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University of Chicago (Public Policy, Human)
I graduated from the University of Chicago in 2015 with a degree in Public Policy, a Human Rights minor, and a Finance concentration. At the University of Chicago, I was able to be on the board of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, where I helped create diverse and inclusive communities. Additionally, I was involved in numerous entrepreneurial activities, where I was able to win multiple competitions across the city and nation.
My SAT score is 2250, with an 800 in the reading section, and 770 in verbal. I love working together to achieve the score that you want and can attain. In high school, I consistently and systematically studied for the SAT and understand what it takes to improve scores. I tutored my little sisters and friend's siblings in relevant subject areas in the past years, and know how to communicate and understand a student while also setting a high bar of excellence for the student to meet.
700+ score in both SAT Math, and SAT II Subject Test
Received an 800 (perfect score) on SAT Reading
I'd love to have a conversation around goals, as it inspires me to help students. I graduated from the University of Chicago in 2015 with a degree in Public Policy, a Human Rights minor, and a Finance concentration. At the University of Chicago, I was able to be on the board of the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, where I helped create diverse and inclusive
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