I have been a tutor for several years in both professional and volunteer capacities. From high school in Central Jersey on through my years at Yale and beyond, I have worked diligently with students to help them grasp new material and broaden their horizons. I have worked with honors students, English-language learners, and special-needs students alike, in-person and remotely, in a range of topics and ages. I am conversant in elementary- and middle-school math and science topics and an expert in the reading and writing of literature, having been top of my English class at Yale and the recipient of the university-wide prize for the best work in humanities research, for my senior thesis. I am confident that, with my skills and experience, I will be able to help Princeton Tutoring’s students reach their full potentials.


Education: Yale University
Undergrad Major: English Language & Literature
Other Degrees/Minors: Creative Writing Concentration

High School:

Awards & Honors: National Merit Finalist, Highest Honors, Model United Nations Best Delegate
Interests & Activities: National Honor Society, Model UN, Mu Alpha Theta Math Honors Society, School Newspaper
SAT Scores: 2320 (Reading: 780, Writing: 780, Math: 760)
AP Exams: 5 US Government and Politics, 5 Physics C: Mechanics, 5 Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism, 5 Calculus BC, 5 English Literature and Composition, 5 Macroeconomics, 5 US History
SAT Subject Tests: 760 Literature, 760 Chemistry, 800 Math Level 2, 700 Biology E


Other Awards: Theron Rockwell Field Prize (the Yale University-wide prize for the best work of undergraduate humanities scholarship), nearly one dozen English department prizes for highest quality work
Other Interests & Activities: At Yale, I was involved in: The Politic (Associate Editor), BRINK: A Review of Books (Editor-in-Chief), the Yale Herald (Writer)
Location: Other

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