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Yale University
National Achievement School Semifinalist, National French Exam Award Winner, Nationally Ranked Dance Soloist with Assemblies of God
My name is Ajua, and I am currently a PhD student in social psychology at Yale University and master tutor with Princeton tutors. I have expertise in teaching research methods, statistics (fluent in SPSS and R, proficient in STATA), and any psychology-related content. I have additionally taught or tutored students in subjects ranging from English at the general and AP level, to SAT French subject tests. Prior to matriculating at Yale for my graduate degree, I worked as a post-baccalaureate research assistant for two professors at Princeton University in the Psychology department, focusing on cognitive psychology, memory, and decision-making. I graduated with a bachelor's degree in Psychology from Yale University in 2015.
Princeton University
National Merit Finalist, Moody's Mega Math Challenge Honorable Mention, National Spanish Exam Silver Medalist x2, National Spanish Exam Gold Medalist
In high school, Ethan tutored a number of middle and high school students in math (from Algebra 1 to Calculus) and chemistry. He is an avid sports fan, particularly basketball and soccer and hopes to leverage his interests in math and computer science into a career in sports.
Princeton University
National Achievement Scholar, Cum Laude, Princeton Prize in Race Relations, Gold Medalist National Spanish Exam, AP Scholar with Distinction, Patrick J. Emington Scholarship Recipient, Silver Medalist National Spanish Exam
Hello! Throughout high school, I tutored many different ages of children in varying subjects. I have served as a lower school aide, tutoring lower school students in reading, English and math. I served as a writing and service tutor at a local middle school and was an active member and later co-president of my high school’s Big Brother Big Sister program. I am a highly motivated worker who strives to build connections with and effectively uplift students in need of tutoring.
Princeton University
Classical Diploma (4+ years of Latin and 1+ year of Classical Greek), Yale Cup (awarded to senior who "best combines the highest standards of character and leadership with excellence in his studies and in athletics"), VanderWolk College Scholarship, Early Induction into Cum Laude Society, Co-captain of Varsity Crew and Cross-Country teams, member of Varsity Indoor Track, several Science and Classics Department Prizes, First Prize in Prose Division of 2007 New Hampshire Latin Exam, National Merit Finalist
I have always enjoyed - and have been told I have a talent for - helping my peers with schoolwork. On numerous occasions in high school and college, I heard a classmate ask a question, only to have the professor misunderstand and give an answer that was not particularly helpful. This always frustrated me, because I almost always understood the intent of the question and knew how to explain the answer in a simpler way. Teaching and tutoring allow me to make use of this ability by re-framing difficult concepts in a way that makes them easier for students to understand. In the past, I have worked for the Princeton Review, teaching SAT prep classes for high school students and also training in ACT and SSAT/ISEE. It is extremely rewarding to see students improve their scores rapidly just by learning how to approach standardized tests, and it's an added bonus when they say that their performance in school has actually improved as a result of their test prep. For the past year or so, I have been living in Princeton, working for Princeton Asset Management Group, and training for the triathlon age-group world championships in Chicago, where I recently placed 10th in the 20-24 age group in the Olympic-distance race and 15th in the sprint distance. I will also be competing in next year's world championships in Cozumel, Mexico.
Princeton University
Class Social Studies Awards, National Merit Commended Student, National AP Scholar, AP Scholar with Distinction, AP Scholar, National Honors Society, Japanese National Honors Society, Recipient of Young Science Achievers Grant, UNIS Haiku Contest (Special Mention), NJ Letters About Literature (Honorable Mention), High Tech High School Poetry Out Loud
My name is SiTian, I hail from North New Jersey, and I am currently in the midst of my undergraduate education at Princeton University. I began tutoring the summer of my junior year of high school helping some of the local high school students in my town prepare for the SATs. I continued that experience the summer of my senior year, working for a test prep company in New York City. This time I worked with classes of twenty or so middle school and high school students, again on the SATs. I have found tutoring to always be an opportunity for exploration. Every time I work with a student I have to pay close attention to and break down my own thought processes. Thus, I can always come away with a better understanding of myself and a better understanding of whatever subject I am working with. I am most interested in the humanities and social sciences, and I hope I can one day possess a career in fields related to either subject. Outside school and work, I am a lover of musicals and a flute player, and I enjoy nothing more than curling up with a good book and a strong cup of tea.
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