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Luke was an integral aspect to my academic success this last semester. His understanding of engineering and mathematical concepts are incredible, and his ability to take complex ideas and break them down into understandable bits of information is amazing. Luke is incredibly patient, flexible, and accommodating. His easy-going personality always made me feel comfortable asking any sort of question and his answers were always genuine and well-informed. I would recommend Luke to anyone trying to pass a class, improve their grade, or develop a deeper understanding of the material their class is covering. I cannot thank Luke enough for the help he has given me and am happy to be able to consider him both a mentor and a friend now.
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This tutor is very useful whenever you're struggling. He can lay out visualizations to portray the big idea behind a concept.
Jacob really understands the subject of Physics. It was great to meet with him and ask questions (even if they seemed silly) and hear/see his explanations. He was able to put them into everyday terms/situations that were easy to understand.