Nathnael

 

Hello! My name is Nathnael, and I’m a May 2022 graduate from Princeton University. During my time at Princeton, I worked as a learning consultant and tutor at the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning. As a learning consultant, I held weekly one-on-one consultations with students to help them develop personalized learning, time management, and exam preparation strategies. Additionally, I tutored Organic Chemistry and Introductory Physics and led both individual and group tutoring sessions to support students as they worked on problem sets and studied for exams. I not only have a deep passion for teaching but also for learning. I explored topics ranging from Biochemistry to Environmental Ethics as an undergrad, and I plan on attending medical school after earning my Master’s degree in Public Policy. Aside from my academic interests, I enjoy playing chess, watching soccer, and reading about theology and philosophy!

College:

Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: A. B. Public and International Affairs
Other Degrees/Minors: Oxford University- Masters in International Health and Tropical Medicine (2023) and Masters in Public Policy (2024)

High School:

Class Rank: Top 10%
Awards & Honors: Gates Scholarship, National French Contest Gold Medalist
Interests & Activities: President of the Chess Club, Science Olympiad, National Math Honor Society, National Science Honor Society, National French Honor Society, National History Honor Society (Executive Officer)
ACT Scores: ACT: 31 (34 English, 29 Math, 33 Reading, 27 Science)
AP Exams: 5 AP Gov, 5 Ap Human Geography, 4 AP Calculus AB, 4 AP Chemistry
SAT Subject Tests: FRE: 800

Other:

Other Awards: Daniel M. Sachs Class of 1960 Scholarship, Henrietta S. Treen Scholarship, FlexMed Scholar (admitted to the Icahn School of Medicine as a sophomore), Fortis Fellowship
Other Interests & Activities: Residential College Advisor in Whitman College, Learning Consultant and Organic Chemistry Tutor at the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning, Ascend Hospice Volunteer, James Madison Program Undergraduate Fellow

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