I love teaching and mentoring, simply because I feel like I can have a tangible impact in one’s life by making things clearer, easier to understand, and most importantly meaningful and relevant to the student(s) I’m working with. I’ve been lucky to have worked with a wide variety of students. I’ve taught inmates at the Bordentown Prison and Ph.D students who brought in their dissertations at the Princeton Writing Center. No student is the same, and hence over the years, I’ve learned that my teaching/tutoring style shouldn’t be the same for every student either. I genuinely enjoy the mentorship aspect of the tutoring relationship and hope to work with my students in developing a skill set that can be utilized in any academic environment. I just spent this past semester abroad in Cape Town where I studied education policy and worked with elementary students. They were certainly very different from the students I work with here in Princeton!


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
Other Degrees/Minors: Certificates in Technology and Society and South Asian Studies; University of Cape Town Philosophy, Politics, and Economics

High School:

Class Rank: 1
Awards & Honors: Valedictorian, Prudential Spirit of Community Award, President Obama’s Award for Community Service, Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow, STAC Tennis All Star, United States Senate Youth Program, National Merit Scholar, AP Scholar with Distinction
Interests & Activities: Student Government (President), Varsity Tennis and Swimming, Marching Band, Oratory, Interact Club, Summers of Service
SAT Scores: 790 Math, 740 Critical Reading, 710 Writing
AP Exams: Biology 5, Government and Politics 5, English (Lit & Lang) 5, US History 5, World History 5
SAT Subject Tests: 720 Math Level II, 760 Biology, 790 US History


Other Awards: Davis Projects for Peace Fellowship
Other Interests & Activities: President of the Ivy Council, Writing Fellow, Member of the Religious Life Council, Petey Greene Prisoner Assistance Program
Location: Princeton University

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