Nicky is originally from Sugar Land, TX. He attended Rice University in Houston, graduating with a 4.0 GPA (Phi Beta Kappa, magna cum laude) and was named the Sallyport Award winner of his class, the highest honor given to a graduating student. Building on his passion for children’s health and development, he decided to pursue medicine and is currently an MD student at Harvard Medical School, where he was elected president of his class.
Nicky has tutored a variety of different students from many different backgrounds, ranging from five years of age to seniors in college, so he knows what it takes to tailor his teaching to many different levels. His strong suits include mathematics, chemistry, statistics, and test preparation for the PSAT and SAT, on which he scored a perfect 2400!
In his free time, he loves to play basketball (even though he’s not too great at it), admiring art, and coming up with clever jokes that no one laughs at. He absolutely loves babies, the Houston Rockets, and York Peppermint Patties.