Hello, I am a student at Princeton University. I will be starting my freshman year this fall. I scored a perfect 36 on the ACT and in the 99th percentile on the SAT. I attended an intensive ACT/SAT preparation class in the past; I know how professionals tutor students for the ACT/SAT. I scored a 33 the first time I took the ACT, and after a few months of practice, I retook the test and got a 36--I know what it takes to up your score, wherever you are on the scoring spectrum. For instance, last year I gave a friend of mine a few tips on the science section of the ACT (he had gotten a 30 or 31 on three tries)--the day after he took the test and got a 34. As a recent test taker, I have lots of fresh experience with these standardized tests, which many tutors lack.
I am also a Class A United States Chess Federation player. My USCF rating is 1960. I was a two-time Ohio runner-up in high school. I have experience teaching chess at Progress With Chess summer camps and after school programs. My time with Progress With Chess involved teaching students ranging from elementary to high school age, beginners to tournament-level players.
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