Hi! My name is Rachel, and I am a licensed teacher with years of experience working with students in different capacities. At Princeton, I concentrated in Anthropology with a certificate in South Asian Studies. Five years after graduating, I returned to Princeton as a member of the Program in Teacher Preparation. After finishing my teacher training, I moved to the UK as the Princeton-Aske Fellow at the Haberdashers’ Aske’s School for Boys. I currently live in London, where I enjoy the free museums and proximity to continental Europe. I am passionate about volunteering, and frequently look for opportunities to give back to my community (like mentoring forced migrant students in Princeton and London). Although I am licensed to teach high school social studies, I have also taught or tutored everything from English as an Additional Language to elementary mathematics. I especially enjoy working with students on test prep for SAT, ACT, and SSAT.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Anthropology
Other Degrees/Minors: Program in Teacher Preparation

High School:

Class Rank: 2
Awards & Honors: Illinois State Scholar, President's Award for Educational Excellence, Prairie State Achievement Award
Interests & Activities: Publishing (yearbook)
ACT Scores: 32 ACT Composite, 34 English, 29 Math, 35 Reading, 30 Science, 31 English/Writing


Other Awards: Certificate of Proficiency in South Asian Studies
Other Interests & Activities: South Asian Student Association Board Member, Terrace Club Sustainability Chair, Staff writer for Stripe magazine
Location: London, UK

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