Felix G.

Felix is an honours physics and computer science student in his senior year at McGill University. His current research involves exploring the ways YouTube and Facebook encourage siloing of thought, particularly in politics and health. Before McGill, Felix worked part-time as a museum guide at the National Museum of Math in New York City. He is passionate about mathematics and physics — especially the mathematics and physics of chaos – and has four years of experience helping students as a tutor. In his free time you can find him teaching himself guitar, practicing Muay Thai, or eating grilled cheese.

Joshua T.

Joshua is completing his last semester for Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biology from Concordia University. He is currently in the process of applying to master’s programs at McGill University. After graduating with an honorary distinction from West-Island College in Dollard-des-Ormeaux, he attended Vanier College, where he graduated with a DEC of health sciences.

He has worked for seven years as a tutor, both independently as well as for various companies such as Paper tutoring. Over the years, he has had the pleasure of garnering extensive pedagogy experience, having spent a great deal of time working with children and teenagers of various backgrounds and grade levels. He has also worked as a counselor and supervisor at YCC, a sleepaway camp located in Huberdeau Quebec. In addition to tutoring, Josh has found a great deal of success in various business and creative ventures, which has taught him a great deal, leaving him with skills and perspectives which he finds great pleasure in sharing with others.

Olivia P.

Olivia has been a dedicated tutor and active member of her academic communities for over 5 years, with a particular dedication for helping others with math and science. She has experience working with high school and college students, having worked privately and on a volunteer basis for her school’s mathematics, physics, chemistry and English departments. Having graduated top of her class from John Abbott’s Double DEC (Science and Social Science) program with multiple scholarship and award opportunities, she is a well-rounded student with experience tackling many different subjects. She is well prepared to share her wisdom and love of learning with you or your child. She has experience working with students from varied backgrounds and skill levels, and approaches every encounter with patience and enthusiasm. No matter your goals, she is thrilled to help you reach them and accompany you every step of the way!

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

Tyler W.

“I have always enjoyed helping people understand a topic by using unique ways to
explain it with a focus on understanding. I love the feeling of accomplishment when my student and I work together to breakthrough barriers and the hard work pays off.”

McGill University undergraduate studies in Software Engineering

Marianopolis College Pure and Applied Science