Pryce P.


I was born and raised in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, right outside of Philadelphia, and attended the University of Pennsylvania for college. There, I studied Economics, with minors in Math and Environmental Science, graduating summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. While at Penn, I was also a member of the ultimate frisbee team and various environmental groups. I have since moved to Boston, where I work as a pre-doctoral research assistant at MIT Sloan, and will be attending graduate school for my PhD in Economics in the fall. Outside of work, I enjoy running, cooking, and baking sourdough bread.


During college, I was a tutor for various economics courses, helping multiple students navigate the transition to virtual learning during the beginning of the pandemic and excel in high-level economics classes. Since graduating, I have continued my tutoring with numerous students over Zoom, in subjects including the GRE graduate school exam, math, and economics.


As an inquisitive and constantly curious person myself, my tutoring style encourages the curiosity of my students. I deeply enjoy the back and forth between myself and my students and find that they are able to learn the best when we can cultivate a strong, open-minded dialogue. I am also a recent test-taker, having completed the GRE, so can empathize with the anxieties associated with exam preparation and can suggest strategies accordingly.

Pryce P.