Name: Yul Ahn
Graduating Year: 2006
Years at Tutor Time: 3
Schools attended after Tutor Time:
– Chinese International School
– Brown University, USA
What is your name? Where are you from? How old are you?
My name is Yul, I’m from South Korea and I’m 19 years old.
Which years did you attend Tutor Time, and which campus did you attend?
I attended Tutor Time from 2004-2006 at the Red Hill campus.
When did you graduate from or leave Tutor Time? Which school did you go to after Tutor Time? (Please list all)
I graduated from Tutor Time in 2006. I then attended Chinese International School until I graduated last year (2020). Now I’m attending Brown University in the US.
Tell us something interesting about yourself that not many people know about!
Not that it’s particularly interesting, but my favorite fruit is Durian!
What are your hobbies and passions?
Most of my hobbies and passions revolve around music and performance. I love dancing, playing the guitar, songwriting and singing! Besides music I enjoy sports including Tennis and Football.
What do you aspire to be in the future?
Currently, my dream is to become a music producer. Hence, I’ve been producing a lot of songs and studying music and business at school. Check out my music at: https://linktr.ee/Yuliemusic
What are some of your proudest achievements?
The first thing I think of is having the courage to sing in front of my classmates for the first time in middle school, winning a classical guitar competition when i was 13… but I have to say the achievement I’m proudest of is making it out of high school alive and well.
What are your fondest memories from Tutor Time?
The most memorable moment for me at tutor time was a class project. We were exploring the concept of chemical reactions using the classic baking soda and vinegar experiment. I just remember gasping in disbelief during the demonstration and screaming with my classmates; Quite a memorable introduction to science.
Is there anything you want to say to our Tutor Time students and teachers?
To my teachers: It must have been a headache managing 5 year old me, let alone a whole class of toddlers. Thinking back makes me have so much respect for all of you. Thank you for always taking care of us with warmth.
To my fellow classmates: I hope you guys are well. Crazy to think we’re headed to or already at university! Although my memories of tutor time have largely faded over the past 14 years, I remember that my favourite part of kindergarten was seeing you guys at school. I wish the best of luck for your promising future and I hope we cross paths again!