Alex received a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics from Rutgers University, where he graduated summa cum laude and was a Matthew Leydt Scholar – an honor given to the top 2% of Rutgers graduates in any given year. His studies continued with a Master’s Degree in Nuclear Science and Engineering at MIT, where Alex worked on the future of fusion energy. He hopes to make ambitious clean energy proposals a reality.
Alex believes that the best teaching strategies rely upon a dialogue between tutor and student. He works with each client to determine their learning styles and how to best accommodate their needs in each session. Alex supports students studying for the GRE and SAT by customizing each lesson to their needs.
In his free time, Alex enjoys watching and discussing films and photography. He even started his own freelance photography business, Engineered Photography, and had a role as the Associate Photo Editor at MIT’s paper, The Tech.