Queenie truly enjoys working with students of all ages and is particularly passionate about tutoring math, writing, and reading comprehension. Growing up, she has always been academically involved with children in her community, slowly branching out to give private lessons in flute and art as well. Outside of academics, she enjoys music – from One Direction to the Met Opera, drawing, traveling (London and South Korea have been her favorites so far!), and playing volleyball.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: B.S.E. Operations Research and Financial Engineering
Other Degrees/Minors: Certificate in Applications in Computing

High School:

Awards & Honors: Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Finalist, Intel Science Talent Search Semifinalist, National Merit Semifinalist, 1st Place in Engineering Category for Delaware Valley Science Fair, 1st Place Society of Women Engineers Award, Yale Science and Engineering Association Award, 2nd Place IEEE Robot's Competition, Wellesley College Book Award, 3rd Place in Engineering for Jersey Shore Science Fair, New York Flute Club Blue Ribbon Award, Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music 8th Level Distinction Award for Piano, 10-year Shore Music Educators Association Award for Piano, New Jersey Music Teachers Association 1st Place for Flute, Music Teachers National Association State, Regional, and National 1st Place for Flute
Interests & Activities: Juilliard Pre-College Program (Flute major), Creative Arts Club (Magazine Editor), Technology Students Association (member), National Honor Society, Piano, Volunteer at Lincroft Elementary School to tutor children in math, In-school tutoring for fellow students
SAT Scores: 770 Math, 790 Critical Reading, 800 Writing
AP Exams: 5 Physics C - E&M, 5 Physics C - Mechanics, 5 Psychology
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math Level 2, 800 Physics


Other Interests & Activities: At Princeton, I'm involved in: Princeton University Orchestra (Principal Flute), Princeton Entrepreneurship Club (member of the IgniteSTEM team that puts on conferences for K-12 faculty and administrators from across the nation to teach them about cutting-edge teaching methods that can be implemented in the classroom), and Learning Enrichment in the Arts Program (as an art teacher)
Location: Princeton University

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