As someone who is VERY much used to going through the difficult and frustrating process of learning a mathematical concept for the first time, I know how great it feels to finally have something click. Although it’s not exactly the same, helping a student reach this understanding does give me a similar satisfaction. At the same time, as a physics major (who has a strong fancy for mathematics), I can’t help but want to try and dispel the notion that “math is hard.”


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Physics

High School:

Awards & Honors: Latin III Gold Medal for National Latin Exam, 3rd in California Junior Classical League Certamen Competition, 4th in California Junior Classical League Vocabulary Competition, 4th in California Junior Classical League Pentathlon, Bronfman Fellowship
Interests & Activities: Varsity Soccer Team, Varsity Dance Team, Physics Club Founder, Physics Team Captain (2 years), Latin Club Vice President, Philosophy Club Founder, Student Ambassador
SAT Scores: 800 Math, 760 Critical Reading, 790 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Calculus BC, 5 Statistics, 5 Chemistry, 5 Physics C Mechanics, 5 Physics C Electricity & Magnetism, 5 Language, 5 Computer Science, 5 Biology, 5 Literature
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math II, 800 Physics, 800 Chemistry


Other Interests & Activities: Men's Varsity Lightweight Crew, Club Soccer, Tigers for Israel, Math Club
Location: Princeton

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