Ayush Saxena is a senior at John P. Stevens High School who scored a 2400 on his SATs. He is the CEO and Co-Founder of VerSATile Tutoring, and had the idea of the organization after deciding to independently study for the SAT's due to the exorbitant costs of most tutoring services. Outside of academics, he serves as the co-president of the school's nationally recognized Model United Nations Team and attended Boys State this past summer. He hopes to use the organization as a way of helping students achieve results without paying thousands of dollars.
Abhiraj Saxena is also a senior at John P. Stevens High School who scored a 35 on his ACT. He is the webmaster and the Co-Founder of VerSATile Tutoring and helped brainstorm ideas for this organization. Abhiraj is very active outside of school activities, volunteering in the Metuchen YMCA, RWJ Hospital, and the Pediatric and Adolescent Care Clinic. He is also the vice president of the Science National Honor Society and the webmaster for the school's Robotics Club. He shares Ayush' goal of creating an organization that helps students who are wary of spending so much money on expensive tutoring companies when the ability to do well on standardized tests is dependent on primarily one's dedication and guidance.
And no, we are not related, as far as we know...
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