We pick and train the best tutors from the best schools in the US that meet our high standards of excellence. Their strong academic background coupled with our guidance allows us to offer Chinese students a unique opportunity to learn from the best!

Ahmed M.
Columbia University, Class of 2017
Major: Financial Economics
Ahmed is currently living in new York City. He has tutored college students, high school students and middle school students for the last four years in English, French, Arabic, Math, and History. He is a literature, cinema and sports enthusiast. In his free time he enjoys running, playing the guitar, reading and going to the movies.
Alexander C.
Colby College, Class of 2008
Major: East Asian Studies
Alex was born in Boston, grew up on the coast of Maine, and currently resides in Japan. After majoring in Chinese, Alex studied and worked in China for five years, eventually serving as Chinese-English interpreter for the president of a major multinational corporation, and then for the cast and crew of a 52-episode television series. He has over five years of full-time language tutoring and test prep experience. SAT score: 1600. LSAT: 173 (99th percentile). When he's not teaching, Alex enjoys reading—English books, ranging from literature to astrophysics, as well as Chinese books, on such subjects as the rise and fall of the Ming Dynasty—playing the piano, rock climbing, and cooking elaborate meals.
Amber F.
Yale University, Class of 2011
Major: Psychology
Yanyao loves yoga and dance. She has always been interested in teaching: as a private tutor for SAT/ ACT standardized tests during high school and also as a community health educator during her time at Yale. ACT score: 35 SAT scores: 800 Math, 760 Verbal, 760 Writing.
Ambika S.
Princeton University, Class of 2015
Major: Sociology
Ambika is originally from New Jersey and currently resides in the Princeton area. She works in Financial services while also teaching and practicing fencing in her free time. She was a DIV 1 student-athlete in college and enjoys staying active, trying new foods, spending time with friends, and playing with her dog.
Annie L.
Princeton University, Class of 2017
Major: Economics
Annie is a QuestBridge scholar from California and has tutored elementary school and high school students in various subjects such as math and English. She is planning to major in Economics and minor in East Asian Studies and Finance. She enjoys doing community service. Annie scored 800 in Math II and 720 in critical reading.
Audrey A.
Princeton University, Class of 2017
Major: Molecular Biology
Audrey is a native of New York City, and is a first-generation American student. She is Class of 2017 at Princeton University, with a major in Molecular Biology, and on the pre-med track. She enjoys reading, going to the movies, and loves playing sports, like fencing!
Belinda Z.
Brown University, Class of 2017
Major: History/Liberal Medical Education
Belinda is originally from New York City and is a student at Brown University in the Program in Liberal Medical Education, an eight year baccalaureate-medical program. However, she has also been afforded the opportunity pursue her passion in history. She enjoys learning languages, trying new food, and traveling. She received an overall SAT score of 2390; 770 in Biology; 800s in Math II, U.S. History, and Chemistry; and 5s on the AP Biology, Chemistry, and Spanish exams.
Benjamin G.
Brown University, Class of 2016
Major: Biology
Ben hails from Chicago, IL and is a pre-med student concentrating in Biology. He has teaching experience working as a TA in the French Studies Department at Brown University. When he's not studying, he enjoys studying foreign languages (and is formally studying French, Mandarin, and Polish), singing with his a cappella group, the Brown Jabberwocks, and reading science fiction. Scores: 34 ACT (36 English, 36 Science); 5 AP English Language; 5 AP French; 5 AP Comparative Government and Politics; 5 AP World History; 800 SAT II World History.
Brian B.
Princeton University, Class of 2015
Major: Computer Science
Brian is originally from Jacksonville, Florida. In high school, he was an International Baccalaureate student and was the valedictorian of his high school, in addition to being a member of the varsity wrestling team for four years. He tutored English, math and science subjects in both high school and college. Last year, he worked as a Princeton in Asia fellow for Digital Divide Data in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He received a 35 composite score on the ACT, a 780 on the SAT math, and a 750 on the SAT reading. His hobbies include watching and playing sports, such as playing rugby in college.
Brian Y.
Dartmouth University, Class of 2015
Major: Master of Arts in Liberal Studies
Brian is originally from Southern California. He has a teaching credential and has years of experience teaching and tutoring students of all ages including college in a variety of subjects. He recently created and taught his own course through Osher at Dartmouth College based on his master's thesis field work in the country of Bhutan.
Caroline O.
Brown University, Class of 2016
Major: American Studies
Caroline Orr is a Brown University student from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania studying American society and literature. In her free time she loves reading, knitting, and making music. On her SAT exams she scored a perfect 800 in Critical Reading and 720 in Writing. On her Advanced Placement exams she scored perfect 5's in Literature & Composition, Language & Composition, and United States History, and a 4 in AB Calculus. Caroline has 4 years of tutoring experience with students ages 10-14.
Chelsie A.
Princeton University, Class of 2020
Major: Political Science
Chelsie is from Queens, New York, and she is a student in the Politics Department at Princeton University. She has experience tutoring students in English, reading, and writing. She scored a 5 on the AP U.S. History tests. Chelsie is currently learning Korean and very interested in human rights, attending and planning conferences on human rights in North Korea. Chelsie's interests and hobbies include comparative politics, dancing, and watching Netflix!
Chris K.
Harvard University, Class of 2016
Major: History
Chris is currently a graduate student at Harvard University, concentrating in History. He earned his CELTA (Certified English Language Teaching to Adults) certification in 2012 and has accumulated four years of experience in English tutoring. Additionally, he has taught courses in business, history and college readiness. Chris is also a tutor for other subjects, including: TOEFL, AP/SAT US History, AP/SAT World History, SSAT and Government. Chris enjoys traveling, cooking and cycling
Clark B.
Yale University, Class of 2019
Major: Sociology
Clark is a film director from New Jersey. At Yale, he majors in sociology, making narrative films and documentaries on topics ranging from competitive barbering and styling to race relations, gentrification, and law enforcement. His work has been screened and recognized around the country. Clark scored a 730 in Critical Reading, a 700 in Math, and a 790 in Writing on the SAT. As an AP Scholar with distinction, he received a perfect score of 5 on the AP Calculus AB, AP English Literature and Composition, AP United States History, and AP English Literature and Composition exams. Clark hopes you enjoy his films and his teaching.
Connor B.
Brown University, Class of 2021
Major: Computer Science
Connor is from Minden, Nevada where he has been tutoring middle school and high school subjects for over three years. He received a 35 on the ACT and 5’s in AP English Literature, AP English Language, AP US History, AP World History, AP Statistics, AP Calculus AB, and AP US Government. Along with tutoring, he is currently a teaching assistant in the computer science department. In his spare time, Connor enjoys running, reading, and making pottery on the wheel.
Constance C.
Wellesley College, Class of 2014
Major: English Literature
Constance loves literature, cinema, coffee, and the outdoors. She partakes in all of these as often as she can (and in as many different countries as possible :). She has lived in rural France, Connecticut, New York City, Cambridge, and Beijing. SATI scores: 800 reading/writing; 730 math. SATII scores: English Literature: 760; Math II: 770. AP scores: 5s in Biology, English Language and Composition, English Literature
Corey S.
Dartmouth University, Class of 2018
Major: History
Corey is originally from New York City, and currently studies History and Neuroscience at Dartmouth College. He attended The Hotchkiss School where he was the Editor-In-Chief of the newspaper, and played three sports, captaining two of them. He recorded high SAT and SATII scores, with a 780 in Critical Reading and 770 in Mathematics, as well as receiving 5s on every AP exam he took. He has a wealth of tutoring experience, having dedicated each of his high school summers to tutoring grade schoolers in English, Math, and Science. In his free time he loves to play basketball and golf or read.
Dan B.
Columbia University, Class of 2012
Major: Psychology/Music
Dan currently lives in Brooklyn where he teaches music and performs regularly as a drummer. He scored perfect 800s on both the math and verbal sections of the SAT and has tutored students in writing, English, psychology, and SAT prep.
Dee L.
University of Pennsylvania, Class of 2016
Major: Neuroscience
Dee grew up in Saint Louis, Missouri. She is an avid dancer who loves reading and her favorite book in high school was The Picture of Dorian Gray. She is a National Merit Finalist (ACT: 34), recipient of the President's Gold Volunteer Service Award, and an AP Scholar with Distinction. In her free time she enjoys hiking, graphic design, and cooking.
Denise K.
Harvard University, Class of 2019
Major: Economics
Denise is currently a student at Harvard College. She graduated as valedictorian of her high school class and scored a 36 on the ACT and a 2390 on the SAT. She is also a National AP Scholar and a U.S. Presidential Scholar, representing her great home state of Texas. In the past, she has tutored and offered college consulting to peers, and enjoys reading, traveling, and watching reality TV.
Disha D.
Stanford University, Class of 2020
Major: Symbolic Systems
Disha is originally from Olathe, Kansas. As a junior, she received a perfect 36 on her ACT (Math - 36, Reading - 36, Writing - 36, Science - 34). She has been tutoring students in Math, English, and Standardized Test Prep for 6 years. Outside of tutoring, Disha loves playing the piano, doing research, reading, and spending time with her friends.
Dominique S.
Texas A&M University, Class of 2019
Major: Animal Science
Dominique, born and raised in Dallas, TX and now at Texas A&M, attended The Hockaday School where she earned Headmistress’ List all throughout high school, took Chinese, tutored thought her high school years, led the tutoring program during her senior year, and led two clubs as president. Dominique scored 720 in reading, 700 in math, and 750 in writing on her SAT. Additionally, she took the SAT Subject Tests and scored 710 in Literature and 720 in Math Level II. Dominique also earned AP Scholar with Honors. In her free time, she likes to take and edit photos, play Bananagrams, dance, play guitar and spend time in nature. She also enjoys training puppies to become service dogs.
Don S.
Dartmouth University, Class of 2016
Major: Engineering and Physics
Don is from the Bay Area and has extensive experience tutoring academic subjects to high school students. Don earned a 780 on the SAT Critical Reading, 740 on the Writing, and also scored 750+ on Physics, Math II and US History Subject II tests. He is an AP Honors Scholar with Distinction and a National Merit Commended Scholar.
Dylan G.
Dartmouth University, Class of 2014
Major: Neuroscience
Dylan is a pre-med student that plans to pursue neuroscience in the future. Dylan teaches well and he is friendly and patient. He has been swimming since 4 years old and was recruited for distance freestyle and backstroke.
Dylan L.
Princeton University, Class of 2015
Major: English
Dylan is originally from Ames, Iowa. The summer following his sophomore year, he taught English in Jishou, China (Hunan Province). Next year, he will be working at the Environmental Defense Fund in New York City. On the ACT, he received a 34 on the Reading portion, 33 on the Science portion, and a 34 on the Math portion.
Elaine K.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Class of 2017
Major: Chemical-Biological Engineering
Raised in Nashua, New Hampshire, Elaine earned a 2270 on the SAT, an 800 on the Math II SAT subject test, and was a National Merit Finalist. In her free time, Elaine enjoys traveling and trying new foods.
Eli R.
Dartmouth University, Class of 2013
Major: English
Eli grew up on a boat in the States, and currently lives on dry land, splitting her time between Israel and the US. She has over 6 years of experience (3 of them full-time) tutoring middle and high school and college students in English, Writing, Political Science, and Organizational Behavior. She currently works in journalism, and performs research on the formation of multiethnic identities in educational ecosystems. When she’s not studying or working, she enjoys jiu jitsu, cooking, laughing at memes, and playing with dogs.
Emily L.
Middlebury College, Class of 2015
Major: English and American Literatures
Emily graduated from Middlebury with a B.A. in English and a minor in Chinese. She teaches undergraduate creative writing at Rutgers University-Newark and spends her free time reading, swimming, and hiking.
Erika A.
Princeton University, Class of 2015
Major: English Literature
Erika, a native of Pennsylvania, enjoys reading and playing the ukulele. She earned perfect scores for the SAT Reading section, AP US History and both AP English tests. In addition to tutoring at an ESL program in Princeton, she has experience working with students in a writing center.
Eunice L.
Harvard University, Class of 2017
Major: History and Science
Born and raised in Dallas, Texas, Eunice received a 2380 on her SAT (800 Verbal, 800 Reading, 780 Math), as well as a score of 800 on the SAT subject tests for Literature and US History. As a student, her specific interests always lay in humanities courses that required strong writing, reading, and analytical skills—as a result, she has always enjoyed tutoring students in these particular subject areas. In high school, she performed oboe competitively and participated in youth orchestras and summer music festivals. Currently a History and Science major at Harvard who plans to attend law school in the future, she speaks Spanish and Korean and enjoys reading, cooking, and golf.
Eve D.
Swarthmore College, Class of 2015
Major: History
Eve is originally from Lincoln, Nebraska, where she graduated in the top 3% of her high school class with an International Baccalaureate diploma. She was recognized as a National Merit Finalist and earned an 800 on the SAT reading and a 760 on the SAT writing. In college, she worked as a college writing tutor and was a member of Swarthmore’s NCAA Division III varsity swim team for all four years. Eve is currently based out of Kathmandu, Nepal, where she is a founding member of a start up internship program. Her hobbies include reading, blogging, hiking, and photography.
Farrah L.
Princeton University, Class of 2020
Major: Psychology
Farrah is from San Antonio, Texas, and is a member of Princeton’s fencing team. She has experience tutoring students in English reading, math, and science. She scored a 770 on SAT Reading and 770 on SAT Math; she also scored a 5 on the AP English Literature, AP English Language, AP Calculus AB, and AP World History exams.
Frances L.
Princeton University, Class of 2019
Major: Public and International Affairs
Frances is a senior at Princeton University, originally from New York City. At Princeton, Frances is studying in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, with a minor in East Asian Studies. Frances has extensive tutoring experience, having served as a teaching assistant at Princeton, as well as a Mandarin peer tutor in both high school and college. Frances is also a member of the Varsity Track and Field team at Princeton, where she competes as a heptathlete.
George M.
Princeton University, Class of 2011
Major: History
George is originally from San Francisco and has been working as a tutor for over seven years, including two years as an SAT and ACT tutor. He received a 35 on the ACT, with scores of 800, 770, and 750 on the SAT subject tests in English Literature, U.S. History, and Physics. In addition to being fluent in Mandarin Chinese, he speaks Russian, Spanish, and Swahili. His interests include game programming, wildlife photography, and creative writing, and he hopes one day to pursue graduate studies in geology or computer science.
Gracie S.
Princeton University, Class of 2016
Major: Politics
At Princeton University, Gracie majored in Politics with a focus on International Relations, and also pursued minor in Arabic Language and Culture. She grew up in Chicago IL, and has lived in Russia, Egypt, Israel, and Jordan. She is most interested in human rights, humanitarian aid and access to education, and love all kinds of writing and journalism. In her spare time, she enjoys sports and music, as well as stand-up comedy.
Hope L.
Princeton University, Class of 2017
Major: Engineering
From Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Hope is currently studying engineering at Princeton University as well as being in Princeton Running Club. She has five years of experience tutoring middle and high school students in areas including math, physics, and SAT preparation. She scored a 2260 on the SAT with a perfect score on the Math II subject test and is a National Merit Scholar Finalist.
Isabel R.
Brown University, Class of 2021
Major: Cognitive Neuroscience
Isabel is from New York City and has been tutoring in her area for over five years. In high school, she mastered and tutored in the subjects of AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Psychology, AP Calculus AB, AP Government and Politics, AP Language and Composition, and AP Literature and Composition. She scored a 34 on her ACT. At Brown University, Isabel is a writing fellow, peer advisor, and research intern, practicing graphic design and photography in her free time.
Jacob C.
Princeton University, Class of 2017
Major: Public Policy
Jacob is from Scarsdale, New York and received a 2230 on his SAT. He has 4 years of experience tutoring in Middle School subjects. He is looking to major in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton (major in public policy) and minor in Chinese Language and Culture. On the side, He loves taking part in Student Government, playing football, giving tours, and working out.
Jeremy L.
Columbia University, Class of 2013
Major: Classics
Jeremy studied Greek and Latin in college and then spent the summer in Shanghai as an Education Advisor for Taurus Edu. He scored an 800 on the math section and a 760 reading section of the SAT. In his free time, he enjoys reading literature of all sorts, playing bluegrass music and writing.
Jessie S.
Princeton University, Class of 2016
Major: Philosophy
Originally from Georgia, Jessie is a recent graduate of Princeton University, where she received a degree in Philosophy and a certificate in Cognitive Science. In high school, she tutored ESL and earned 5's on several AP exams: AP English Language and Composition, AP English Literature and Composition, and AP European History. Her SAT reading score was 800 and her writing score was 750. She enjoys traveling, cinema, and running.
Jessie M.
Northwestern University, Class of 2016
Major: Biology and Environmental Science
Jessie grew up in St. Charles, Illinois and graduated from Northwestern University in 2016 with degrees in Biology and Environmental Science. She earned a 35 on the ACT and 5’s on eight AP tests, and has tutored high school students in reading&writing, English, and math. Jessie currently lives in Kathmandu, Nepal, where she works for a local wildlife conservation NGO on drinking water quality research in the Himalayas. In her free time, she enjoys reading, running, hiking, and eating.
Jocelyn T.
Princeton University, Class of 2014
Major: Computer Science
Jocelyn hails from Honolulu, HI and is currently studying Computer Science at Princeton University. She scored a 2350 on the SAT, with an 800 on the Math SAT II subject test, and 790 on the Physics, Chemistry, and Biology SAT subject tests. In her free time, she likes to read, play tennis, practice guitar, and hang out with friends.
Jocelyn L.
Cornell University, Class of 2016
Major: Biology & Society
Originally from St. Louis, Jocelyn is a recent graduate of Cornell University where she studied environmental policy. She scored a 35 on the ACT and received a 5 on multiple Advanced Placement exams including AB Calculus, Biology, and English Language. Now living and working in New York City, she enjoys reading, spending time outdoors, and traveling to other countries.
John R.
Stanford University, Class of 2017
Major: Public Policy
John hails from San Francisco, California and now studies environmental and climate policy at Stanford. He has been tutoring friends and family for the SAT since his senior year of high school, and received an 800 in Writing and a 790 in Critical Reading on his own SAT. He enjoys singing, swimming, and looks forward to sharing his appreciation of the depth and nuance of English literature.
Jordan M.
University of Southern California, Class of 2018
Major: Psychology
Jordan grew up in Iowa City, Iowa, where she fell in love with American literature and creative writing from a very early age. When she went to Washington University in St. Louis, she continued to study writing through a highly-selective writing scholars program. She majored in Psychology and minored in Writing and Chinese. Throughout her time at college, she helped international students practice their English through a volunteer tutoring program, as well as taught elementary school kids math at a nearby school. After graduation, Jordan went to the University of Southern California in Los Angeles for her Master's degree in Social Work. Jordan now lives in New York City and works in healthcare.
Katherine H.
Princeton University, Class of 2015
Major: Music and Medieval Studies
Katherine, a Montana native, has been tutoring since high school, and was both an AP Scholar and National Merit Finalist. In addition to tutoring, she enjoys playing and recording music, spending time in nature, and painting.
Kay X.
Harvard University, Class of 2019
Major: English
Kay was born in the United States, and has also lived in Asia. She went to high school at Phillips Academy, Andover. In high school she was selected as a peer tutor and she helped other students review difficult courses, including math, science and writing. Kay loves art and writing, and she likes swimming and water polo. Kay is patient and a hard worker. She hopes to become friends with her students, working together to achieve their goals.
Kaylee D.
Brown University, Class of 2020
Major: History
Kaylee lived in the US for the first 10 years of her life before moving to China and living in Beijing for 8 years. She graduated from an international high school with an International Baccalaureate degree and a bilingual diploma in English and Chinese. She achieved an SAT score of 2310 and an IB score of 43. In her free time, she loves watching films, TV shows, and reading books as she has a passion for stories of all sorts.
Kimberly R.
Columbia University, Class of 2019
Major: Economics
Kimberly is a sophomore at Columbia University studying Economics and Political Science. Initially, she started out by helping her younger cousins and neighbors understand difficult math concepts. Kimberly now specializes in tutoring the humanities and has a true passion for writing, English and history. Kimberly’s tutoring style goes beyond just cramming or memorization; she aims to get the students to think deeper and analyze subjects in a more challenging manner. Some of her test scores include: AP ENGLISH – 5, AP US HISTORY – 5, and SAT II US history – 760. In her free time she enjoys reading and baking.
Laura M.
Brown University, Class of 2021
Major: Biology
Laura is a sophomore majoring in Biology at Brown University. She received a 5 in AP Calculus, Biology, English Language and Composition, and English Literature, and a 34 on her ACT (36 Reading). She has served as a teacher's assistant and has been tutoring in English, Spanish, Math, and Science since High School. At Brown, she plans and teaches English as a Second Language classes. In her free time, she enjoys reading, playing the piano, and hiking.
Leah W.
Princeton University, Class of 2015
Major: Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Leah is a junior from San Francisco, California where she was born and raised. She received a 2270 on her SAT and has several years of experience tutoring students in biology, English literature and language, and French/Italian language. Outside of school, she enjoys dancing and hopes to someday become a veterinarian.
Lilian L.
University of Rochester, Class of 2019
Major: Computer Science
Lilian is a dual degree candidate at the University of Rochester and Eastman School of Music pursuing a B.S. in Computer Science and a B.M. in Violin Performance. She has a wealth of teaching experience through her dedication as a Computer Science Teaching Assistant and serving as an English tutor, as well as teaching violin. In her spare time, Lilian enjoys running, rock climbing, and composing.
Lina E.
Yale University, Class of 2019
Major: Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology
Lina is from Stamford, CT and is a pre-med student at Yale University. She has experience tutoring children and high school students in Science and English. She enjoys reading, running, and doing community service. She scored a 34 on the ACT (36 English, 36 Reading, 34 Science). She scored a 770 in Literature SAT II, 770 in US History SAT II, and 740 in Math Level I SAT II.
Lisa H.
University of Pennsylvania, Class of 2017
Major: Economics
Lisa was born and raised in Colorado. She is an AP Scholar with Distinction and scored a 32 on the ACT. A few of her interests include tennis, snowboarding, and graphic design. She has experience tutoring students of various grade levels and also students with special needs.
Mackenzie S.
Texas A&M University, Class of 2016
Major: Kinesiology
Mackenzie is originally from Dallas, TX. He is pursuing a Kinesiology degree with a Psychology minor at Texas A&M University. He received a 32 on the ACT. He enjoys spending time outdoors, and he played water polo in high school and in college.
Matthew B.
Harvard University, Class of 2017
Major: Education
Matthew loves learning and teaching! He speaks 6 languages and has taught English, French, Spanish, and Russian. Credentials include: International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma and Fulbright English Teaching Assistant. He would be happy to teach AP, IB, SAT, SATII, and TOEFL Exam preparation, as well as language tutoring. His favorite hobbies include playing trombone and saxophone, running and cycling, and traveling the world.
Michael T.
Brown University, Class of 2020
Major: International Relations/Economics
Michael has lived nearly all of his life in Boston, Massachusetts, and is perusing International Relations/Economics at Brown University. He has a passion for history, politics, and the relationship between China and the United States. He is fluent in Mandarin and has taught kids at his local Chinese school, and is an experienced one-on-one tutor for Math and English. Test Scores: ACT: 35, SAT: 2310, SAT II: Math II: 800, Chemistry: 790, U.S. History: 780, APs: 5 (Chinese, European History, Chemistry, Calculus BC, English Lang & Comp, Psychology)
Michael W.
Rutgers University, Class of 2013
Major: History
Michael was born and raised in New Brunswick, New Jersey. After graduating summa cum laude with a degree in History, Michael worked as a substitute teacher and tutor (from 1st-12th grade) for 8 years. His most rewarding experience was working as the lead tutor for Princeton Young Achievers where he taught reading, writing, and English skills. In his free time Michael loves to read and play sports like basketball, hiking, and fishing.
Michelle L.
Harvard University, Class of 2017
Major: Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology
Michelle is a pre-med student at Harvard College, where she plans to major in Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology with a minor in Economics. An AP Scholar with Distinction, she scored 5s on her Calculus BC, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, Chemistry, and US History AP exams. She scored 700s on her Chemistry, Math II, US History and Latin SAT subject tests.
Michelle N.
Princeton University, Class of 2016
Major: International Relations
Michelle graduated Phi Beta Kappa and summa cum laude from Princeton University's politics department in 2016. Currently pursuing a Master's in Public Affairs degree from Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School, Michelle is a young professional in foreign policy and an avid lover of learning. She has worked as a teaching assistant, mentor, and tutor for over four years. She enjoys dancing, writing, and poetry.
Morgan L.
Dartmouth University, Class of 2019
Major: Undecided
Morgan, born and raised in New York City, attended Trinity School. At Trinity, she served as president of two clubs and was a four-year member of the Varsity Cross Country and Swimming teams. She obtained high scores on APs, SATIIs, and the SAT, scoring perfect 800s on the Critical Reading and Writing sections. She has experience tutoring both the SAT and fellow Dartmouth students. In her free time, Morgan enjoys running, traveling, and cooking.
Natalie C.
Dartmouth University, Class of 2012
Major: Biological Sciences
Natalie is originally from New York and interested to pursue a career in addiction medicine. She is very passionate about research and spent last year performing a research project in affiliation with the University of Oxford. She received a 34 on the ACT and scores of 5 on several AP exams. She currently volunteers with a community organization teaching English and has previously helped friends from different countries improve their English while residing in England. In her free time, she enjoys travelling, photography, and horseback riding.
Oak L.
Cornell University, Class of 2017
Major: Near Eastern Studies
Oak is originally from California, but she has lived in New York, Israel, Jordan, and is soon traveling to Morocco. She loves languages and is currently learning Arabic, Hebrew, and Spanish. Oak scored a 780 on the critical reading section of the SAT, a 700 on the SAT math section, and a 5 on the AP English exam. She was also a National Merit commended student.
Olivia B.
Princeton University, Class of 2016
Major: History
Olivia graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University in 2016 with a degree in history. Currently a PhD student, Olivia is passionate about studying Russian and Ukrainian history. She has worked as a teaching assistant and tutor for elementary, high school, and college students over the past five years. In her free time, she enjoys playing piano, journaling, and running.
Ross D.
Princeton University, Class of 2016
Major: East Asian Studies
Ross is from Littleton, Colorado. He enjoys breakdancing, visual art, listening to music, and crocheting. His ACT score was a 35 and received a perfect score on the Math section of the SAT. He has tutored students throughout high school in subjects ranging from writing to Geometry.
Sam B.
Harvard University, Class of 2014
Major: English
Sam graduated Harvard College in 2014 and is currently a second year doctoral student in English and Philosophy at Harvard. When she's not studying, she enjoys long conversations about books over tea. In high school, she was a National Merit Scholar; a National AP Scholar; and scored an 800 on the Critical Writing and Reading portions of the SAT I.
Sara M.
Princeton University, Class of 2014
Major: Politics
Sara has a perfect score on both the Reading SAT and the SAT Subject Test in English literature, as well as a 760 on the Writing SAT. She has experience tutoring ESL students both in high school and at university. In her free time Sara enjoys watching movies, reading books, and studying foreign languages.
Sarah J.
Stanford University, Class of 2015
Major: Government and Law
Sarah graduated from Dartmouth with a B.A. in Government and continued her studies at Stanford Law School. She loved teaching English as a Second Language to students from the Middle East, and has also taught Arabic and beginner French to students of all ages. In her free time, she enjoys running, rock climbing, and yoga.
Sarah G.
Yale University, Class of 2017
Major: Political Science
Sarah graduated from Yale University in 2017 with a degree in political science. She has extensive experience tutoring middle and high school students in English, writing, and math, and enjoys reading during her free time. Sarah scored a 730 on both the SAT critical reading section and SAT literature subject test, and a 34 on both the English and reading sections of the ACT.
Scott H.
Dartmouth University, Class of 2015
Major: Economics/Math Minor
Scott is from Annapolis, Maryland. He is an Economics major and Mathematics minor at Dartmouth College and received a 31 on the ACT and 720 on the Math II SAT Subject Exam. He is interested in sailing and skiing.
Sybil L.
University of Pennsylvania, Class of 2017
Major: Architecture
Sybil is a native of New York, where she first fostered her love for architecture. Before pursuing Architecture as a major and Consumer Psychology as a minor in college, she taught math to elementary-school children for two years in high school. As a peer advisor for incoming freshmen at Penn, she also has experience helping those at the college level. In her free time, she loves practicing yoga and reading whatever is new at the library.
Taylor M.
Harvard University, Class of 2016
Major: Anthropology
Taylor grew up in Black Mountain, North Carolina but has lived all over the East Coast of the US. He’s currently in New Orleans, Louisiana and will be moving to Connecticut in the fall to begin at Yale Law School. In college, Taylor spent a summer tutoring Taiwanese students in SAT Reading and Writing; he scored an 800 in both subjects. In his spare time, Taylor enjoys hiking, cooking, and traveling. He also loves foreign languages; he's studied Spanish, French, Arabic, and Portuguese, but never got around to learning Mandarin!
Thomas D.
Princeton University, Class of 2018
Major: Psychology
Thomas is currently pursuing a Psychology major at Princeton University as well as a Neuroscience certificate. He scored a 2260 on his SAT. Outside of his studies, he is completing the crisis and suicide prevention hotline training for the organization CONTACT and is training with the varsity fencing team.
Tiffani H.
Princeton University, Class of 2017
Major: Psychology
Tiffani lives in New York City and graduated from the boarding preparatory school, The Lawrenceville School ’13. I’ve had 2 years of tutoring experience teaching English to French children. I played Varsity Tennis and Ice hockey at Lawrenceville and I play Rugby in college. I received a 33 on my ACT.
Tiffany Y.
Harvard University, Class of 2019
Major: Computer Science
Tiffany is originally from New Jersey, and has previously tutored middle and high school students in subjects such as math and English. When not in class or studying, she can usually be found in a dance studio. She is a National AP Scholar and received an overall SAT score of 2390 (800 Math, 800 Verbal, 790 Writing).
Tucker E.
Dartmouth University, Class of 2019
Major: Mathematics
Working with the National Honor Society in high school, Tucker gained experience tutoring middle school students in the sciences and languages. Outside of school, he spends his time singing with a local choir and running on the club triathlon team. He received 5’s on eleven separate AP exams including the English Language and Composition exam and the English Literature and Composition exam. SAT scores: Reading- 800, Mathematics- 710, Writing- 770, Mathematics Level 2- 760, Spanish- 780, Biology- 800.
Vivian I.
Wellesley College, Class of 2019
Major: Economics
Raised in the Bay Area, Vivian attended the Harker School before pursuing an economics degree at Wellesley College where she is now a sophomore. In her spare time at Wellesley, she enjoys doing community service and cooking. She received an 800 on the critical reading portion of the SAT and a 760 in the writing section. In addition, she scored a 780 in SAT II Literature and is a National AP Scholar having received 5's on numerous exams including AP Literature, US History and Calculus AB.
Wendy Z.
Dartmouth University, Class of 2015
Major: Biology
Originally from Miami, Florida, Wendy has worked as a tutor for over 5 years in subjects ranging from SAT/ACT to Organic Chemistry and Biology. She received a 2230 on her SAT, and a 35 on her ACT, with scores of 800 on the SAT subject test in Math II, Biology, and Spanish. As a pre-med, she has worked with the Centers for Disease Control, United Nations, and Jimmy Carter Center at Emory University. She is fluent in Shanghainese, Mandarin, and Spanish. She likes to rock climb, play soccer, and cook during her free time.
Zachary A.
University of California Los Angeles, Class of 2005
Major: Comparative Literature
Zachary is a graduate of UCLA with a degree in Comparative Literature. He has taught at a Texas high school for over 4 years and has tutored students in English, Math, Spanish, Science and SAT prep. He also holds a Texas teaching certificate for grades 8-12.
Zahra A.
Brown University, Class of 2020
Major: International Relations/Cognitive Neuroscience
Zahra was born in Boston, Massachusetts and has always been passionate about teaching. At Brown University she volunteers at a local elementary school where she teaches first-graders reading, and she also helps Brown University students in seminar classes with their essays as a university Writing Fellow. She received a 35 composite score on the ACT, a 2320 composite score on the SAT (790 Critical Reading, 780 Math, 750 Writing), and 5s on the AP Language and Composition, Literature and Composition, Macroeconomics, French Language, Capstone Seminar, Calculus BC, Calculus AB and Psychology tests.