Scott is a PhD candidate in theoretical nuclear physics at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. When not teaching or tutoring, Scott likes to work on his research studying Quark Gluon Plasma (QGP) formed in heavy ion collisions, an extremely hot and dense state of matter that existed in the early universe shortly after the Big Bang. Scott graduated summa cum laude from Fordham University with a B.S. in Physics and a minor in Mathematics. His strong academic record, research experience, and passion for Physics earned him the 2012 Victor Hess Award, an honor given annually to the top graduating Physics major at Fordham University. After teaching and tutoring full time for over two years, Scott returned to school in 2015 to pursue graduate studies at McGill University. He earned an M.Sc. in theoretical physics from McGill University in 2017. Scott has a passion for science and mathematics and extensive experience in education, specializing in Calculus and all levels of Physics. Scott has tutored for non-profits, government programs, as well as many private tutoring agencies in New York City and elsewhere. Scott is currently a teaching assistant at McGill University, and tutors for College Prep 360.