U of T Med school, Osgoode Law & Harvard grad tutors
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Alexi, B.A. neuroscience, Cum Laude

 

Harvard graduate and University of Toronto Medical Student with 8 years of proven tutoring experience, Alexi received both his SSGD and IB diploma (42 points) from the Toronto French School. Scoring a 98th percentile for his first and only MCAT exam and a similar score for his SAT's, Alexi is highly qualified tutor and is fully trilingual in English French and Spanish.  With a 4.0 in math from Harvard Alexi knows his material well and how to explain it. "Having an educator as a mom instilled in me a passion for teaching and the ability to plan lessons according to individual student needs." A former Team Canada athlete, Alexi understands how to motivate and uncover the drive it takes to get ahead.

"Guiding my kids through world level athletic competition and my added lens as a teacher in the classroom for 25 years, this service is unique. With highly challenging IB programs, French Immersion, or traditional programming, kids often need help carving out study plans and balancing their coursework. Even if it's just help with homework, finding a top tutor is a must. Our service is very personalized and most of our tutors are Harvard educated at a competitive fee."

Mentoring from a successful student-tutor can make a big difference in your child's future. This is something that makes our tutors unique. Our spaces are limited. Please contact us for more info - bio's below:

George, 4th year Harvard Student

Harvard student Entering his fourth year at Harvard University this fall,  George will be graduating with the class of 2022 majoring in Computer Science & Math and minoring in Economics. George grew up in Toronto and has been a top level competitive athlete since the age of 10. George brings his experience tutoring at the high school and university level.

Ali, B.A. Bachelor of Science

Medical student at the University of Toronto, Ali has a profound passion for teaching, academics, and mentorship. As a senior biochemistry student at McMaster University, he served as a teaching assistant (TA) for undergraduate biology and chemistry, where students voted “TA of the year”. After obtaining a seat at UofT’s faculty of medicine, Ali decided to mentor the next generation of aspiring physicians by teaching an introductory Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) course at three campuses across the GTA (UofT, York, and UTM). Ultimately, Ali hopes to pursue a clinician-educator role that balances his enthusiasm for teaching with his interest in the medical sciences.

Julien, B.A. Psychology, minor in Economics

Harvard Graduate and Osgoode Hall Law Student Julien specializes in tutoring children in math, french, reading, essay writing and other subjects. With older students he typically focuses on  Math, Economics, English, international languages, IB prep and mentoring. He also specializes in tutoring for the LSAT having scored above the 97th percentile at 170, having published in the Duke Law Journal. Julien inspires his students towards the path to excellence and has worked with some the most cited legal scholars in the world. 

 

Sam, 4th year undergraduate

Harvard Student Entering his fourth year at Harvard University this fall,  Sam will be graduating with the class of 2022 majoring in Computer Science with Honours, and minoring in Economics. Pertinent coursework has included statistics, linear algebra, multivariable calculus and data structures and analysis. During his time at Harvard Sam has been selected as a John Harvard Scholar, awarded to students in the top 5% of their class.  At Harvard, Sam has worked for several years as a tutor in Harvard’s introductory economics course in addition to tutoring with YMTS. As a varsity co-captain student athlete Sam understands what it takes to push through a challenge..