Doncaster East Campus
Minho graduated from Glen Waverley Secondary College in 2013, and is currently studying a Bachelor of Commerce and a concurrent Diploma of Languages at the University of Melbourne. He enjoys playing sport and building new relationships. Minho joined the In-Tuition Centre in late 2016 as a Campus Manager.
JING YUAN LI
Junior Maths Tutor
Yuan graduated from Melbourne High School in 2015, achieving an ATAR of 99.90. He is currently completing a Bachelor of Science at The University of Melbourne. While in high school, Yuan received awards in recognition of academic excellence and received a study score of 50 in Mathematical Methods.
“Mathematics is integral to society, yet is a subject that many students love to hate. By nurturing to each students’ individual learning style as well as allowing them to understand and appreciate the importance of mathematics, I hope for them to develop a sense of motivation which will one day drive them to success.”
Junior English Tutor
Maire graduated from Caulfield Grammar School in 2013 achieving an ATAR of 99.55. She is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Arts Degree, majoring in Literary Studies with Minors in Film and Television Studies, and Indigenous Cultures and Histories. Maire has worked as a VCE tutor in English and Literature for the past three years.
“In my experience as a tutor, one of the most rewarding aspects has been the ability to see students develop and progress throughout the year. Although often a challenging process, working together to build upon the skills that students require to do well in English is valuable not only in an academic sense, but also in terms of their maturity and outlook on life.”
Senior Maths Tutor
Luis graduated from St. Joseph’s College in 2012 with an ATAR of 95.25. He is currently undertaking a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering with Honours and Bachelor of Science at Monash University. While at school, Luis achieved awards for academic excellence.
“One of the greatest benefits of tutoring is the opportunity to impart my knowledge to students. This allows them to access perspectives beyond those of their teachers and peers, which can broaden their understanding of difficult concepts and topics. It is immeasurably rewarding to see the results of my efforts when students develop the confidence and diligence that is needed to reduce the stress that is often associated with succeeding in VCE.”
Senior English Tutor
Bing graduated from Trinity Grammar School in 2015 achieving an ATAR of 99.55. Bing is currently studying the Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Melbourne. In high school, Bing achieved a perfect score of 50 in VCE English. He was a School Prefect and a Vice-House Captain.
“VCE is demanding. It can be stressful and it can be taxing. In any case, there is no period, no stage, no year more difficult in high school education. Expectations are high, and the pressure is mounting as students race towards their first serious set of exams – it is easy to feel lost, hopeless and more often than not simply burn out. Personally, in my capacity as a tutor, the most rewarding aspect is being able to quash misconceptions, calm fears and to ease stressed students by drawing on my own personal experiences. Often, for some reason or another, it ends up that the classrom may not be the most conducive environment for learning. Through my own logical; easy-to-follow approach, I hope to shed light on the essence of each task, and for my students to gain a new understanding of the fundmanetal mechanics behind success in English.”
Linda graduated in 2014 from Suzanne Cory High School, achieving an ATAR of 99.45. She is currently studying the Bachelor of Biomedicine at the University of Melbourne. During VCE, Linda has received awards in recognition of her outstanding achievements in all of her subjects, and remained an active participant in the school’s badminton team.
“I believe the role of a tutor or teacher is to pass on not only knowledge but also skills that will be of great assistance to students throughout their VCE years and beyond. Having initially struggled with Chemistry in university and achieving the highest score of all in the end, I hope to be a great role model for my students and assist them through tough times. I also hope to inspire students with my passion for biology so that they can fully explore their potential. It will be of great pleasure to see students improve every week under my guidance and I am determined to try my very best to make that happen.”