I am a current student at Princeton University loving my college experience. I am a deeply curious person who has always loved learning. My own academic interest has translated naturally into teaching and I really enjoy working with students. Beyond school, I love athletics and am an avid sports fan. Right now I am pursuing a career in consulting because I was drawn to the problem solving and team-oriented nature of the industry. In general, I am a fun-loving person still trying to find my way in the world!

I am comfortable teaching everything from algebra to English, and physics to Spanish. I have worked for as both a tutor and a research analyst for a local tutoring company. I have personally tutored rising seniors in Statistics and Pre-calculus to prepare them for school courses while helping other students prepare for the SAT. As an analyst, I have helped breakdown and categorize both the SAT and ACT while also developing a course to teach the SAT to charter school students in Philadelphia. This experience has provided me with intimate knowledge of the SAT and a deep understanding of test strategies and material.


Education: Princeton University
Undergrad Major: Woodrow Wilson School; Certificate in Latin American Studies

High School:

Awards & Honors: AP Scholar with Distinction, Spanish Oral Proficiency awards, Excellence in biology and physics, National Merit Finalist, Cum Laude Society, Excellence in debating.
Interests & Activities: Varsity Baseball (Co-Captain), Varsity Soccer, Board Member of the Debate Club, Board Member of the Theater Club, Editor in Chief of the Spanish Newspaper, and President of the Spanish Club
SAT Scores: 790 Math, 770 Critical Reading, 790 Writing
AP Exams: 5 US History, 5 English Language, 5 English Literature, 5 Spanish Language, 5 BC Calculus, 5 Physics B, 5 European History, 5 World History
SAT Subject Tests: 800 Math Level 2, 800 US History, 800 World History, 720 Biology, 700 Chemistry


Other Interests & Activities: I am involved in Club Baseball and Club Squash.
Location: Princeton University

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