Rachel Edgell

B.S. Anthropology and South Asian Studies

Princeton University


Rachel is a qualified teacher with years of experience in college counseling. She is most passionate about translating the American application process for international students and their families. Originally from the rural Midwest, Rachel was a first-generation college student who successfully taught herself how to navigate the application system, earning admission to Princeton University. She graduated with a degree in Anthropology and South Asian Studies in 2013.

After teaching English abroad in India, France, and China, Rachel returned to Princeton as a member of the Program in Teacher Preparation. She is now certified to teach history, geography, economics, and behavioural sciences. She is also an experienced tutor for the SAT, ACT, and SSAT. Most recently, Rachel was awarded a teaching fellowship at an independent school in the UK, where she taught economics, maths, and anthropology, and coached students on American and UK university applications.

Rachel is currently based in London, where she enjoys visiting (free!) museums and petting as many dogs as possible. She is an avid hiker and is looking forward to exploring more of continental Europe in between helping local students achieve their academic goals.

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