Our Tutors and Instructors
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Richard obtained a dual bachelor of science degree in computer science and mathematics from the University at Albany (New York), and a master’s degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, one of the top U.S. universities, according to U.S. News and World Report. Both renowned public universities are as prestigious as UBC. He has taught university-entrance exams since 2005.
- Created , a special method of test preparation demonstrated to boost scores
- SAT critical reading score: 800. Writing score: 800.
- Holds degrees in both mathematics and journalism
- Was a journalist at a top New York newspaper
- Was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize
- Has taught writing at a New York university.
- Has specialized U.S.-based university-entrance exam training
Craig specializes in teaching the SAT and ACT reading and writing sections, helping students gain entry to top U.S. universities. He obtained a bachelor of arts in history from the University of Victoria. After completing his TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) certificate, Craig taught ESL (English as a Second Language) in Korea. Craig has helped students achieve top scores on the reading and writing sections.
Neha, who was trained by Princeton Review and then by Richard Dalton, has been tutoring for more than five years. Neha obtained a Bachelor of Education from Maharshi Dayanand University and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Delhi.
- SAT Math section
- ACT Math
- ACT Science
- GRE math
Paul, a student at U.C. Berkeley, began tutoring classmates at age 11, at the request of his teacher. Tutoring students in person and online for Your Score Booster since 2013, Paul has a perfect 800 on the SAT reading section and a perfect score on the SAT writing multiple choice and scored in the 98th percentile on the SSAT. He holds an IB diploma from Pacific Academy in Surrey.
Riaaz has excelled on standardized exams, having scored a 5 (the highest score) on the AP Chemistry, Calculus AB, Physics and Psychology exams. He scored a perfect 36 on both the math and science sections of two previously administered ACT exams released as diagnostic tests by ACT Inc. Furthermore, he scored in the 96th percentile on the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) and in the 99th percentile for his composite Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT) score.
Riaaz graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2015 with a BSc in Microbiology and Immunology. He was awarded the AP Scholar with Distinction and a full scholarship from the Zimmerman Family Foundation. Riaaz was also on the Dean’s List during his studies at UBC. He has since continued his studies in the Pharmacy program at UBC as an Entry-to-Practice PharmD student.
With a Combined Major in Science at UBC, Amy’s professional interests include mathematics, physics and chemistry. Before transferring to UBC, she was ranked top of her class at University of Waterloo; she maintained a cumulative average of 3.8, and was on Dean’s List during her studies. She has been providing tutoring sessions in math since grade 11, and has experience working with students from elementary to high school.
With an 800 on SAT math II and a very decent score in physics, Amy is able to help students from personal experience, leading them to success.
Math and Science have always been a great passion of hers; she wishes to pass this passion to all her students. After graduation she will further her studies on mathematical physics, and obtain another degree in education.
As a third-year Engineering Physics major at UBC, I have helped many high school students succeed in their AP and university-entrance exams by offering tutoring and group review sessions. I have also helped hundreds of students succeed in their university physics and math courses by leading exam review sessions.
I have been awarded with UBC Outstanding International Student Award Scholarship, AP Scholar with Distinction and UBC Professional Activities Fund.
Teaching math and science courses has been my passion for many years. I also love my profession as an engineer. This year, I completed an internship working as a robotic research engineer at Collaborative Advanced Robotics and Intelligent Systems (CARIS) laboratory at UBC.
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