Ahmed has a Bachelor’s Degree in both Electrical Engineering as well as Biochemistry and is currently studying in Medicine. With more than ten years of tutoring experience from the high school up to university level, Ahmed is a life-long learner who loves helping people realize their full potential and think outside the box.
American University of Antigua: MD program
Concordia University: Bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry
Gareth has a Bachelor’s degree in Cognitive Science and a minor in Mathematics from McGill University. Gareth has over 5 years of tutoring experience, and has taught at all levels ranging from middle school to first year university. Gareth has tutored in many subjects, but specializes in high school science and math. Gareth’s approach to tutoring is to create an individualized experience and adapt to the students’ needs, and to try to find a good balance between going through concepts and homework problems to keep the sessions varied and engaging.
McGill University: Graduate of Cognitive Science; Minor in Mathematics
Joseph’s passion for education stems from his time working as a research scientist at Princeton University and Rowan University. Through mentoring students in higher education, he discovered his interest in tutoring. Tutoring, like science, is a dynamic field where great tutors always observe, assess, design, research, and take new approaches to engage their students. Currently, as a high-school teacher, Joseph uses these skills to identify the strengths of each student and incorporates them into addressing their specific needs. He focuses on a relationship-based approach in education, in which he relates the topic to the everyday lives of his students. He has a proven record of success in AP Biology and Regents-level sciences, such as Living Environment and Chemistry.