Scott attended Cornell University, majoring in Applied Economics and Management with a dual-concentration in finance and accounting. He graduated magna cum laude in seven semesters, and after a few months traveling across Europe, moved to New York to work in management consulting.
Scott has always loved to teach. At Cornell, he served as an academic tutor and teaching assistant for undergraduate business courses, leading weekly seminars with 30+ students as well as one-on-one sessions with individuals. As a private tutor for 3 years, he worked with students on a variety of subjects including chemistry, physics, and math (he scored an 800 on both the SAT math and the SAT level 2 subject test). Scott also helps students prepare for the GMAT - a test he loves to teach!
Scott is also an avid sports fan. Growing up just outside New York City, he’s been watching New York Knicks games since elementary school. More recently, he’s combined his interest in sports with his background in statistics, developing a comprehensive model for predicting the outcomes of professional basketball games.