Hailing from the northern suburbs of Chicago, I am a Princeton undergraduate who loves baking, traveling, and photography. Captain of my high school's varsity badminton team and a recreational squash and tennis player, I also enjoy all racquet sports. Academically, math and French have always been my favorite subjects in school, math being the area in which I have the most tutoring experience (from pre-algebra to AP Calculus). Since being at Princeton, I have tutored all sections of the SAT as well and am happy to tutor such standardized tests as the SAT, PSAT, and AP exams, etc. Moreover, I truly understand the difference it makes in the studentsâ€™ success and attitude when the tutor is caring and tries to make a connection and personal relationship with the student. As I was preparing to take standardized tests, I was fortunate enough to work with a tutor with whom I connected and felt that he sincerely cared how I performed on the exams by exuding great confidence in me. Based on this personal experience, I know what a difference an invested tutor can make in the student's experience. With every student I tutor, I try to embody the same traits that my aforementioned tutor exemplified.
Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Relations
Class Rank: 3%
Awards & Honors: National Merit Finalist, AP Scholar, National Center for Women in Technology IL Winner and National Runner-Up, National French Honor Society, Scholastic Art and Writing Chicago Award, National French Exam (scored 9th/6000), Illinois State Scholar
Interests & Activities: Varsity Badminton (Captain), Society of Women Engineers (Founder), Student Technology Leadership Team, French Club, Robotics Club, Math Peer Tutor, Student Instructional Leadership Corps (teacher's assistant for French class), Chicago Teen Philanthropic Foundation, Volunteer at senior citizen residence (art class and concerts), Interned at Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago in Northwestern University's A2R2 Medical Robotics Lab
SAT Scores: 800 Math, 800 Critical Reading, 800 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Calculus BC, 5 US History, 5 French, 5 English Language, 4 Microeconomics, 4 Macroeconomics
SAT Subject Tests: 770 Math II, 710 Chemistry, 720 French
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I've been involved in Business Today (I was the Texas and Southeast Corporate Contacts Manager and subsequently, was the Assistant Director for Executive Relations for the Women in Business Conference), Princeton Women in Business, Princeton French Society, Club Squash, Community House, and the Community Based Learning Initiative (CBLI).
Location: Princeton University