Thomas Njee is an exemplary student who excels academically. Thomas excelled in his rigorous coursework at The Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (GSMST) and he consistently exceeded course expectations. Thomas possesses excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and Thomas is intellectually gifted. Thomas separated himself from his peers as a consistent top performer in my Advanced Calculus II class during the 2022-2023 school year. Thomas was enrolled in my Advanced Calculus II course after completing AP Calculus AB as a junior. Advanced Calculus II proved to be challenging for many students, but Thomas was ready for the challenge immediately. Thomas would approach problems in a unique way. Any program looking for a student with flexible reasoning skills would be honored to have Thomas as an asset. Thomas’s unique approaches were not always the easiest for his peers to comprehend, but he also can clearly communicate his logic clearly. Thomas reads people and their reactions to determine how he should proceed with his explanation. I would frequently have students work in groups, and Thomas consistently proved to be an asset to his group. A great example of Thomas’s ability to think within an engineering framework was the Archimedes Death Ray Project that we completed in Advanced Calculus II. We were studying surface area and learning how to calculate the surface area of a solid of revolution using Pappus’s Theorem. Students had to study different types of reflective surfaces, the cost of their chosen substance, and then they were required to calculate the surface area of their design. Students were told to create a design that could maximize the amount of light reflected while minimizing the cost. While many students were designing intricate mirrors that would cost millions of dollars to design properly, Thomas had an exceptionally novel, yet effective, solution: coat the lining of the object with aluminum foil. This method was substantially less expensive than other methods, and it allowed his group to create a theoretical death ray with a much larger surface area. Thomas is an innovative, creative, exceptionally intelligent young man. Thomas can construct intricate solutions, or find the simplest, yet effective, solutions within given constraints. Thomas is a kind, respectful young man, and I believe he will excel in the engineering field. Thank you for your time and consideration of Thomas Njee.

Thomas Njee is an exemplary student who excels academically. Thomas excelled in his rigorous coursework at The Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (GSMST) and he consistently exceeded course expectations. Thomas possesses excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and Thomas is intellectually gifted. Thomas separated himself from his peers as a consistent top performer in my Advanced Calculus II class during the 2022-2023 school year. Thomas was enrolled in my Advanced Calculus II course after completing AP Calculus AB as a junior. Advanced Calculus II proved to be challenging for many students, but Thomas was ready for the challenge immediately. Thomas would approach problems in a unique way. Any program looking for a student with flexible reasoning skills would be honored to have Thomas as an asset. Thomas’s unique approaches were not always the easiest for his peers to comprehend, but he also can clearly communicate his logic clearly. Thomas reads people and their reactions to determine how he should proceed with his explanation. I would frequently have students work in groups, and Thomas consistently proved to be an asset to his group. A great example of Thomas’s ability to think within an engineering framework was the Archimedes Death Ray Project that we completed in Advanced Calculus II. We were studying surface area and learning how to calculate the surface area of a solid of revolution using Pappus’s Theorem. Students had to study different types of reflective surfaces, the cost of their chosen substance, and then they were required to calculate the surface area of their design. Students were told to create a design that could maximize the amount of light reflected while minimizing the cost. While many students were designing intricate mirrors that would cost millions of dollars to design properly, Thomas had an exceptionally novel, yet effective, solution: coat the lining of the object with aluminum foil. This method was substantially less expensive than other methods, and it allowed his group to create a theoretical death ray with a much larger surface area. Thomas is an innovative, creative, exceptionally intelligent young man. Thomas can construct intricate solutions, or find the simplest, yet effective, solutions within given constraints. Thomas is a kind, respectful young man, and I believe he will excel in the engineering field. Thank you for your time and consideration of Thomas Njee.

Thomas Njee is an exemplary student who excels academically. Thomas excelled in his rigorous coursework at The Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (GSMST) and he consistently exceeded course expectations. Thomas possesses excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and Thomas is intellectually gifted. Thomas separated himself from his peers as a consistent top performer in my Advanced Calculus II class during the 2022-2023 school year. Thomas was enrolled in my Advanced Calculus II course after completing AP Calculus AB as a junior. Advanced Calculus II proved to be challenging for many students, but Thomas was ready for the challenge immediately. Thomas would approach problems in a unique way. Any program looking for a student with flexible reasoning skills would be honored to have Thomas as an asset. Thomas’s unique approaches were not always the easiest for his peers to comprehend, but he also can clearly communicate his logic clearly. Thomas reads people and their reactions to determine how he should proceed with his explanation. I would frequently have students work in groups, and Thomas consistently proved to be an asset to his group. A great example of Thomas’s ability to think within an engineering framework was the Archimedes Death Ray Project that we completed in Advanced Calculus II. We were studying surface area and learning how to calculate the surface area of a solid of revolution using Pappus’s Theorem. Students had to study different types of reflective surfaces, the cost of their chosen substance, and then they were required to calculate the surface area of their design. Students were told to create a design that could maximize the amount of light reflected while minimizing the cost. While many students were designing intricate mirrors that would cost millions of dollars to design properly, Thomas had an exceptionally novel, yet effective, solution: coat the lining of the object with aluminum foil. This method was substantially less expensive than other methods, and it allowed his group to create a theoretical death ray with a much larger surface area. Thomas is an innovative, creative, exceptionally intelligent young man. Thomas can construct intricate solutions, or find the simplest, yet effective, solutions within given constraints. Thomas is a kind, respectful young man, and I believe he will excel in the engineering field. Thank you for your time and consideration of Thomas Njee.