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EducationB.A., summa cum laude, in Mathematics from Princeton University
Currently, I'm a first-year Ph.D. student in mathematics at Stanford University.
Undergraduate GPA: 3.9 Departmental, 3.8 Cumulative
ExperienceI have four years of experience in Princeton area private tutoring, mostly in SAT prep and math (geometry through calculus and calculus-based statistics). I've helped students self-study math courses over the summer in order to (successfully!) place out of a course at their school. My students have successfully skipped geometry, AB calculus, and algebra 2.
At Stanford, I am a Teaching Assistant for undergraduate mathematics classes. I am currently the assistant for Math 19, which is Stanford's calculus course, covering material similar to the AB Calculus curriculum. It is a course of about 150 students. I run exam review sessions, hold office hours, and grade exams.
I also spent the last summer working at a counselor at the PROMYS program for advanced high school math students. I graded homework and exams and helped students approach their challenging homework assignments.
In addition, I was an undergraduate Course Assistant for each of the last four semesters I spent at Princeton. My responsibilities included grading homework and running review sessions for help with homework and preparation for exams. The courses I was involved with were advanced undergraduate courses for students majoring in mathematics and the natural sciences, such as complex analysis, abstract algebra, and differential geometry.
Standardized Test Scores:
GRE: 170 Quantitative, 170 Verbal, 6.0 Writing
GRE subject test in Math:
800 Math II
Physics C 5 (both Mechanics and Electricity/Magnetism)
European History 5
U.S. History 5
English Language and Composition 5
Calculus BC 5
Music Theory 4
Princeton Math Department:
Summa Cum Laude, 2016
Winner, George B. Covington Prize for Excellence in Mathematics, 2016
(given to two graduating seniors)
Winner, Andrew H. Brown Prize for Outstanding Juniors in Mathematics, 2015
(given to two students)
Phi Beta Kappa membership, 2016
(given to top 10% of graduating class)
Shapiro Prize for Academic Excellence, 2014
(given to top 3% of students in the freshman and sophomore classes)
National Merit Scholarship Winner, 2012
Relevant undergraduate coursework:
Advanced theoretical math courses - abstract algebra, linear algebra, topology, analysis, number theory, geometry, logic.
Math-based Economics (2 semesters)
Quantitative Molecular Biology
Intermediate Computer Science (Java, OCaml, object-oriented and functional programming, algorithms, data structures)
Honors introductory physics (2 semesters)
College - 3.8/4.0
High School - 4.4/4.0
HobbiesAs a Ph.D. student, I spend the large majority of my time thinking about math! In my free time, I like to hike, read literature, listen to all sorts of music, write code, drink coffee, think about politics and the news, and talk to my friends.
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