School Location:
Cheshire, CT
Summer Location:
Cheshire, CT
Years with Ivy Bound:
High School:
Choate Rosemary Hall, 2020

Programs I specialize in

  • ACT 8 Week Class
  • Algebra II
  • Anatomy
  • AP Biology
  • AP Calculus AB
  • AP Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Calculus
  • Chemistry
  • Private: Chemistry – SAT Subject Test
  • Coding for Beginners
  • College Application “GET IT DONE!”
  • College Applications Crafting
  • Geometry
  • ISEE Prep Middle Level
  • ISEE Prep Upper Level
  • Math 1 & 2 (Subject Test)
  • Pre-Calc & Trig
  • PSAT Class
  • Private: SAT Holiday Intensive
  • Spanish: Academic
  • SSAT Prep Middle Level
  • SSAT Prep Upper Level

ABOUT Anjali Mangla

My name is Anjali Mangla, and this fall I will be a first-year at Yale in the Class of 2024. As a math and science peer tutor in high school, I helped raise my peers’ grades from the B range to the A range in Precalculus, Algebra II, and Chemistry. I am very interested in science and mathematics, but I also love to sing a cappella and discuss current events in my free time. I have conducted two scientific research internships, interned with an NGO, and founded my own organization to close the gender gap in STEM. I love to visit new places and often make the trip to India to visit family and friends. I also love to learn new languages, and can speak English, Hindi, and Spanish, while I am working to learn many more. My favorite place I have traveled to is Costa Rica.


Yale University New Haven, Connecticut

  • Major: Undecided
  • Degree: Undecided
  • I am first-year at Yale College, in the Class of 2024.


SAT Scores

    Subject Tests

    • Math Level 2: 800
    • Physics: 780
    • Chemistry: 780

    ACT Scores

    • Math: 35
    • English: 36
    • Science 36
    • Reading 35

    AP Tests

    • Biology: 5
    • Calculus BC: 5
    • Macroeconomics: 5
    • Spanish Language and Culture: 4






    Singing, acting, non-profit volunteering, scientific research, coding, tennis, dance, environmentalism, watching good TV shows



    Adam Abel

    Former Teacher

    Craig Babcock