College!AU: Caitlin is Cisco’s tutor that he definitely, totally needs
He was not bad at math. At all. Really, there was no way that anyone who knew Cisco Ramon at all, even a little bit, could claim he was bad at math. He won mathlete competitions in his freshman year of high school, solving calculus problems faster than previous state champions who’d actually had the class. He taught himself trig before he even knew who the twenty seventh US President was (William Howard Taft, by the way. His wife was responsible for the famous cherry trees planted all around DC). Mathematics were just easy, for him.
“You’re back again?” his tutor asked, her eyes crawling up from her own homework. He would have felt guilty, if this wasn’t her job and he wasn’t so desperate to see her again.
Cisco sat and nodded brightly. “Yeah,” he told her as he pulled out his homework. “Yeah, I just don’t think I understand what’s going on here.”