Patrick G.

Patrick is a recent graduate of the Life Sciences program at Queen’s University. He has been tutoring for 10 years, with extensive experience in CEGEP and university chemistry, math and physics. He loves to coach his students as he recognizes the importance of preparation and focus in all aspects of life.

McGill University: Master of Science, Pathology (IP)
Queen’s University: Bachelor of Science (Honours), Life Sciences

Melanie G.

Melanie (Mel) is a passionate educator that has had the pleasure of completing a Bachelor of Science degree (general science and ancient Greek studies), Bachelor of Education degree (teachables in mathematics, science and biology) and a Master of Science degree (with focus on water chemistry, animal physiology/biology, animal behaviour, biostatistical analyses, circular statistics, weather patterns, lake systems and in-depth interpretation of data manipulation).

Mel is extremely patient, and loves being challenged. She believes that education and learning can be extremely fun and exciting. Teaching students to understand rather than memorize is Mel’s philosophy. By building a vast knowledge base rather than regurgitating information that has been memorized can be helpful not only in education but as a life skill. Her major goal is to inspire those around her to be successful (in both their personal and academic life) and to guide others to discover their potential to achieve success!

York University: BEd in Science and Mathematics; PhD degree in admittance; MSc in Biology, Chemistry and Statistics

Brock University​: BSc in General Science

Andrea P.

Whether you’re looking for information regarding University programs or ways to improve your study skills, Andrea’s job is to help her students take the steps that they need today to enhance their academic and professional success.

Concordia University: Bachelor of Arts Specialization in Psychology
McGill University: Master’s degree in Educational Psychology

Jessica L.

Jessica holds a Bachelor’s degree in Honours English Literature and Creative Writing from Concordia University. Throughout her program, she has garnered extensive knowledge on works of fiction and non-fiction from both past and contemporary contexts, which has fostered her critical thinking skills and her ability to communicate her ideas effectively. As a tutor, she wishes to approach her students with warmth and compassion, all the while helping them hone their writing, reading, and comprehension skills with enthusiasm and dedication. She loves seeing others thrive and will do what it takes, such as tailoring her tutoring approach accordingly to ensure student success!

Concordia University: Bachelor’s Degree in Honours English Literature and Creative Writing 

Liz L.

Liz is a McGill PhD candidate studying molecular biology. She graduated with honours from University of Toronto with a double major in molecular genetics and evolutionary biology and a minor in computer science. Liz has teaching experience with the undergraduate and elementary school aged level. She is passionate about finding and developing the unique strengths and interests that will support her student’s dreams.

University of McGill: PhD, Department of Human Genetics 
University of Toronto: Honours Bachelor of Science with High Distinction

Nathalie G.

Nathalie has a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. During her bachelor, she had the chance to acquire a lot of experience as an intern in three different companies. She worked at Pratt & Whitney Canada as a project manager. Nathalie took care of the maintenance of the buildings of the company. Following that, she worked at Construction et Expertise PG as an assistant/project manager where she drew plans on AutoCad and she did some soil geotechnical calculations. In addition, Nathalie had the opportunity to work on the deconstruction of the Champlain Bridge with Pomerleau. She mainly worked on the steel structure during her internship. After this, she had the opportunity to study abroad in Romania. In another vein, she participated in the development and design of a hovercraft as an end of study project at her university, ÉTS.

Her ability to learn quickly stems from her persevering personality and her great willingness to grasp what she is learning. She greatly values teamwork. Nathalie’s objective is to pass on all her knowledge about learning in school to her students.

ETS: Bachelor in Civil Engineering
DEC in Health Science 

Jamie S.

Jamie graduated from The Study in 2019 (as a lifer!), and went on to study psychology at Marianopolis College, graduating in 2021 as a Dean’s List student and as the recipient of the award for outstanding achievement in sociology. She is now enrolled at McGill, completing her Bachelor of Arts with a major in psychology and a double minor in behavioural science and sociology. Jamie is enthusiastic and encourages students to have a positive spirit when approaching any new task – she will always be in your corner cheering you on! She is very organized and adaptable and is excited to work with students at the elementary and high-school level.

McGill University: Bachelor of Arts with a major in psychology and a double minor in behavioural science and sociology (IP)
Marianopolis College: DEC in Psychology 

Marc A.

Marc is pursuing a Bachelor of Commerce Degree at McGill University, with a major in Finance and a concentration in Business Analytics. He went to an international high school in France where he obtained his international scientific baccalaureate with the highest honours. From 2019 to 2021, he tutored students in group and individual settings and has previous experience in helping students pass their international high school exam.

McGill University: Bachelor of Commerce, Major in Finance, Concentration in Business Analytics
Centre international de Valbonne: French Baccalaureate International option

Melissa G.

Melissa is currently completing her Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Waterloo (Co-Op program). She holds her Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Pharmacology & Therapeutics with Distinction from McGill University. She also holds her Diploma of Collegial Studies in Health Sciences from Dawson College.

Melissa was a Teaching Assistant at McGill University and received the Tomlinson Engagement Award for Mentoring. Melissa is currently a mentor to undergraduate students and has successfully helped a student receive a PharmD admission. Melissa uses effective leadership and teaching skills to facilitate learning and help students achieve academic success.

University of Waterloo: Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate, Co-Operative Program [IP]
McGill University: Bachelor of Science, Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Zach G.

Zach is an enthusiastic and engaging coach with experience tutoring students in Math, Physics, Chemistry and English using creative instructional techniques. Currently a McGill Bioengineering undergraduate student, Zach has many years of experience working with youth and young adults, ensuring his sessions deliver content in a dynamic and relatable way. Whether it be for elementary or pre-university subjects, Zach is highly adaptable and is ready to meet your unique needs!

McGill University: Bachelor of Engineering: Department of Bioengineering (IP)