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Molly is a comparative literature major at UC Berkeley, studying English, French, and Italian language and literature. As of her most recent semester, Molly has a 3.95 GPA at UC Berkeley. In her free time, Molly enjoys reading, hiking, and watching hockey (go Canucks!).
I am an English and Psychology double major at UC Berkeley and I am passionate about teaching. I enjoy working with kids of all ages, and while I have a lot of experience tutoring in math and science, I love English literature and writing. I believe that working one-on-one is the best way to help students because it allows me to personalize and tailor my teaching to their individual learning styles.
My name is Carlin, I’m an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley. Ever since my first visit to Berkeley at age 12, moving away from home and attending a university has been my most eager goal. I focused my high school years on scoring highly on numerous AP tests and the ACT, and graduated as a valedictorian with a 4.3 GPA. Outside of academics, I spent 8 years studying at a Los Angeles Fine Arts Conservatory, choreographed and performed in my school’s theater and dance departments, and served as Vice President of my high school class.
Hi! My name is Richard Qi and I was born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles. I am an incoming second year student at UC Berkeley studying Business Administration and Statistics. To me, tutoring other students is not only a way of spreading my own knowledge, but also a means of discovering new things that I may not have known before.
I am a sophomore at UC Berkeley, with a prospective Global Studies major and Spanish minor. I’ve always been fascinated by international affairs and culture, and aspire to one day have a career that enables me to make a difference in the world, like working at an NGO or organization like the UN. For now, I find the best way to make a difference on a smaller scale is through inspiring other students to learn and pursue their own academic interests.
Hi my name is Reilly Olson. I’m an incoming sophomore at UC Berkeley, intended Economics and Linguistics double major. I participated on my high school’s speech and debate team for all four years, ultimately serving as the Prepared Speech captain my senior year. I also have been a paid instructor for three years at a summer speech and debate camp where I taught middle and high schoolers how to write and deliver a speech. I was also Managing Editor of my high school’s newspaper and ran cross country in the fall and pole vaulted in the spring.
My name is Zhimin, and I am an incoming sophomore at UC Berkeley double majoring in Economics and Music. My economic courses give me a strong background in mathematics while my humanity courses in my music major help me become a great researcher and writer. During my time at Berkeley, I have been working on an ongoing research project that analyzes the decline of the classical music industry. By incorporating concepts from my two majors, I am determined to revive classical music.