Magna cum Laude (2014)
Information about Gregory
I graduated from Harvard University with a 4 year Bachelors in Economics (Magna cum Laude Honours) in 2014, with a specific focus in applied mathematics and data science techniques. I have since been working for a successful high-growth Silicon Valley tech firm in the digital marketing space, where I have enjoyed great success as an Enterprise Account Manager and contributing to our growth to global leader in our space. I will be leaving this role to pursue an MSc in Computer Science over the 2016/2017 academic year, and am excited to be returning to tutoring.
I strive to be a consistently enthusiastic and understanding tutor, and take great satisfaction from seeing my tutees excel. I believe academic success is bred from the positive feedback of comprehension and interest once a student understands the context and motive for a topic, genuine interest and robust comprehension quickly follow.
In my experience many students can find themselves limited by their own confidence in a subject. In every case I have encountered, students can easily demonstrate success in that subject - it is then my job to help recognise that success, and using it to drive continued enthusiasm, learning and success.
Please do reach out if my profile is of interest - I`m always excited to meet new tutees, and help them along their journey. I am happy to offer the 1st lesson for free to ensure that it`s a good fit. I look forward to hearing from you soon!
Availability: Dependent on proximity to central or west London, my availability in the week will be:
>> 7am - 10am, 5pm - 9pm
and on weekends:
>> 8am - 6pm
Willing to travel: 8 miles
Experience: I worked as a tutor to other undergraduate Harvard students for 2 separate classes - one in introductory Economics, the other in Linear Algebra.
Since graduation in 2014 I have worked with a range of students and capabilities, typically working on Mathematics, Statistics and Economics ranging from GCSE to undergraduate level study.
I revelled in the the breadth of education that a Harvard Bachelors degree offers - supplementing my work in Economics and Maths with my other interests, such as Classical Music (Romantics onwards), The British Empire, Advertising in 20th century America and American Literature.