After graduating high school from Phillips Academy Andover, I am now a rising First-Year in the class of 2024 at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Throughout my life, I have been fascinated by all things STEM, but in particular, I have become especially passionate about math and chemistry. At MIT, I plan to major in applied mathematics, physics, or chemical engineering to pursue these interests. In high school, I was also involved in the Math Study Center as a volunteer tutor where I would meet with students from all courses to provide assistance with homework or classwork. During my three years as a study center tutor, I met with students in algebra 1 all the way up to students in multivariable calculus and linear algebra. By far, I enjoyed tutoring calculus the most due to its immense applicability and adaptability. I am also particularly passionate about organic chemistry and have spent much of my high school career taking classes and doing projects on the subject. In my experience, tutoring is most effective when students are given the opportunity to discover results independently. My role as a tutor is to guide and facilitate this journey of discovery. Outside of academia, I enjoy the piano, folding origami models, and playing squash.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Bachelor of Science, Chemistry
SAT Composite (1600 scale): 1580
SAT Mathematics Level 2: 800
SAT Subject Test in Chemistry: 800
SAT Subject Test in Physics: 800
Academically, I am interested in mathematical analysis, quantum physics, and organic chemistry. Outside of school, I enjoy the piano, folding origami models, and playing squash when I can.