Growing up, most kids are defined by the sports they love to play or the instruments they like to play. Some kids love to sing, act, dance, draw, paint, or participate in other activities. I, however, was always defined simply by my love of learning. I started reading Harry Potter when I was five years old; I was the only child in my Kindergarten class to have private advanced math lessons. When I was unable to sleep, I read trivia books and fun fact encyclopedias. None of this is to brag about my intelligence, rather to demonstrate that all my life, I have had a passion for knowledgeto learn as much as I can. As a tutor, I want to inspire that passion in other children.
I attended a competitive private high school, so I am no stranger to people getting tutors in order to succeed. An ambition to accomplish any academic goal was encouraged all my life; thus, I am accustomed to studying hard on top of participating in countless extra-curricular activities. I graduated highs school and received a diploma from the extremely rigorous International Baccalaureate (IB) program, and began attending an Ivy League college, the University of Pennsylvania, in 2016. With all this said, I am confident that I will be able to teach clients effective ways to solve any problems they have.
As a freshman at the University of Pennsylvania, I am looking to major in communications. My primary interests are in journalism and the entertainment industry. I love writing, and I write for my schools arts and culture magazine. Additionally, I love to watch movies, travel, eat, and talk about pop culture.
If theres one thing to take away from this statement, its that I am the most dedicated and hardworking person I know. I always make sure to be prepared and friendly for any job I have to do, and I intend to do the same here at Varsity Tutors. I look forward to working with anyone and everyone who wants to learn and improve as much as I do.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Pennsylvania - Bachelor in Arts, Mass Communications
ACT Composite: 35
ACT English: 35
ACT Math: 34
ACT Reading: 35
ACT Science: 34
Writing, Volunteering, Reading, Movies, Pop Culture, Travelling
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College Application Essays
High School English
High School Level American Literature
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