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Princeton University
National Honor Society (President), Varsity Swim Team (Captain), NJ All State Bassist, Billy Mitchell Award (Civil Air Patrol), Run/Swim Competitor for Ocean City Beach Patrol
I’m a big proponent of the idea of tutors being coaches or motivators as much as teachers. As captain of my high school swim team and later the club swim team at Princeton, I loved getting people motivated about what they were doing and pushing them to do more even as we joked around and had fun along the way. As a tutor for the McGraw Center at Princeton I tried to use the same techniques that I would use in the pool to keep students from giving up by injecting enthusiasm and excitement into what some might consider a boring activity. Combining this idea with the fact that I myself had a tough time when I transitioned into academics at Princeton but ultimately found a significant payoff from the struggle, I tutor because I want to join and push students on their own journeys to further develop their minds.
Princeton University
Valedictorian, National Merit Scholar, 2-Time National Science Bowl qualifier, National AP Scholar, AIME Qualifier, TX/OK Kiwanis Walter Hurst Sophomore of the Year
Hi! I'm Ariel and I'm majoring in computer science at Princeton! I hope to one day work in machine learning or a related field. I love tutoring and have have been involved in it for several years now. I have been a peer tutor teaching physics at my high school, and I also have taught quite a bit of standardized test prep, vocabulary building, and writing and speaking skills. Tutoring is wonderful because an important reason to learn is to put that knowledge to use, and sharing knowledge with others while tutoring allows me to do that in a fun way. I enjoy teaching many subjects, especially STEM subjects, and am also a runner, debater, and violinist.
Princeton University
Valedictorian, National Merit Finalist
Hi! I’m Danielle, and I’m a potential Molecular Biology major. I am planning to pursue medicine in the future and am interested childcare, global health, and research. From volunteering with pediatric patients, to investigating muscle development in the lab, I have always found science to be intriguing and challenging. I am deeply involved in the arts as well — I am a dancer for contemporary, hip-hop, and latin dance groups on campus, and am working on my own choreography. In spare time between studying and dancing, I enjoy reading, spending time with friends, going for runs, and baking. I have always found that the best way to understand a topic is to reteach it. I have tutored middle school and high school students in entrance exams, the SAT, AP Biology, AP Physics, Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus, and other subjects. Working in study hall groups and as an individual peer tutor, I embrace tutoring as a challenge to my own comprehension, and as a rewarding experience in helping others succeed. Aside from learning content, I strive to help my tutees with problem solving strategies and developing time management and organizational skills. I aim to strengthen each student’s individual learning style, to make sure that they succeed in a classroom setting as well as retain the information and skills for future use. I hope to not only be a tutor for my student, but also a mentor, and a friend as well.
Nyack, Harvard, Princeton
I am currently a Ph.D. candidate in Princeton University’s graduate program in Religion and have extensive teaching and tutoring experience at the elementary, high school, and college levels. My tutoring strengths lie in English reading, writing, and ESL. I am also happy to tutor Japanese. I have precepted at Princeton University (Tibetan Buddhism), and also co-taught English 101 at A.C. Wagner Correctional Facility through the Princeton prison teaching initiative (accredited through Mercer County Community College). I was also a supplementary instructor for several courses at Nyack College as an undergraduate, taught English in Japan and China, and also ESL to 3-4th graders. Born and raised in Japan, I also lived in Norway and China for a time and love traveling, outdoor sports, and motorcycling in the mountains of Japan in search of highly secluded hot springs.
Princeton University
Gold Honor Roll, Diversity Day Forum Co-President, Second Chair Violinist in High School Orchestra, State Diving Champion
Hi! My name is Katrin, and I am from Evergreen, Colorado. Some of my favorite activities include hiking, playing the violin, diving, and traveling. At Princeton, I am continuing to dive on the Varsity Swim and Dive team. In high school and middle school, tutoring played a large role in my life; not only did I reach out to my peers and upperclassmen for occasional help in courses, but I also had the privilege of tutoring others through the National Honor Society. I tutored freshmen, sophomores and juniors several times a week on assignments and classes that they were struggling with. I would also regularly help my younger brother with his school work. I especially enjoyed tutoring math and English/writing. I am so excited to continue tutoring, here, through Princeton Tutoring. I look forward to meeting you!
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