1. What are you currently doing?
I am a first year undergraduate student studying Natural Sciences at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. The modules I’ve chosen are: Physics, Chemistry, Math and Computer Science
2. Which colleges did you receive acceptances from?
Imperial College, University of Warwick, University College London, Cambridge University, University of Nottingham
Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Michigan, Boston University, Carnegie Mellon University, University of California Davis, Purdue University
3. How has Inventure helped you achieve your goals thus far?
Inventure really helped me find a balance in my student life. I was encouraged to pursue my interests in science as well as in sports (athletics and football). Inventure’s holistic approach in terms of the wide variety of opportunities and guidance provided really helped me realize my true potential both on and off the sports field.
4. Why would you recommend Inventure to a friend/anyone you know?
One of the unique features of this school is that your class teachers are also your mentors throughout your school career. Many of teachers who taught me in primary school are still part of the faculty and keep in touch! This is just one instance of the tight knit community at Inventure, ranging from parents to students to faculty!
5. What were your major accomplishments at school?
Sport Day Individual Championship Awards from Grades 3 to 5
100, 200 and 400m gold medallist from Grades 3 to 8
Participating and being part of the winning team of the first two MIX events at school
CAIE India Topper Awards in A Levels Physics and Chemistry; and High Achievement Award in Computing
6. How have you built/used what you learnt at Inventure… how has the Inventure experience helped you in college/life?
The breadth of opportunities provided at Inventure have helped develop my interests. For example, I learnt how to listen to other perspectives and lead a team when I was a member of the Student Council. Today, I am the student representative for the Math course at university. The faculty at Inventure also helped me pursue my passion for Physics beyond the curriculum. This has culminated in my colleagues and I publishing a paper.
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