Ryan, a dedicated third-year student at Simon Fraser University (SFU), is majoring in Computing Science with a minor in Mathematics. His academic journey reflects a strong commitment to mastering intricate algorithms and mathematical concepts.
Beyond academics, Ryan’s passion for education shines through his role as a Peer Educator Manager at SFU, where he excels in guiding and supporting fellow students, showcasing exceptional leadership and mentoring abilities. Prior to this role, Ryan served as a tutor for children at a prominent Canadian tutoring institution, further honing his teaching skills and dedication to educational excellence.
Ryan’s enthusiasm for technology and mathematics propels him to excel in both theoretical and practical domains. With a steadfast commitment to continuous growth, he aspires to be a future leader in computing science. His impressive work ethic, coupled with his exceptional teaching and leadership qualities, position him as a standout student at SFU, ready for success in the field.
Natalya has an Honours Specialist degree in Chemistry and Mathematics from the University of Toronto and a Bachelor of Education with senior qualifications in Mathematics and Chemistry from OISE. Natalya also holds additional qualifications in Special Education. Natalya has been teaching for over 17 years with the Toronto District School board and has taught a wide variety of Mathematics and Science courses. She is passionate about teaching and creating an environment that inspires and promotes student success.
Khalil has a bachelors of science in physics and mathematics. He is pursuing a master of teaching degree at OISE. He’s been tutoring since he has graduated high school with various different companies and methods. Khalil enjoys exploring new avenues by which to approach teaching mathematics and physics concepts and is always looking to improve upon his teaching and tutoring skill set.
Ziad graduated from the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, with a master’s degree in
Chemical engineering. He was a lecturer in mathematics at the University of Alberta and
has 20 years of teaching experience. He can teach mathematics and science both in
English and in French. Passionate about mathematics teaching, he can accurately find
students’ problems and solve them quickly. He has helped many students obtain perfect or excellent in school Math, Chemistry, AP chemistry and calculus or IB (Math, Chemistry and Physics), SAT and SSAT Math, Singapore Math, Math Contest. He has taught more than 150 students in Vancouver at secondary school and college in
various situations in-person and online, and even at undergraduate university level like
calculus for 1st and second years university. He has especially significant experience in teaching Mathematics and Chemistry to High-School Students in West Vancouver (85% among them raise their grade from 70 % to 90 % and above).
In addition to his experience in teaching in Canada, since he is multilingual, he also has
several years of experience in teaching High- School Students in Switzerland in multiple
Institutes and Schools in the region of Lausanne and Geneva.
Victoria is a distinguished physicist, holding a Doctorate in Physics, a Master of Science (MSc), and an Instructional Teaching Certification from UBC. She is an enthusiastic tutor with more than 10 years of tutoring experience, guiding students from grades 4 to 12, making complex concepts a breeze, while creating an engaging environment with real-world applications and active participation.
Victoria’s teaching journey began in grade 10 when she found joy in helping classmates with math and science, realizing her passion for education. As she pursued her undergraduate degree in Physics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), she ventured into tutoring, a path she continued at the University of British Columbia (UBC). There, she cultivated critical thinking and curiosity among her students.
Victoria’s love for science has taken her across six countries, including work in renowned laboratories like CERN in Geneva, ARGONNE in Chicago, and TRIUMF in Vancouver. Committed to mentoring and guiding graduate and undergraduate students, she emphasizes the value of curiosity in learning.
As a science teacher, Victoria prioritizes instilling critical thinking by fostering a habit of continuous inquiry. Beyond her academic pursuits, she enjoys outdoor activities like skiing, hiking, biking, and climbing. She’s passionate about exploring diverse cultures, travelling, and acquiring new languages, always with a big smile on her face.
Timothy Hunter is a lifelong learner and huge nerd, interested in anything math, science or tech related. He has been helping students succeed in math and science for over 7 years. He is a recent graduate from Western University, where he achieved his Masters of Science in Medical Biophysics. During his studies, Timothy published a thesis about using computational methods to investigate the connection between atrial fibrillation and dementia, and authored four peer-reviewed journal articles. Timothy is working towards a career in data analysis, currently doing consulting and web development for small businesses, and tutoring high school to college maths and sciences. He also loves nature, and enjoys spending his free time in Montreals many beautiful parks.
Damian has an undergraduate degree in Physics and Astronomy from the university of Waterloo, and is currently in his second year of Teachers college at OISE. Damian did a CO-OP at the Canadian Space Agency, played and coached soccer in Germany, and likes to play guitar. Damian can’t wait to help you with your math and physic queries and get to know you.
Robert studied pure mathematics at UBC. For over 15 years, he has taught private classes and tutored individual students high school and university mathematics (UBC, SFU, and UofT). Over the years, he has gained experience in AP Calculus AB/BC and IB Mathematics SL/HL, as well as Precalculus (Grades 10-12). In the past, he also taught Prealgebra (Grades 5-9) for the SSAT ML/UL. He has even prepared students for Waterloo and AMC math contests. For now, however, he’s devoted to creating learning materials for university math courses and organizing test prep materials for AP Calculus AB/BC.
I graduated from the University of Calgary as a Master of Science. I have over 4 years of tutoring experience at the university as a graduate level teaching assistant and as a private math tutor.
I am a proficient tutor for Grade 6-11 Mathematics, Grade 6-8 General Sciences, Grade 11-12 Physics, and Grade 6-12 Computer Science.
I strive to make learning interesting by igniting the curiosity all of us are born with. I am passionate about the subjects I teach and I aim to inspire my students to explore them with the same drive. I understand that all humans are unique, and thus have varying learning preferences. This is why, I keep my tutorials adaptive, and curate them according to the learning style of my students. In my tutorials, I value student engagement, communication, discussion, clear comprehension of concepts, problem solving, creativity, and critical thinking.
I look forward to accompanying and guiding you on your journey of learning.
Anita E. R.
I am Anita. I’ve been tutoring students for over 7 years and it has been one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever had. In this capacity I have helped students to achieve their academic goals and success. I have a degree in Psychology from York University, and I have tutored many high school and university students.My speciality is in the area of math, statistics, and the sciences. Specifically, I enjoy tutoring chemistry and biology at the grade 11 and 12 level.
As a Prep Academy Tutor, I am so glad to collaborate with clients to meet their needs.