Hannah Vazquez graduated from Princeton University with a B.A. in Comparative Literature. Her languages of study included French, Arabic, German and Korean, and she wrote her senior thesis examining the way the ancient story collection The Thousand and One Nights changed over time and as it was translated into different languages. Hannah began tutoring as an undergraduate and continued after graduation, while working on diverse projects like training a survey team in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and editing the book Thinking Statistically by Uri Bram.
Upon obtaining a position as managing editor for a digital media company, Hannah moved to New York. For two years she worked in digital publishing while obtaining her M.A. in International Studies from American University – all while continuing to work as a tutor. Since completing her degree, tutoring has been Hannah’s primary focus, as she works with students to prepare them for rigorous standardized tests: the SSAT, ISEE, ACT, SAT, GRE, and more. As a tutor, Hannah is an expert at guiding students through the strategies and knowledge needed to achieve their highest possible scores. She provides writing and subject-specific help to students as needed, to ensure that students’ grades as well as their standardized test scores reflect their fullest potential.
When it’s not freezing outside, Hannah spends her free time hiking and biking around the city. Her latest indoor hobby is studying statistics with friends at various local coffee shops.