During my schooling and the process of applying to numerous prestigious colleges without the help of additional mentors, tutors and academies, I realized the importance and value of having that extra guidance to achieve one’s goals that can truly change one's life.

After achieving success in high school academics, the SAT's, and college acceptances with no consulting or counseling other than the strong support from my family, I was compelled to reach out to fellow high-schoolers: younger students who, like me, had the aspirations to achieve academic success and attend world-class institutions but were not surrounded by the people willing to help them along this often arduous journey. I offered valuable advice and tips that I had accrued from my personal experiences of test-taking and applying to U.S. colleges. Additionally, I offered tutoring on the SAT and SAT Subject tests in the sciences, Math II, and French, in addition to school subjects spanning English, foreign languages, and statistics.

All the students I tutored and mentored were able to become the first rank in school in the respective subjects I had tutored them in, and some were even able to achieve scholarships to U.S. colleges.

I wish that by tutoring, I can become a a valuable part of a young student's journey to achieving their goals.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Neuroscience
Other Degrees/Minors: Certificates in Computer Science and Engineering Biology

High School:

Awards & Honors: Top Academic Scholar in Sciences and Foreign Languages (French, Spanish, Chinese) Divisions, Winner of Senior French Speaking Award, High Distinction Award (Top 1%) in Australian National Chemistry Competition (international competition with students from Australia and 17 other countries), High Distinction Awards in ALC Australian French Competency Competition (international competition with students from Asia Pacific region), School Prefect, Won multiple Championships and Scholarships in Tap, Jazz and Contemporary dance, Certified Solo-Seal in Ballet TDI
Interests & Activities: Australian-New Zealand Brain-bee Challenge, World Vision School Leader, Competitive Dancer, Lead Dancer in school dance troupe (competed in international festivals), School Prefect

SAT Scores: 800 Math, 800 Critical Reading, 800 Writing
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math Level 2, 800 Biology M, 800 Chemistry, 800 Physics, 770 French


Other Awards: Publications in Nature, Scientific Reports and Journal of Visualized Experiments, Korea Graduate University of Science and Technology (UST) Scholarship (for research excellence; top 10% of 500 nominated applicants nationwide)
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I'm involved in: Princeton Journal of Bioethics (Editor), Princeton Undergraduate Admissions Office (Student Blogger), Manna Christian Fellowship (Fellowship Team), Dancer for Princeton University's Dance Program, Lab research
Location: Princeton University

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