I am a senior at the University of Connecticut Honors College studying Psychology and Economics (clueless as far my dream-career goes. I have considered becoming an author, an architect, a doctor, a lawyer, a therapist, an Etsy shop owner, and have currently settled on "I'm not sure" much to the dismay of my parents). I am extroverted, kind of funny, personable, and prefer to take a relaxed take on tutoring to assure the students comfort.
Last summer I was an intern at the European Parliament in Brussels, and was fortunate enough to be able to travel on weekends. Traveling sparked some wanderlust, while the political work inspired a bitterness towards the subject and helped eliminate "local politician" off my long list of possible careers.
I am bilingual, Polish being my first language, and proficient in Spanish. I plan on taking a gap year out of college to study for the GRE before committing to a graduate school, ideally to further my study of economics. While I plan on developing a career in economics, psychology is a bit of a passion of mine. As off-putting as this may seem, books on criminal profiling and serial killers make up the bulk of my audible library. In my free time I like to hike/walk, play piano, experiment in the kitchen, or if I'm feeling particularly lazy I watch Netflix comedy specials.
I have prior experience working with children with disabilities including ADHD, dyslexia, and sensory issues, and know about the proper way to approach students with such disabilities.
Undergraduate Degree: University of Connecticut - Current Undergrad Student, Economics
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1470
SAT Math: 730
SAT Writing: 720
Piano, arts and crafts, guitar, reading, snowboarding.
High School Economics