My name is Haeun, and I am a student at Harvard concentrating in Social Studies and Philosophy with a secondary in Spanish. Outside of academic interests, I am an avid maker and consumer of music of all sorts.

A little bit more about my tutoring background and experience– I was an academic tutor at the Harvard Summer School in the Summer of 2021, tutoring Harvard undergraduate courses (Microeconomics and Comparative Politics) to both Harvard students and high school students. I have also tutored a number of students ranging from fourth to twelfth grades as an online tutor in subjects that vary from Spanish to Algebra to SAT prep. In addition, I have been a private violin instructor since high school. I believe that the skills of patience, flexibility, and creative problem solving that are required of violin instruction are easily transferable to academic tutoring.

I believe that my most valuable asset is my substantial personal experience with standardized testing. In high school, I took and aced 18 AP tests, two SAT Subject Tests, and the ACT. Each of these tests and perfect scores are accompanied by countless hours spent studying and preparing for them. Through this, I have developed a systematic approach to these tests and believe that if proper work is invested, anyone is capable of performing perfectly (or close to) on standardized tests. I would be excited to share these tips with you and help you realize your full potential.


Education: Harvard University
Undergrad Major: A.B. in Social Studies and Philosophy
Other Degrees/Minors: Secondary in Spanish

High School:

Class Rank: 1
Awards & Honors: Valedictorian, National Merit Finalist, Gold medalist of National Spanish Examinations (2016, 17, 18), Questbridge National College Match Finalist (2018), Advanced Placement Test (National AP Scholar), National first place winner of the MTNA Senior Strings Performance Competition, Juilliard Starling-Delay Symposium on Violin Studies Student Artist, National YoungArts Foundation Award Winner in Classical Music, National Youth Orchestra of the USA 2018 Assistant Concertmaster

Interests & Activities: UIL Academic Team, Spanish Club, National Honor Society (President), Waco Symphony Youth Orchestra (Concertmaster), TMEA Symphony Orchestra (Concertmaster), Songs for Seniors (President), Mission Waco Afterschool Music Program (Founder), Student Council
SAT Scores: 1570: Reading 770, Math 800
ACT Scores: Composite 36: English 36, Math 35, Reading 36, Science 36
AP Exams: 5 Human Geography, 5 US History, 5 Statistics, 5 Physics Mechanics, 5 Calculus AB, 5 Spanish Language and Culture, 5 English Language and Composition, 5 US Government and Politics, 5 Macroeconomics, 5 Physics C: Mechanics, 5 Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism, 5 Psychology, 5 Calculus BC, 5 Spanish Literature and Culture, 5 European History, 5 Chemistry, 5 Environmental Science, 5 English Literature and Composition
SAT Subject Tests: 800 US History, 800 Math II


Other Awards: Signet Society Member (selective arts and letters society with 20 members per class)
Other Interests & Activities: Harvard Radcliffe Orchestra (Principal and Executive Board Member), HACIA Democracy (Vice President), Harvard International Relations Council (Board of Strategy and Social Impact), Small Claims Advisory Services

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