I am a graduate of Princeton University and currently live in San Francisco, CA. As an English major, I worked in the Princeton University Writing Center tutoring undergraduate and graduate students on class papers, cover letters, theses, and application essays. I also have experience with high school and middle school students in math and science. I love tutoring because it gives me the opportunity to use my writing and mentoring skills to directly help students to realize and achieve their full potential. I find that approaching each student with an unbiased and open-minded perspective leads to an exciting exchange of ideas and rewarding progress. Outside of work, I spend my time rock climbing, mountain biking, kickboxing, and reading.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: English Literature

High School:

Class Rank: 2
Awards & Honors: Valedictorian, 2012 United States Senate Youth Program California Delegate, Miner of the Month of October in Counseling 2011, CSSSA 2011, RYLA 2011, InConcert Sierra Scholarship 2011, 2nd Place Music in the Mountains Competition 2011, 3rd Place Area Rotary Music Competition, 1st Place Grass Valley Rotary Music Competition, 1st Place Tri-Counties Music Competition 2011, Outstanding Academic Achievement People to People Leadership Program; Washington, D.C., 2nd Place Tri-Counties Music Competition Piano 2010, California Junior Scholarship Federation, 2nd Place Piano Music in the Mountains 2010, 3rd Place Tri-Counties Music Competition Piano 2009. 2nd Place Tri-Counties Music Competition Piano 2007-2008

Interests & Activities: Community Theater (specializing in Shakespeare) 12 yrs. (seven lead roles), Summer Medical Institute 2010, Private Piano Lessons (12 yrs.), Master class experience with Brian Ganz (renown pianist with National Symphony in Washington, D.C) 2010, UCLA World Summer Music Institute 2010 (2 college credits), California Scholarship Federation VP, National Society of High School Scholars, National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine, Link Leader 2010-2011, Dance (2 yrs.), Free Tibet Club Secretary, Free the Children Club, Key Club, Health Careers Club, Volunteer at Pediatrics Office
SAT Scores: 710 Math, 670 Critical Reading, 620 Writing
ACT Scores: 32 Composite
SAT Subject Tests: 700 Math Level 2, 600 US History, 650 Chemistry


Location: Princeton University

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