I am a physics major from London with an interest in astronomy and cosmology. I've always had a passion for natural sciences and a curiosity for the way the world works. In 2018 I conducted research with a professor at the Institute for Astronomy in Hawaii on asteroids and their potential for mining in order to provide fuel and resources to space stations. In addition to studying physics, I have always enjoyed playing soccer and other team sports and played for my high school varsity team for 3 years in addition to competing on my high school track and field team. In the future I plan to go into the industry or perhaps become a researcher in astrophysics, although I am still undecided. In the past I have tutored students in physics and math and have good listening and communication skills. As someone who has benefited from tutoring in high-school, I understand, first hand, the importance of a patient and communicative tutor and how much of an impact this can have on a student's enjoyment of the subject at school.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Physics
Other Degrees/Minors: Potential Certificate in Finance, Machine Learning or Economics

High School:

Awards & Honors: Bronze Certificate - Senior Maths Challenge (nationwide) in 11th and 12th grade, Silver certificate - Intermediate Maths Challenge (nationwide) in 10th grade
Interests & Activities: Varsity soccer for 4 years, editor-in-chief if my school's science magazine 'Absolute zero', coding and programming (in Python) - research at the Institute for Astronomy in Hawaii with a tenured professor, volunteering at a local primary school - helping to teach children, founder and president of Metaphysics Society, track and field regional finalist in the 4x4 relay and discus
ACT Scores: 35 Composite, 33 English, 36 Math, 33 Reading, 36 Science
AP Exams: A levels: Physics - A*, Math - A, Further Math - B, German - A
SAT Subject Tests: 760 - Math level 2, 780 - Physics


Other Interests & Activities: Currently involved in club lacrosse, Undergraduate Women in Physics
Location: Princeton University

Scroll to Top