Parker T.

Hi, my name is Parker T, I have been tutoring STEM courses for the last 10 years. I have my Bachelor of Science majoring in; Biochemistry Medical and Molecular Biology option with a dual major in Psychology. I am starting my first year at UBC’s Medical Doctor program. I took the MCAT last year for the first time and gained admission after only applying to 1 school. I have had great success tutoring having all of my students noticeably improve within weeks. I hope to help you in your academic journey with tutoring and coaching to help achieve your goals.


Emily is a graduate of the Master of Teaching program at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. She is currently a supply teacher in the Durham District School Board and the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board. Emily is from Ajax, Ontario and was an elite level competitive swimmer throughout her elementary, high school and undergraduate career. She competed at Olympic Trials and won MVP at her conference championships in the NCAA for the University of Denver. Originally wanting to be a med student, it wasn’t until she took a science communication course that she realized she wanted to change the course of science education. Emily aspires to dismantle systemic barriers, make learning accessible for all and make education personally meaningful. When she is not working, she can be found nose deep in a book with her cat on her lap or watching a Leafs game with family and friends. Emily works to involve student’s personal interests in their learning as that is what helped her excel in her own academics.


Jad has a Bachelor of Science graduated with honors as well as a Medical doctor- MD degree graduated with distinction. Finally, Jad holds many certificates, first one accomplished at University of Toronto – Department of psychology (Managing mental health) and the second one is a training certificate in medical lab science/ quality officer. He is a teacher of Math, Chemistry, Biology and physics for more than 9 years. He also taught pre-med courses online during Covid19 (Pathology, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Anatomy and physiology).


Stephen has tutored extensively in all areas of advanced mathematics, including calculus/vectors, and has successfully guided students through AP Calculus and the IB math program. He especially enjoys working on problem-solving strategies. Stephen also has several years of experience with all aspects of SSAT, SAT, ACT, and MCAT preparation, including guiding students through the often arduous university application process.
He also enjoys working with students at all levels across many subjects. He graduated from the University of Toronto with a Masters Degree in Comparative Literature, specializing in English and French,. Stephen’s primary research focus was the nineteenth-century novel. He has also received his MBA from the University of Warwick in the UK, .
Finally, Stephen has a real passion for literature, history, and philosophy, spending his free time delving into contemporary works. Stephen has recently taken a liking to nineteenth and twentieth-century history, and believes that as citizens we benefit when we have a fuller understanding of the past.

Shikha K.


Shikha is a Ontario Certified Teacher and a Registered Nurse. She moved around a lot when she was younger, living in places such as Moscow, Nigeria, Dubai, among others. She spent her high school years in Canada, eventually completing an Undergraduate Degree in Biochemistry, as well as completing her Teaching Degree with specialization in General Science and Chemistry. Shikha had always been passionate about health care and the role education played in a culturally diverse setting. She went back to school to become a Registered Nurse, and worked in the Emergency Department at SickKids for several years. Since then, Shikha has always taken opportunities to continue working with children in education and health care. She has experience in supporting a wide age range with their reading, writing, math, and science skills. Shikha believes in building a strong relationship with each student, and determining their unique learning style. She finds by adapting her teaching to each child’s specific needs, they are much more likely to excel and gain confidence in their learning capabilities


Alex is a Research Fellow at the University Health Network with a PhD in Molecular Virology, and an Honours Bachelor with double majors in Philosophy and Biology. Through both his undergraduate and graduate studies he tutored at-need high-school and university students on a volunteer basis in the subjects of chemistry, biology, and writing. His interest in teaching also manifested as a TA for introductory and advanced university-level cell biology, during which he decided to a pursue a life in academia, both as a researcher and educator. He believes in the power of models and metaphors to make scientific concepts accessible to students, who can be more receptive to new theories if they contain familiar mechanisms. Outside of academia, he preserves his interests in philosophy and literature, reading widely, and writing.


Carmina Perez has a PhD in Biochemistry from McMaster University and the Sorbonne University in France. She grew up in Mexico, where she completed her Undergraduate degree in Biotechnology Engineering. She has always loved science and travelling and during her undergraduate she had the opportunity to merge both passions, participating in several international internships in Texas, Singapore and the Czech Republic. After her undergraduate she came to Canada where she pursued a Master degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Montreal. Her love for science and teaching has taken her to be part of different initiatives such as Let’s talk science which focuses on teaching science through scientific experimentation to children of different ages. She was also part of an afterschool program for a vulnerable sector where she enjoyed teaching science subjects to teens. During her PhD she was teaching assistant and teacher of several classes of the Biochemistry program at the university level. She is passionate about teaching and showing children and adults the beauty of science by simplifying complex subjects to the levels needed, and by helping develop the logic and scientific skills. She finds teaching an extremely rewarding experience specially when by doing so she gives the opportunity to people to discover a new passion for science.


Aaron grew up in Toronto, going on to complete an Undergraduate Degree majoring in Life Science with a minor in Mathematics at Queen’s University. He is currently finalizing his MSc at Queen’s University as well, where he was afforded the stellar opportunity to conduct his research floating in zero-gravity in collaboration with the Canadian Space Agency. Having recently completed a graduate research fellowship at Harvard Medical School, Aaron is currently a PhD student in bioengineering at the University of Toronto, trying to program human cells to act like microscopic computers. 
Aaron has a wealth of experience in teaching science at the undergraduate level, and looks forward to engaging his high-school students, getting them excited about all of his favourite subjects! Having taken all science and math courses in high school in addition to leading a successful undergraduate career, Aaron knows how challenging it can be for students to juggle many subjects. As such, he looks forward to not only teaching, but to sharing his strategies for staying organized, working independently and thinking critically.
In his spare time, Aaron loves downhill skiing, making fresh sourdough, and cooking spicy food. If it’s summertime, you can also find him in the garden tending to his peppers which he uses to make his world-famous hot sauce! Although the Ontario curriculum unfortunately doesn’t cover that, he is glad to give some advice! Altogether, Aaron is looking forward to building a rapport with his students and mentoring them in a positive learning environment, helping them to achieve their academic goals.