Meet Kyle Costanza, Studyville’s Newest Tutor

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Kyle is more than just your science hype-man with a cool last name. He’s an aspiring nuclear engineer, home chef, and invested mentor. Get to know Kyle with his Q&A below.

What did you study in undergrad (and graduate school, if applicable)?

I studied Chemical Engineering at LSU and graduated in 2020. I am planning to study Nuclear Engineering in graduate school in the Fall of 2022.

How long have you been a tutor?

I have been tutoring for over two years now. I started tutoring at LSU and then joined Studyville® after graduating.

What subjects do you tutor in?

I tutor all Math and most Science classes as well as the ACT®. Some of my favorites are Physics, Chemistry, and Calculus.

What do you like about tutoring?

Tutoring allows me to give students the thing that helped me the most in high school. Having people who are invested in your success and want the best for your future is crucial, and I think that is what I can do for students through tutoring.

What was your hardest subject in school?

My hardest subject in school was Algebra II. I was not motivated at the time and did not learn much of the material. It took me a year to get out of that funk and start thinking about what I wanted to do after High School. Now, Algebra II is one of the classes I enjoy tutoring at Studyville®.

If you could re-live one day of being a teenager, what would you do?

I would re-live one of my favorite baseball games from high school. I miss the atmosphere of a nighttime spring game with all of my best friends around.

What’s the coolest thing about Studyville’s space?

Studyville’s space has something for everyone. If you’re taking a break from work, play some cards with a friend. Want some quiet time alone, grab a private room. Tired after a particularly draining school day, get a coffee (or a hot chocolate in the winter).

School cafeteria lunch or pack your own?

I’ve always been a pack your own lunch type of person. Cooking is one of my hobbies so you can usually catch me eating something I made.

What was your first car?

My first and only car so far is a 20 year old Honda Accord that is probably tired of dealing with my road trips. I’m hoping it lasts a few more.

Amanda Vincent

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