- Remote learning has been a struggle for many students during the pandemic
- More parents are taking on the role of teaching their own children
- Fewer investments are going into public education from our government
- Some teachers are failing to adapt to teaching online
- More students than ever are failing to keep up and are falling behind
We are here to help. At Math Doctor, our team of math experts come to your home on a day and time that works best for you. Your child will be coached and mentored by a chosen private tutor who genuinely cares. We don’t use standardized worksheets. We don’t spoon-feed your child with answers. Our mission is to simplify math, making it fun and engaging. We are confident the results will follow.
Founder and lead tutor of Math Doctor. Areas of expertise include problem solving, geometry, and trigonometry.
What sets Tim apart from other private tutors is his level of professionalism. He has a natural ability to work with the student, identifying areas of improvement, and taking corrective action to ensure they feel comfortable and confident.
Aanika is in her last year at McMaster University. She has extensive experience teaching high school math as well as reading comprehension for early childhood. She loves to make learning fun and enjoyable. She genuinely cares for others and always encourages her students to develop a growth mindset.
In her spare time, Aanika enjoys dancing and singing.
Currently studying pharmacology and biochemistry at University of Toronto on scholarship. Maya is a subject matter expert on math, chemistry, and biology. She scored a perfect 800 on the SAT subject tests. Familiar with the IB curriculum. Maya has 3 years of experience helping students from Grades 6 to 12.
Did you know? Aside from English, Maya also speaks Japanese and Arabic.
A chemical engineering student at the University of Toronto. Samantha has a passion for helping others. She loves connecting with students individually and building a working relationship built on trust and open communication.
After performing extremely well in Calculus & Vectors, her teacher saw her potential and offered her a teaching position working with students transitioning from middle to high school.
Did You Know? Samantha is also a science whiz. She achieved a 99% on Grade 12 Chemistry.
What makes Sophie dynamic is she explains things well and makes math concepts easy to understand. Able to teach math in either English or French. Achieved a 99% in Calculus & Vectors. Besides the love for teaching math, Sophie enjoys working with children as a rhythmic gymnastics coach.
Did you know? Sophie represented Canada at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and won a gold medal in gymnastics.