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Princeton University
Salutatorian, National Merit Finalist, Varsity Soccer Team Captain, Institute for Public Trust (IPT) Scholar, David Abshire Civic Leadership Fellow, Cum Laude Society, Research and Scientific Investigation Team, Round Table Literary Society, AP Scholar with Honor, National Honors Society, President, Baylor Business Club
Hi, I'm Alexander from Atlanta, Georgia. I've been tutoring for almost 7 years now, and I'm absolutely thrilled to be continuing on the University platform. I'm a Public and International Affairs Major, with minors in Finance and German, and intentions to go to law school after Princeton. My expertise in tutoring is in Science and Math, but I'm also very well versed in German and English writing and grammar. Tutoring new students is an exciting challenge, and I look forward to developing individualized tutoring strategies for each new student.
Princeton University
California Scholarship Federation Award, President’s Gold Volunteer Service Award, All American (Diving), Provident Credit Union Scholarship Award, Palo Alto High School Distinguished Scholar Award, AP Scholar with Honor, Varsity Diving MVP (x4), League Champion (x4), CCS Champion (2x), CIF State Champion
My name is Mimi, and I am a student at Princeton University from Foster City, CA. I am currently exploring a myriad of different classes and fields of study to find a concentration and career path. I hope to be a veterinarian, nurse, data analyst, or product designer, although I am open to other possibilities. As of now, I am a college consultant as well as a tutor because I genuinely enjoy answering students' questions and helping them achieve their short and long term goals I joined Princeton Tutoring because I want to share my passion and enjoyment of learning to others so they will have a positive learning experience as well. I only started liking math when the concepts clicked and the purpose of math class was made evident, and from then on I looked forward to learning the next chapters and making connections to what I previously knew. I hope I can share this feeling with another student so they too can have a positive academic experience. I would consider myself to have a strong math base with subjects such as pre-algebra, algebra, and trigonometry. Additionally I would be happy to teach calculus since that was my favorite math class in high school. Apart from STEM fields, I have a strong foundation in beginner's Spanish as well, and would be more than happy to help a student new to the language. I've had the most experience teaching kids younger than me, and on my diving team there were divers ages 10 - 18 that I trained with every day. I'm willing to tutor anyone who is determined to improve and will work hard with me to get there. I believe that drive and passion will yield success in the classroom and beyond.
Princeton University
Graduated Summa Cum Laude with distinctions in Humanities and Languages, Cum Laude Society member (Top 5% of Class), Classical Honors Scholar, Harvard Book Award recipient, The Charles and Benjamin Cheney Goodwin Prize recipient (Classics), The H. Boone Porter Prize recipient (Applied Religious Studies), Qualified for NY State Debate Tournament (9th, 10th), #5 Debator in NY (9th), Varsity Debater (10th, 11th, 12th), Qualified for World's Invitational Debate Tournament in Hong Kong, The Abidoye Family Debate Prize recipient, Gold Medal recipient on the National Latin Exams I, II, II, V, Maureen O'Donnell Oxford Classical Dictionary Award recipient, AP Scholar with Distinction
I first started my tutoring career in the 7th grade, when I volunteered at the Booker T. Washington school in New York City. Though early on in my academic career, I supervised and tutored young children, helping them with their nightly homework. Years and programs have gone by, but my sentiment is largely the same. No matter where you are in your academic career, and no matter how good you are in the material, tutoring can always help. I strongly believe in that mantra, and was the beneficiary of it throughout my middle school, high school, and college years. Such a simple request -- asking for help -- can do wonders. It has allowed me to succeed and thrive in my boarding school environment and continues to help me in my collegiate career. And with every bit of help I receive, I am eager to return the favor. For the past several years, I have tutored in public schools, for private employers, and in my respective middle and high schools. Princeton Tutoring is another wonderful institution that allows a platform for tutoring and learning, and I am eager to help in any way I can.
Princeton University
National Merit Semifinalist, University of Rochester Honorary Bausch & Lomb Science Award Recipient, Rochester Institute of Technology Medal in Computing Awardee, University of Chicago Book Award Recipient
I'm just a humble girl from the college town of Amherst, Massachusetts. My specific interests include machine intelligence, technology policy, and the New England Patriots (ask me how I feel about Tom Brady). My greatest and life-shapingest interest, computer science, was nurtured by an amazing programming teacher in high school who encouraged me to keep learning, even when I felt like everyone around me knew it all already. I became a tutor because I want every young person to have the same chance that I did to find and pursue their passion.
Princeton University
Valedictorian, National Merit Finalist, Presidential Scholar Semifinalist, Multiple national medals in Science Olympiad, Varsity Tennis Scholar Athlete, All State Orchestra
Hello! I'm excited to tutor with Princeton Tutoring! In the past at high school, I tutored middle school age to high school age students in diverse subjects, including the SAT, math, science, and music. I especially enjoyed math and would be excited to tutor from subjects as early as middle school math to multivariable calculus and linear algebra. At Princeton, my interests lie in programming and computer science theory, especially in subfields such as machine learning. I have worked as a programmer at the Air Force Institute of Technology, and this summer I am headed to intern as a software engineer at SpaceX. I hope to work in the tech industry in the future.
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