I graduated cum laude from Princeton with a Bachelor’s in Political Science. I have extensive experience working with students on their writing skills and in subjects such as test prep (SAT/ACT/SSAT), admissions essays, English, US Government, and Economics. I’ve also taught online passion courses in niche topics such as Education Policy and Food Ethics. As a tutor, I try to keep sessions interactive and engaging. I frequently review concepts with students to check for competency and am always happy to explain core ideas differently. I understand that every child learns differently, and am always looking for ways to improve my teaching style to better suit my students. Outside of the classroom, I enjoy baking, crosswords, and sports. I was the team captain of the Women’s Lightweight Crew team and a national champion in the lightweight 2x and 8+. I am also an advocate for persons with disabilities, and have worked for organizations such as Special Olympics and PALs.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Politics
Other Degrees/Minors: Master's Certificate in Public Policy at Rutgers University; Current Harvard Law student

High School:

Class Rank: 3
Interests & Activities: Varsity Crew, Model UN, Band
ACT Scores: 34
AP Exams: 5 Computer Science A, 5 US History, 5 Human Geography, 5 United States Government, 5 Microeconomics, 5 Environmental Science, 5 English Literature, 4 Biology, 4 World History, 4 English Language


Other Awards: All-American Rower
Other Interests & Activities: While at Princeton, I was the team captain of the women's lightweight crew team, I ran a Special Olympic rowing program, was on the student volunteers council, and was the Vice President of an eating club.

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