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Princeton University
Presidential Volunteer Service Award, National Merit Finalist, Missouri Scholars 100, Glory of Missouri Recipient for Virtue, Missouri Bright Flight Scholar, Homecoming Court, Academic All-State Varsity Softball, Junior Outstanding Social Studies Student of the Year, BreakDown STL Integrity Award, Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Ambassador, Lafayette Crown Trophy, Lafayette Choice Award, Renaissance Gold Scholar
Hi! My name is Kat, and I hail from St. Louis, Missouri. I've always enjoyed being a Renaissance woman, and so often times you can find me sailing on the Atlantic, swing dancing in Jerusalem, fighting human trafficking, or launching my own startup. I love learning and sharing this passion with other students. Consequently, I've had the privilege of tutoring students for several years in both St. Louis and Princeton. In the past, I've tutored on topics like U.S. history, writing, college preparation, Spanish, algebra, biology, and more! Though I'm comfortable teaching most topics, I do have my favorites! I've always love history, especially American history and government - an infatuation that doesn't surprise me in the least. I spent years as a child volunteering at my dad's Civil War museum. (In fact, I've even helped clean Abraham Lincoln's parlor chairs with a toothbrush!) Growing up, I was a book addict (and still am), and so I enjoy teaching anything related to language arts, reading, and writing. In the future, I plan on doing global mission work, launching my own startup, and becoming the U.S. President. Hope to meet you soon!
Princeton University
Varsity Soccer Player, Soccer State Champion, American Legion Boys State and Boys Nation, National Champion in Appellate Court at National Judiciary Competition, All State Clarinetist, Played at Carnegie Hall with Carolina Youth Symphony, United States Senate Youth Program Scholarship Recipient, Double Letter in Academics
The importance of bettering one’s self through education has always been stressed to me by my family. Growing up, my mom taught be how to read, multiply, divide, and write before I entered elementary school. I had a regimented schedule that included reading two books every week, completing a math workbook biweekly, and writing a five paragraph essay on every Sunday afternoon. However, the material I learned was not the most crucial aspect of my early education. The lesson I was taught more broadly that transcended math and grammar was the sentiment that through education anything is possible. Loving to learn new things is a crucial aspect of success in most facets of life— especially academics. I believe my presence at Princeton can be attributed to my desire to learn. I know that all people young and old have the capacity to love the process of learning. Yet, many have not fostered or developed this characteristic. I first became involved in tutoring when I saw one of my soccer teammates falling behind in school to the point where he was suspended from the team. He was as smart as anybody, but he misplaced his time and energy in things besides school. This was because he was apathetic towards learning. Over the course of the season and school year, I met with him three times per week tutoring math, while also trying to instill a greater appreciation for the significance of caring about schoolwork. Ultimately, his grades improved in math, and more importantly, his grades in all of his classes improved. Acquiring new good habits can lead to success across subject boundaries. I enjoy tutoring math, writing, history, and government the most. Outside of school I enjoy playing the clarinet and kicking around a soccer ball with my friends.
Princeton University
My name is Angela, and I grew up in Beijing, China. I am currently in the Woodrow Wilson School and am also pursuing a certificate in Classics. I really enjoy reading, writing, and helping people with academics. One reason I especially enjoy tutoring is because while I am teaching, I am also learning myself. In high school, I tutored students primarily in Chinese and English writing. Since I grew up in China, Chinese is my forte. Moreover, English reading and writing are also areas of expertise; I am great with helping people decipher a passage or polish a paper. I plan to go to Harvard for Education for grad school and eventually work at the administrative level. I am currently involved in the Daily Princetonian, Business Today, and Wind Ensemble at Princeton. I went to Greece last summer for a Princeton Global Seminar and it was one of the most unforgettable experience so far!
Princeton University
AP Scholar with Distinction, Gene Frankel Award for Writing, The Marvin Markman Scholarship Award
I am a Woodrow Wilson major, which means that I am studying International Affairs at Princeton. I am interested in this major because I enjoy learning about government, current events, international relations, and languages. I am conversational in Cantonese and Spanish and am currently learning French. I learned Cantonese as I was growing up and studied Spanish throughout high school. I also studied abroad in Sevilla, Spain for a summer to improve my language skills. I am comfortable tutoring Spanish and French, but I most enjoy government, history, and English subjects. I also tutor for standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT, and a variety of STEM-related SAT Subject Tests, including biology, chemistry, and math II.
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.
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