Hi! My name is Nina and I graduated from Princeton in 2019 with a degree in Computer Science. My journey after graduation has taken me all over the country, but one thing that stays constant is how much I enjoy helping students work through challenging problems and develop their own love for the material. I have experience working with students of all age levels and in a range of areas. As an undergraduate, I worked as a Writing Center Fellow and as a residential college tutor. Prior to college, I helped classmates with test prep and tutoring in academic subjects, such as math, English, science, and history. I grew up spending my weekends at the local public library and I’ve been an avid reader and writer ever since — talk to me about your favorite book!
Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: A.B. Computer Science
Awards & Honors: National Merit Finalist, QuestBridge Finalist
Interests & Activities: Editor of high school literary magazine, research assistant at Rutgers University Child Development Lab, president and founder of volunteer tutoring group
SAT Scores: SAT: 2340 (800 Reading, 800 Writing, 740 Math), ACT: 35 (36 Math, 32 Science, 36 English, 35 Reading)
AP Exams: 5 Calculus BC, 5 US History, 5 European History, 5 Biology, 5 Psychology, 4 Chemistry, 4 Statistics, 4 Government
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math Level 2, 790 Literature, 790 US History, 780 Biology
Other Awards: Graduated with honors from the Computer Science Department, Best Poster Award for Independent Work
Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I was involved in: Ellipses Spoken Word Poetry (President), Writing Center Fellow, Princeton Entrepreneurship Club. I am currently involved in: Questbridge Alumni group, personal writing and tutoring.