I first started teaching SATs in 2008 while I was still a college student. I had always been grateful for my school, teachers, and family for pushing me to excel.
But I did not realize, until I got into Princeton, how lucky I was to have parents that were already familiar with the U.S. college application process. That “simple” knowledge – of what a strong college application requires and what deadlines are important and how being international affects your application – gave me a huge boost when choosing, applying to, and getting accepted into top colleges.
Becoming an SAT teacher and admissions consultant was born from my desire to make that information more accessible.