Hi there! I’m Jack, and I love being a tutor. I see tutoring as a great opportunity to have a meaningful impact in my students’ academic careers. Through my work as a tutor, I help students gain both a stronger conceptual understanding of the material at hand, as well as helping them learn more about how they come to grasp new material.

In my undergraduate technical coursework, I enjoyed learning how to use different tools to conceptualize and formulate solutions to problems, using economics, code, and proof-based math to do so. I use this same holistic approach to problem-solving to work with students who prefer different learning styles, using different explanations to help students gain a deeper understanding of the subject matter at hand.

In my undergraduate liberal arts studies, I took a wide breadth of courses in literature, American studies, philosophy, and religion. I love thinking critically about what I read. When I was younger, however, writing and reading comprehension didn’t come as easily to me as math or science did. After a lot of work throughout elementary, middle, and high school, I came to appreciate and excel in both subjects. I would love the opportunity to help other younger students become more skilled in this craft, just as my teachers and tutors helped me.

I hope you enjoyed learning more about me, and I hope to have the opportunity to work with you!


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: B.S.E. Operations Research and Financial Engineering
Other Degrees/Minors: Certificate in Applications of Computing; Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program (Bryn Mawr)

High School:

Class Rank: Top 10%
Awards & Honors: Academics: Inducted into the Cum Laude Society in Junior Year (Top 10% of Class), National Merit Commended Scholar, AP Scholar with Distinction. Elected to Judiciary Committee
Athletics: Won Gold at 2018 US Rowing Youth National Championships in Men's Lightweight 8+, Won Silver at 2016 USRowing Youth National Championships in Men's Lightweight 8+, Won Gold at 2017 Head of the Lake in Varsity 8+, Took 5th at 2017 Head of the Charles in Men's Youth 8+. Competed on College Prep Varsity Soccer in 2015-2016
Other: Eagle Scout
Interests & Activities: Rowed crew with Oakland Strokes, Competed on Varsity Soccer, Elected to Judiciary Committee, Reached rank of Eagle Scout with Boy Scouts of America
SAT Scores: Math 790, Verbal 730
AP Exams: 5 Calculus AB, 5 Statistics, 5 Physics: Mechanics, 5 English Literature, 5 Spanish Language
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math Level 2, 790 Physics


Other Awards: Academics: Graduated Magna Cum Laude, Awarded Eric F. S. Pai '83 Prize for the best undergraduate thesis in finance, and Inducted into Sigma Xi.
Athletics: Won Academic All-Ivy Honors, Gordon Sikes Class of 1916 Medal, and Bayard Read Class of 1926 Award. Earned IRA All-Academic and CRCA Scholar Athlete Honors. Raced in the Grand Finals of the 2022 Eastern Sprints and 2022 IRA National Championships in Men's Lightweight Varsity 8+
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I was a Peer Academic Advisor for Mathey College, President of the Cloister Inn eating club, a grader for COS 340 (Discrete Mathematics), and a member of the Men's Varsity Lightweight Rowing team. I also volunteered as Head Coach of the Princeton Boathouse's Special Olympics Rowing program.
I am currently enrolled in Bryn Mawr College's Postbaccalaureate Premedical Program, after which I will apply to medical school for Fall 2024 matriculation. I recently took the MCAT and scored a 521, which is in the 98th percentile.
Location: Other

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