Hanna graduated magna cum laude from Brown University with 4.0 GPA degrees in Economics and Behavioral Decision Sciences. She also spent a year studying abroad in an Economics and Management Program at the University of Oxford, where she received a first class degree equivalent.
Hanna is originally from north Texas and graduated in the top 1% of her high school class. During this time, she scored a perfect 5 on seven AP exams: Macroeconomics, English, Calculus AB, Human Geography, Statistics, Psychology, and US Government and Politics. She received additional accolades of National Merit Scholar, National AP Scholar, English Department Student of the Year Award, and President of her local National Honor Society chapter.
While at Brown, Hanna taught math at a local elementary school and was an undergraduate teaching assistant for two university courses: “Essential Mathematics for Economics” and “Making Decisions.” Upon graduating, she worked as an analyst in Washington, DC and is now pursuing a Master’s in Behavioral Science at the London School of Economics.
Hanna remembers how high school can be a very busy and stressful time. She strives to make her tutoring sessions a positive, stress-free, and very valuable use of students’ precious free time. Her goal is for students to walk away feeling more confident about their standardized test taking abilities and also about their general problem solving skills, which will serve them well at university and beyond.