We distinguish ourselves by the quality of our instructors. Finding top-quality instructors is no easy task. We've hand-picked some of the best, including graduates of Ivy League institutions. Meet some of them here:
Matt graduated from Princeton University with a major in History.
While there, he was a member of the American Whig-Cliosophic
Socity, the oldest college political, literary, and debating
society in the world. While in high school, he graduated in
the top 3 and was Head Prefect of a top boarding school.
Matt scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT and has extensive tutoring
experience, including specifically preparing students for the SAT and
SSAT. He is an avid reader, and enjoys playing sports and sailing.
Natalie graduated cum laude from Harvard University in 2009
in Anthropology and Linguistics. She also won numerous Harvard
fellowships to conduct research in the Middle East and Europe,
including the President's Discretionary Fund for the Middle
East, the Harvard College Research Program, the Dean's Summer
Research Awards, and the Goelet Fund for Anthropology.
Natalie scored 1510 out of 1600 on the SAT, and on the GRE earned 740
on Verbal (99th percentile) and a perfect 800 on Math. She has over
6 years of private tutoring experience, including for SAT and SSAT,
and has taught English in the French Public School System.
Natalie is fluent in English, French and conversational Ukrainian,
and has a reading knowledge of German, Latin, Ancient Greek
and Ancient Egyptian.
Matt graduated cum laude from Harvard University with a degree
in Comparative Literature. He was the recipient of a Harvard-Cambridge
Fellowship and a Harvard Faculty Scholarship, and also studied high
level mathematics before focusing his studies on literature. While at
Harvard, Matt directed and designed numerous theatrical productions
and wrote a column for the Harvard Crimson.
Matt scored 2330 (99th percentile) on the SAT with a perfect 800 on
the Math section. He also had perfect 800 scores on the SAT II Math
Level 2 and Physics exams. Matt has expertise in teaching all three
sections of the SAT exam and is also a college essay editor for Ivy
Global. He prides himself on being a highly communicative and encouraging
tutor. In his spare time, he is an avid reader and distance runner.
Alexandra graduated cum laude from Yale University with a BA in English
and Theater Studies, and holds a Masters in Fine Arts degree from the
Yale School of Drama. In her time at Yale, she served on the executive
board of the Dramatic Association and the School of Drama Student Government,
and was selected to be a Yale College Graduate Affiliate.
Alex scored in the 99th percentile on both the SAT and the ACT, with
a perfect 800 on the SAT Reading and Writing sections and a perfect
36 on the ACT Reading and English sections. She has additional expertise
in the SAT Subject Tests and AP exams in English, Literature, and History.
An enthusiastic, skilled instructor, Alex has over 8 years of experience
tutoring and teaching at the elementary through high school level. She
is an expert in helping students master all sections of these exams
while also strengthening their core skills and study strategies in reading,
writing, and math. Alex is passionate about communicating clearly with
students, and aims to both educate and engage her tutees. She is passionate
about reading and the arts, and, when not tutoring, works as a professional
Keith Rubin graduated cum laude from Yale University with a BA with
Distinction in Theater Studies and Psychology. While at Yale, Keith
directed and performed with the Yale Exit Players, Yale's oldest improv
comedy group, and performed in over a dozen productions through the
Yale Dramat and the Yale Drama Coalition. An avid musician, he was awarded
a Class of 1960 Fellowship to write and perform music in cities all
across the country. Passionate about both the arts and the sciences,
Keith also conducted research in Yale's Positive Emotion and Psychopathology
Lab that has led to a more nuanced understanding of bipolar disorder
and depression. In addition, Keith represented Yale athletics as a member
of the men's water polo team, and was named an All-American athlete
for his contributions to the team. Keith is a passionate instructor
who believes in a personal, student-centered approach both in his individual
tutoring and in group classroom settings.
With an SAT score of 2340, including a perfect 800 on the writing section,
Keith is an expert in helping students develop a tailored study plan
to meet and surpass their personal goals for each section of this standardized
test. While not tutoring, Keith is pursuing a career in theater and
elementary-school theater outreach in New York City. He is proficient
Jason graduated from Yale Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude with a
degree in History. While at Yale, he acted in numerous productions,
sang in the Yale Glee Club, played on the Quidditch Team, and was a
member of the literary society St. Anthony Hall.
Jason is a gifted instructor with experience teaching students from
a variety of backgrounds. He scored a 2370 on the SAT (Critical Reading
800, Math 770, Writing 800), and earned a perfect score of 800 on the
SAT II French, Biology, and US History exams. He speaks Arabic, is fluent
in French, and has a reading knowledge of Latin and Old Norse. He is
particularly passionate about helping students improve their writing.
When not tutoring, he works as an actor and writer, and loves to play
Cleo Handler, originally from Los Angeles, is a recent graduate of
Yale University with both a Bachelor of Science with Distinction in
Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Theater Studies. A National Merit
Scholarship Winner and an AP Scholar with Honors, she received Yale’s
Walter Parkes Scholarship for Academic Excellence and Dedication to
the Arts, and was nominated for the prestigious Louis Sudler Prize for
Excellence in the Arts. Excelling in both the arts and sciences, Cleo
was selected to be a Yale O’Neill Playwriting Fellow and taught
playwriting to high school students. She also worked in the Anxiety
Lab at the Yale's Child Study Center, where she conducted research and
designed and carried out her own psychological experiments.
Cleo scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT and received perfect
scores of 800 on the SAT Subject Tests in English Literature and Chemistry.
An experienced and enthusiastic instructor, she excels in helping students
perfect their strategies for these standardized tests. Cleo has also
worked as a college consultant and editor, and has served in a literary
capacity at the Ojai Playwrights Conference and at Hasbro Studios. She
currently lives in New York.
Ainslie graduated magna cum laude from Brown University in
2006 in Comparative Literature. While there, she served as
writer, editor and executive editor for Brown University's
The Critical Review.
Recently, she has worked in editorial and media development,
which require her to utilize her strong language and communications
skills. She is proficient in French, having received the DALF
C2, the most advanced certification awarded by the French
Ministry of Education for both written and oral proficiency.
She scored 1570 out of 1600 on the SAT and a perfect 800 on
the SAT Writing section. She possesses extensive experience
teaching and tutoring students of many different age levels.
John A. New York University Law School Georgetown University
John completed his undergraduate studies at Georgetown University and
law school at the New York University School of Law. He has scored in
the 99th percentile for the SAT, LSAT (176), and GMAT (760). He has
two years professional experience teaching standardized tests and finds
teaching an extremely rewarding experience.
While in New York, he practiced as an attorney for Morgan, Lewis and
Bockius, where he handled mergers and acquisitions.
Mallory graduated from Yale University with a degree in Classics and
Humanities. She participated in Directed Studies, a selective program
offering an intense, interdisciplinary study of the Western canon. She
was the recipient of a Berkeley, Biddle and Woolsey Fellowship for summer
research in Greece and Rome, and she also traveled to Jordan through
Yale’s Reach Out program. While at Yale, Mallory served on the
Executive Board of the Yale Dramatic Association, and was invited to
serve on the Branford Dean Search Committee and the Humanities Advisory
With SAT scores in the 99th percentile and a near-perfect ACT score,
Mallory is passionate about helping students master the most effective
test-taking strategies for standardized tests, while also building their
core fundamental reading, writing, and mathematics skills. In addition
to the SAT and ACT, Mallory is an expert in the SAT II and AP exams
in Literature, US History, World History, and Math. She prides herself
on adapting her approach to each student's learning style and individual
needs. When not tutoring, Mallory is also a professional actor and freelance
Kevin Lin is a graduate of Harvard, where he majored in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology. Kevin scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT and earned a perfect 800 on the SAT Biology-Molecular Subject Test, as well as perfect scores of 5 on the AP Biology, Chemistry, English Language, and Calculus exams.
With extensive teaching and tutoring experience for the SAT, Kevin is an expert in both the content and most effective strategies for mastering each section of the exam. Kevin is particularly excited about helping students navigate the college admissions process.
Victoria graduated Phi Beta Kappa and magna cum laude from
Harvard with a degree in Literature. Her studies at Harvard also included
high level French and intensive German. Currently a director of opera
and theater, Victoria recently finished a Directing Fellowship in the
Vocal Arts department of the Juilliard School.
Victoria scored 2320 on the SAT, with a perfect 800 in the Reading
and Math sections. She also earned a perfect score on the SAT II Literature
exam and near-perfect scores on the SAT II French, Math, and World History
tests. Victoria is most passionate about language and writing, but is
also quite fond of geometry. As a tutor, she prides herself on her patience,
her communication skills, and her quick wit.
Austin graduated from Yale University with a double major in History
and Theatre Studies. His final thesis in History focused on the cross-cultural
interaction in the American West. At Yale, Austin taught courses in
theater and English to local at-risk students and directed and acted
in a variety of theatrical productions and films. He also played bass
guitar with several musical ensembles.
Passionate about education, Austin has five years of teaching experience
both in group settings and one-on-one lessons. He scored in the 99th
percentile on the SAT and the ACT, as well as on the Math Level 2 and
Biology Subject Tests. Austin is an expert tutor for all sections of
the SAT and ACT, as well as English, History, and Mathematics. He enjoys
getting to know his students on a personal level so he can tailor unique
lesson plans that are enjoyable and use each student’s time effectively.
When not tutoring, he works as a professional actor and enjoys reading
books, watching movies, and exploring New York’s many museums.
Athena B. New York University School of Law
New York University College of Arts and Science
Athena is a graduate of New York University School of Law and New York
University College of Arts and Science. She graduated magna cum laude
and Phi Beta Kappa with high honors in History and highest honors in
German Studies, and was granted an academic scholarship to attend law
school. Between her two degrees at NYU, Athena spent a year researching
and teaching in Germany through the Fulbright program.
Athena has experience teaching and tutoring students both in New York
and abroad. She scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT (1550 out of
1600) and on the LSAT (174), and received a perfect 800 on the SAT II
exams in World History, U.S. History, English Literature, and German.
She also received a 5 on 10 AP exams, including U.S. History, English,
Psychology, German, and World Government. She is fluent in German and
proficient in Hungarian. When not teaching or tutoring, Athena works
as a freelance writer and editor for the International Labour Organization
and as a research assistant in a social psychology lab. She loves music,
literature and travel.
Ellery is finishing a degree in Political Science and Economics at
the University of Pennsylvania, where he has maintained a 4.0 GPA, and
has taken additional coursework at Princeton University. He was a Merit
Finalist and Presidential Scholar Semi-Finalist and the valedictorian
of his high school graduating class.
Ellery scored a perfect 2400 on the SAT as well as perfect scores of
800 each on the SAT II Math Level 2, U.S. History and Biology (Molecular)
and perfect 5 scores on the Advanced Placement tests in U.S. History,
European History, BC Calculus, Chemistry, English Literature and Statistics.
Ellery is an experienced instructor for all three sections of the SAT
exam and has tutored in his hometown in New York, Washington, D.C.,
and San Jose, Costa Rica. He prides himself on creating an open and
collaborative environment for all his students. In his spare time, he
is a voracious reader and tennis player.
Zahra graduated from Duke University with a degree in Public
Policy and Global Health. She was on the Dean's List for 3
years at Duke and was an AP National Scholar in high school.
She scored 2300 on the SATs, scoring 740 on Critical Reading, 780 on
Math, and 780 on Writing. She has an energetic and easy going personality
that makes her tutoring sessions engaging and fun. In her spare time,
she enjoys camping, hiking, snowboarding, swimming, writing and playing
Rory S. Harvard University Rory is a PhD candidate at Harvard University studying
Government. He also graduated Magna Cum Laude with an MA in
Religious Studies from Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
He has extensive experience as a classroom instructor for both
SAT and GRE preparation courses and has privately tutored
students for standardized tests. His students have gone on
to schools like Harvard and MIT. His former students include
Shanae Grimes, who plays the lead role in the hit show 90210.
He has received numerous awards and scholarships for his studies,
including the Harvard University Graduate Fellowship. Rory
has also worked at a hedge fund and has been a world champion
Pamela graduated magna cum laude from the University
of Pennsylvania with a degree in English. While there, she
was on the Dean's list and studied abroad for a year at Oxford
University. She continued her studies in the UK at the University
of York, graduating with a Masters degree in Eighteenth Century
She scored 1460 out of 1600 on the SATs and a perfect 800 on the SAT
Writing section. She has a wealth of professional experience, ranging
from working in public relations, as a freelance writer and as a web
editor. In addition, she wrote and performed in comedy sketches for
Bloomers and was a humor editor for 34th Street Magazine. She is fluent
in French and Hebrew and takes avid interest in women's roles and rights.
Andrea graduated from Northwestern University with dual Masters degrees
in Learning Disabilities and Speech-Language Pathology. She
also completed her undergraduate degree at Northwestern where
she was on the Dean's List.
She has over 6 years of experience teaching students of all ages, in
both a classroom and one-on-one setting. Andrea is also able to pass
on to students her knowledge of standardized tests, having scored 770
SAT I Verbal, 700 SAT I Math, 770 SAT Writing and 800 in SAT French.
She also scored in the 99th percentile on the SSAT.
She especially enjoys helping students improve their writing, articulation
and language skills. She is truly passionate about tailoring her work
to each student during individual sessions and planning inclusive lessons
for larger classes.
Gideon graduated from Brown University, with an Honours Bachelors
of Science degree in Environmental Sciences. While at Brown,
Gideon won an Undergraduate Teaching and Research award for
his research on environmental projects.
Gideon is intimately familiar with the structure and style
of standardized tests and is adept in preparing students for
them. He scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT Reasoning
Test and has extensive experience teaching students how to
improve their standardized test scores. He has also excelled
in math competitions, including placing 2nd in the American
In addition to helping students with their standardized tests,
Gideon is skilled at helping students with their application
essays. He helps students brainstorm and craft essays that
will set their applications apart.
Trevor is finishing his degree at Dartmouth College, where he is pursuing
a major in English Literature and minors in Economics and Psychology.
At Dartmouth, Trevor serves as a Writing Center tutor for Research,
Writing, and Information Technology. He also fences sabre for the Dartmouth
College Fencing Club. Trevor is proficient in Spanish and participated
in a semester-long total immersion program at the Universitat di Barcelona.
Trevor scored a 2370 (99th percentile) on the SAT, with perfect scores
of 800 in both Critical Reading and Writing. He also received a perfect
score of 800 on the SAT II Literature exam and perfect scores of 5 on
the AP English Literature and Composition and U.S. History exams. With
extensive teaching and tutoring experience, Trevor is a skilled and
expert instructor for each section of these standardized tests. Trevor
prides himself on his ability to dynamically tailor his teaching methods
and content to the unique needs of his students.
Danielle is a Harvard graduate with a degree in social anthropology.
She was a Merit Finalist, scoring 2370 on the SAT with perfect scores
of 800 in the Math and Writing sections. She also scored a perfect 800
on the SAT Math 2 Subject Test. Though she pursued a degree in social
science, she holds a strong background in math and science. An experienced
tutor, she employs a clear and focused teaching style that emphasizes
fundamental concepts. She also possesses a genuine interest in her students,
prioritizing their specific needs and unique backgrounds.
At Harvard, Danielle was an involved student leader, holding senior positions
on the Harvard Crimson and Harvard International Relations Council.
While not tutoring, Danielle is currently pursuing a career in advertising
in New York City. She enjoys spending time with friends and discovering
Meylakh is finishing his last year at Harvard, concentrating in computer
science with a secondary in economics. Meylakh was a National Merit
Finalist and scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT, with near-perfect
scores on the Writing and Math sections. He also scored perfect 800s
on both the Math II and Chemistry SAT Subject Tests, as well as perfect
5s on the AP Calculus BC, European History, Statistics, Latin, Spanish,
Physics (Mechanics), and Chemistry exams. Meylakh has been tutoring
for over 5 years and believes that with the right help and a good sense
of humor, even the hardest material can be mastered in a fun way.
At Harvard, Meylakh has served on the boards of the Small Claims Advisory
Service, Harvard Model Congress Dubai, and worked as a supervisor at
the Harvard Square Homeless Shelter. While not tutoring, Meylakh loves
to travel and study languages. In addition to being a fluent speaker
of Russian, he also has conversational knowledge of Spanish, Arabic,
and Mandarin Chinese.
Sally graduated from Northwestern University with a major in Psychology, a certificate in Integrated Marketing Communications, and a concentration in Business Institutions. While at Northwestern, she was a National Finalist out of 75 teams in L'Oreal's marketing competition Brandstorm, and regularly wrote reports and newsletters for an advertising agency.
Sally scored a perfect 2400 on her first attempt at the SAT and has
extensive experience teaching and tutoring students for this exam, both
in classroom settings and one-on-one. She has worked with over 50 students
in the past year alone and develops a tailored plan to address each
student's individual strengths and weaknesses for each section of the
SAT. Fluent in Mandarin, she enjoys working with students from a variety
of backgrounds. While not tutoring, Sally is a Project Coordinator for
a Fortune 100 Internet company and enjoys traveling to new places.
James is a graduate of Yale University, where he majored in Psychology
with a specialization in Neuroscience. At Yale, James worked as a research
assistant in the Department of Psychiatry and as a French tutor at the
Yale University Center for Language Study. He was also an active brother
in the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity and an avid leader of several Relay
For Life teams.
James scored a near-perfect 2390 on the SAT (800 Reading, 790 Math,
800 Writing), earned perfect scores of 800 on the SAT II French and
Math 2 Subject Tests, and has additional expertise in the SAT II Biology
and Chemistry Subject Tests. He is passionate about teaching and enjoys
helping his students master these standardized exams with individual
attention and a custom study plan. In his free time, he likes to read
voraciously, run long distances, and cook vegetarian food.
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Washington University in St. Louis
Lisa attended graduate school at Harvard University on full scholarship
where she completed a three-year Master of Theological Studies degree
in Religion, Ethics, and Politics. Prior to Harvard, she graduated magna
cum laude from Washington University in St. Louis with a B.A. in Cultural
Anthropology and Psychology. Lisa was awarded Academic Excellence with
Distinction in Anthropology for her senior honors thesis. She was also
a member of Lambda Alpha Anthropology Honorary, and she made the Dean's
List every semester.
With a wealth of teaching experience, Lisa is passionate about helping
students excel in their transition to college. At Harvard, Lisa was
a Freshman Proctor for two years and served as resident advisor to an
entryway of 35 freshman each year. She was a primary freshman academic
advisor and a member of the Bureau of Study Counsel. Lisa scored in
the 99th percentile on both the SAT and the ACT, with a perfect score
of 800 on both the SAT reading and writing sections. She has over six
years of experience as an SAT/ACT tutor and as a college admissions
advisor, and she is devoted to meeting the learning needs of students
throughout the full college preparation process. Lisa also specializes
in intensive writing instruction and coaching for application essays
and personal statements.
Andrew graduated from Brown University with a degree in Physics-Mathematics.
Prior to enrolling at Brown, he was awarded the Wojtecki Sienkiewicz
Scholarship, and he currently serves as the scholarship’s ambassador.
At Brown, Andrew was a four-year letter winner as a member of the baseball
team. He worked for the athletic department as a tutor for other student
athletes, tutoring subjects from introductory economics to multivariable
With SAT scores in the 99th percentile, including a perfect 800 on
the math section, and a 770 (99th percentile) on the GMAT, Andrew particularly
enjoys helping students master the format and content for standardized
tests. He also has extensive experience teaching a range of subjects
and students, from working through Brown as a literacy volunteer at
a local Providence elementary school to teaching ESL for an adult class
in the South Bronx. Andrew greatly enjoys seeing his students make strides
in their studies and prides himself on being a resourceful and approachable
Isabel graduated cum laude from Harvard with a degree in the History
of Science and a secondary in the Dramatic Arts. While at Harvard, she
received a Harold Bolitho Scholarship to support thesis research into
a twentieth-century Australia leper colony, along with two other travel
fellowships for work in Peru and England. She also led the Harvard-Radcliffe
Dramatic Club and performed extensively in college productions.
Isabel scored a 2330 on the SAT, with a perfect 800 on the Math section,
and a perfect 5 on the AP Biology, English Literature, Spanish Literature,
US History, European History, Psychology and BC Calculus exams. A skilled
instructor with over five years of tutoring experience, Isabel takes
pride in her ability to communicate difficult concepts to her students.
When not tutoring, Isabel is pursuing an acting career in New York City.
Kenny is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor's
degree in Cognitive Neuroscience, minoring in Chemistry and Music. While
at UPenn, he was a member of the Cognitive Science Honors Program, where
he completed his published thesis in Cognitive Musicology. He was also
a contributing author to UPenn's undergraduate medical journal Synapse,
played both saxophone and piano for the Penn Jazz Band, and served as
a tutor and TA for a wide range of core science and neuroscience courses.
Kenny scored in the 99th percentile in both the SAT and ACT, with additional
expertise on the SAT Subject Tests and AP exams in Physics, Biology,
Chemistry and Mathematics. With a wealth of tutoring and TA experience
at both the high school and undergraduate levels, Kenny brings a highly
focused, active, and engaging approach to standardized test preparation
and academic support. He enjoys helping his students hone their critical
reading and study skills to become active, confident learners at every
stage in their education.
Chris graduated magna cum laude from Yale with a double major in Political
Science and African American Studies. His cumulative GPA was 3.92. His
studies at Yale focused on education policy, and he was awarded the
Department Prize in African American Studies for his graduating thesis.
On campus, he served as President of the Yale Political Union, a debating
society dedicated to bringing students together to argue alongside--
or against-- prominent political figures on topics of the day.
Chris has experience tutoring students of different backgrounds in
both classroom and one-on-one settings. In 2010, he was a recipient
of the Yale President's Public Service Fellowship, serving as a tutor
and SAT instructor for underprivileged students at a New Haven literacy
center. Chris scored a 2390 on the SAT (Critical Reading 800, Math 800,
Writing 790), as well as perfect scores of 800 on the English Literature
and Math II Subject Tests, and most recently a perfect 180 on the LSAT.
As he was given the opportunity to learn from many stupendous teachers
in his life, Chris is passionate about helping students achieve their
full potential. In his spare time, he enjoys documentary filmmaking.
Remy Z. is a graduate of Columbia University, where she majored in Psychology with a focus on social cognition and emotion. Also a professional actress, Remy serves as a strong role model for students striving for academic excellence while balancing extracurricular and career interests. At Columbia, she was on the Dean's List for multiple semesters while performing a lead role in an Off-Broadway musical. She has also appeared on Broadway in the original cast of Spring Awakening and on TV in Gossip Girl and Law and Order.
Remy scored in the 99th percentile on the ACT and is a specialist in the strategies and content for all sections of that exam. She also received perfect scores of 5 on the AP exams in Biology and US History. With over 8 years of teaching experience, Remy is a skilled instructor who finds that students connect well to her warm, engaging, and energetic personality. She is passionate about teaching important study and organizational skills, and works with her students to manage test anxiety so they can reach their full potential on these exams and in their future academic careers.
Sarah graduated cum laude from Yale with a B.A. with Distinction in
Film Studies. Her studies included additional coursework in French,
sociology, and child development. At Yale, Sarah acted in numerous productions
and sang in the a cappella group Something Extra. For her senior thesis
project, Sarah wrote, directed, and acted in a short film about a girl
inspired by the works of Shakespeare. The film has toured film festivals
around the globe and won the Yale Film Studies Prize and the Rehoboth
Beach Film Festival Student Film Award. Sarah was named a 2012-13 Marcie
Bloom Fellow in Film in New York City for her work in acting and filmmaking.
With an SAT score in the 99th percentile and over 4 years of teaching
experience, Sarah is dedicated to helping students excel by adapting
to their individual strengths and needs. She has additional expertise
tutoring the French, Spanish and Literature SAT II Subject Tests, and
is committed to advising and assisting students during the college application
process. Sarah also enjoys teaching younger children and has experience
working with children from Kindergarten upwards. When not tutoring,
Sarah enjoys acting, reading and watching great movies.
Eugene completed his undergraduate degree at the prestigious
California Institute of Technology, and a PhD from University
of Bonn in Germany. He was an Assistant Professor of Mathematics
at Johns Hopkins University, where he taught undergraduate
math courses for 3 years.
Eugene has extensive teaching and tutoring experience, having
taught undergraduate math classes ranging in size from 5 to
200 students and privately tutoring students in math and science.
He also has intimate knowledge of elite US colleges, both
from a student and faculty perspective. He enjoys teaching
and helping students excel in their studies.
Jaymin is currently pursuing a degree in Social Studies at
Harvard University. She has won numerous accolades for her
academics, including winning the Governor General Award and
achieving the highest average in her region. She scored a
perfect 2400 on her SATs, a feat only accomplished by about
200 students of 1.4 million test takers a year.
She brings much experience with tutoring and instructing,
and is passionate about helping students academically succeed.
She is also an avid debator, having participated in national
competitions and at the Harvard Speech and Parliamentary Debate
Society. In her spare time, she loves playing the piano and
enjoys writing poetry.