Lyndon has been tutoring secondary school students for nearly a decade. In 2015, he was a part of a four-person team that designed and ran a full-time summer intensive program for high school students in Shenzhen, China. He taught civics, diplomacy, and international relations to teenagers in Boston, Seoul, Dubai, Hong Kong, São Paulo, and Singapore through Harvard Model Congres, serving on the organization's executive board as director of scholarships and outreach.
Lyndon graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with an AB in English and fine art with minors in theater, French, and Arabic. Throughout his degree, he worked as a tutor through the Harvard Bureau of Study Counsel and volunteered with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America as a mentor. He read English at Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, for six months as a visiting student and studied at the Qasid Arabic Institute in Amman, Jordan. In 2019, Lyndon was awarded a prestigious Marshall Scholarship through which he received master’s degrees from the Royal College of Art and the London Film School.
Lyndon specializes in US university admissions, including SAT and ACT preparation. Having applied to Harvard as an international student from a high school that had never sent a student to an Ivy, he understands the intricacies (and frustrations) of the application processes. He takes an individually tailored and holistic approach to mentoring, helping students manage their academics, extra-curriculars, essay-writing, letters of reference, and standardized testing so they can attain admission to their top-choice universities.
Areas of Expertise
- US University Admissions
- SAT/ACT Preparation
- Essay writing
- Interview Preparation
- Private Tutor, Harvard Bureau of Study Counsel
- Mentor, Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
- AB in English and Fine Art (Minors in Theatre, French and Arabic) - Harvard University