I am a junior at Stanford pursuing a bachelor’s degree in international relations with a focus on international security and Middle East/Central Asia and minor in economics and management science and engineering. I was born in London and raised in New York City, where I attended The Spence School and began tutoring students and children. I have previously tutored individuals from ages 5 to 25 in subjects ranging from basic reading and math, SAT and AP preparation, organization and public speaking, and ESL. I have worked with students for periods ranging from 2 months to 3 years, helping them achieve significant grade and score increases in English, math, history, and standardized testing. I scored in the top 99th percentile in all standardized SAT and AP testing I pursued, and have extensive experience in test-prep and college application tutoring. My work qualified me for acceptance into the Stanford, Harvard, and Oxford University; previous students of mine now attend Georgetown's School of Foreign Service, UPenn's Huntsman Program, and other top high schools and colleges. I have had work experience in government, law, media, non-government organizations, research, and film, am a second degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do, an accomplished horse back rider/competitor, and an established writer for Stanford's daily newspaper.
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