), Biology Club (Vice President), Oxfam (International Club, Founder), Model United Nations, National Chinese Honor Society
SAT Scores: 800 Math, 740 Critical Reading, 730 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Biology, 5 Chemistry, 5 BC Calculus, 5 US Government, 5 Psychology, 4 European History, 5 English Language and Composition, 5 English Literature
SAT Subject Tests: 760 Chemistry, 750 Biology


Other Interests & Activities: Tropical Clinics for Rural Health (Vice President of Chaptership Expansion), The Daily Princetonian (Staff Photographer), Princeton Public Health Review (Staff Writer), Club Running, Pi Beta Phi, Peak Potential (Volunteer)

Location: Princeton University

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