Jatin Rao Bio

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Jatin Rao has served, since 2017, as an associate at Rao Advisors LLC, a Texas firm to counsel students about all things college:  readiness, financial planning, selection, strategy and admissions. 

He has spoken at numerous customer webinars and in-person seminars on the road, usually in Austin or Houston, about high school preparedness. He fields audience questions from students and parents after live presentations; develops Excel models that chart college admissions data through blog posts on the firm's website; conducts “School to College” youth camps by creating presentations and quizzes for camp course content; provides advice to families about test-prep and high school course navigation during one-on-one counseling sessions. 
He also leads the firm's SAT/AP Tutoring service.
He is currently a sophomore at the University of Texas Canfield Business Honors program and a recipient of the Susie and Skip McGee Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Business. He was recognized by UT with the Honors designation for maintaining a perfect 4.0 GPA during both semesters in 2020. He is a co-founder of the Texas Sports Analytics Club and a member of the UT Finance Club.

Jatin is interested about Japanese culture and in his fourth semester of learning Japanese. He is an avid sports fan having co-led his high school's varsity tennis team. He is a devout ping pong player and likes to analyze football, ice hockey, and baseball.

In high school, Jatin was a finalist in the National Merit Scholarship competition in 2019-20, the only student in his graduating class of 726 students to win the distinction. He was chosen by his 26,000-student school district to serve as a student Ambassador. As co-captain of his school's Quiz League team, he won the inter-scholastic tournament as a Sophomore, and a runner-up place as a Junior. He was his school's only National AP scholar completing 15 AP courses with twelve 5s and three 4's. He scored a perfect 36 on his Math and Reading ACT sections, and a 790 on his Math SAT.
Jatin can be reached by email or phone: 682.401.5281.

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