Gus, originally from just outside of Chicago, went to Northwestern University where he majored in mechanical engineering. In completing his B.S. at Northwestern, he graduated with a 3.99/4.00 GPA, which ranked him #1 in Northwestern’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Upon graduating from Northwestern, Gus started the M.S./Ph.D. program at Harvard University, studying materials science and mechanical engineering. He is currently pursuing a postdoc fellowship in Bioengineering at Stanford. Over his past summers, he has worked at places including Argonne National Laboratory, Motorola Mobility, and Motorola Solutions.
Gus has tutored kids ranging from middle school to high school and even his fellow peers in college. His specialty lies in mathematics. Not only has he graduated at the top of his class in a very math intensive field, but also he has scored perfect in just about every standardized math test he has taken all the way up to and including his graduate admissions exam. At Cambridge Coaching, Gus has enjoyed teaching the quantitative section of the GRE along with tutoring mathematics to all ages.
In his spare time, Gus loves to play sports of all kinds, especially baseball, football, and basketball. If not playing sports, he usually can be found watching them.