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  • Number
  • Algebra and graphs
  • Co-ordinate geometry
  • Vectors and transformations
  • Geometry
  • Mensuration
  • Trigonometry
  • Probability
  • Statistics


  • The basic economic problem
  • The allocation of resources
  • Microeconomic decision makers
  • Government and the macroeconomy
  • Economic development
  • International trade and globalisation


  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Environmental sciences
  • Life sciences
  • Physical sciences
  • Sport sciences
  • Health sciences
  • Earth sciences


  • The fundamentals of accounting
  • Sources and recording of data
  • Verification of accounting record
  • Accounting procedures
  • Preparation of financial statements
  • Analysis and interpretation
  • Accounting principles and policies

History & Geography

  • The nineteenth century: the development of modern nation states, 1848–1914
  • The twentieth century: international relations since 1919
  • The First World War, 1914–18
  • Population and settlement
  • The natural environment
  • Economic development

Foreign Language

  • French
  • German
  • Spanish

Information Technology

  • Databases
  • Modeling and simulation
  • Web science
  • Object-oriented programming (OOP)
  • System fundamentals
  • Networks
  • Computational thinking, problem-solving and programming
  • Abstract data structures
  • Resource management

English Language & Literature

  • Listening
  • Speaking
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Viewing
  • Presenting

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Nidhi Tyagi


Post graduate in Chemistry
Pursuing her Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry

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Nidhi, a post graduate in Chemistry pursuing her Phd in Physical Chemistry, didn’t begin her career as a trainer. Little did she realise that her passion would be teaching, until she attended a training program conducted by an ed-tech firm on online training and delivery. 

In her class, the student is the owner of the class and her sessions revolve around a student centric approach as against a trainer centric approach.  The more you encourage a student to ask questions, the more the student understands the subject and the more the trainer learns and experiences as well.


“Nidhi is a great tutor. She nows more than google does” – Vera | Chemistry

“Very thorough tutor. Using outside knowledge as exaplmes to ensure comprehension.” – Llyanna | Chemistry

Jaishree Soni


Post graduate in Chemistry

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Jaishree believes that online teaching has helped address multiple issues that arises in an offline set up. Personalised attention, ability of a student to freely express themselves, better networking opportunities, developing self discipline, being able to show case concepts visually to the students with the click of a button is what enhances her classroom experience.


“You did teach well i would understand the topic and you can explain the topic very easily” – kishan Pratap | Grade 12

“Good afternoon ma’am, according to me your teaching was excellent and the questions which you use to give us for were really tough but it helped us to learn the concept more properly and efficiently!!” – Niharia Rathore | Grade 12

Guneet Banga


Degree in Information Technology

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Upgrading yourself every day and learning from your experiences with your students is what Guneet believes to be the only way to be successful as an online tutor. By helping students gain knowledge and in that way if a subject like Math, which is something that many students find frustrating, becomes a subject that they like, then you are a satisfied and dedicated teacher.

Gunneet considers dealing with mediocre children and working with them to scale up to be more satisfying than getting the cream of students to move from a 96% to 98% or 100%. This is where the potential and skill of a great teacher stands out from the crowd. 


Aakanksha J Madhra


Post graduate in Zoology
Cleared National Eligibility test with AIR 40

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Aakanksha began her career as a research person and then moved on to reviewing the Quality of content for books published through renowned publishers for 11th and 12th grade. She is also one of the members to conduct training and workshops on how to design question papers for exams. She is a recipient of the best teacher award from GISR-IIWA foundation for contribution in the field of education.

We will very shortly get to see her books on biology be published and made available in the market.


“Aakanksha mam is very devoted towards her students learnings. Without a doubt she has strong sense of responsibility towdars her students, alowing them to learn more deeply. This attitude can be seen from here constant feedback she gives to her students, her enthusiasm in engaging her students, as well as her prompt replies whenever her students need his assistance over emails. So far, she is the tutor whom i feel puts in the most effort ans passion into her job, and she does her job extremely well.” – Tanisha Khodwal

“Aakansha ma’am, biology teacher always teaches us in an attractive and in a unique. She always helps us in clearing our doubts and out mistakes. She has been a wonderful teacher for every student. She is anytime ready to help her students and guide us towards success. She is someone who makes her students academically strong and encourage us to do better in life.” – Bhavya Narang

Sandhya Devi


Graduate in Mathematics
Certified online trainer - Tutor Vista

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Sandhya didn’t find her math sessions during her school days to be encouraging and motivating and she realised that this is something that only her teacher could have given her. Thus her primary goal is to make sure that none of her students feel the way she felt during her math sessions.

Online tutoring gives her the satiaction of making a difference in the life of a student even in the farthest of locations and she does this through visually engaging diagrams. Learning math not only becomes interesting but colorful and vibrant enabling students to remember the key concepts delivered.


“Mrs. Sandhya Devi has been my tuition teacher since I was in the fifth grade. Though math is one of my favorite subjects, Mrs. S helped make it much clearer. She has gone above and beyond her normal duties and has helped me solve tough assignments, beyond normal class hours. I am now a junior in high school and can easily solve tough calculus problems as I spent the summer being tutored By Mrs. S” – BHARAT J.




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Curiosity, inquisitivity and being able to relate to physics is a quality that Satyawan had in him from a very young age. He began to believe that science can provide you with required answers but gradually understood that physics can tell you how things work. In this journey his inclination was more towards Mechanics.

He believes in relating to real time examples in his classes to ensure his sessions are not the boring monotonous ones. Satyawan says, many people believe Physics is full of math & hence a student who does not like math, does not like physics too. But he has been able to show his students that physics & math cannot be combined. Math is only a tool used in physics. If students understand this well, his fear of the subject can be eliminated.


“Great tutor,very clear explanations to questions.”

“I understand the importance of units now! Thanks!”

“I appreciate how my tutor separated the problem into easier to understand chuncks. It made me realize that i actually had a better grasp on the subject than i originally thought.”

Shilpa Kamble


Post graduate in Microbiology
Bachelor of Education

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Shilpa affirms that technology has played a significant role in making sure that her classes are for sure one of the best. More so because students of these days are more engaged when learning is integrated with technology. Taking students through virtual tours of the concepts taught in class helps build engagement and encourages active participation from the students and Shilpa finds her students to have shown improvement in knowledge retention.


“I really liked it we actually communicated with each other we the person helped me with my question to the point were I understood it.” – Gary

“Overall  the tutor given me all the information I needed for my quiz tomorrow.” – Franklin

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Are GCSE and IGCSE the same ?

GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) is an exam taken as a completion of secondary education in the UK. British students take GCSE exam at the end of grade 11. IGCSE (International General Certificate of Secondary Education) is an international version of GCSE. IGCSE gives access to students globally to the same qualification standards of the GCSE. There is no difference between GCSE and IGCSE except that a few things are tailor made for the students across different countries. In India, students take the IGCSE exam at the end of grade 10.

Can a CBSE student apply for IGCSE ?

A CBSE student can move to the Cambridge curriculum in any grade (preferably on or before moving to grade 8) and can take the IGCSE exam in grade 10. However, the student/parent has to understand the major difference between the two while making this decision. The CBSE curriculum is more aligned to a theoretical based system of education and IGCSE is based on critical thinking and application based learning. There is more application based learning in the IGCSE.

Can I get into university without A levels ?

If a student wants to move in to university without taking up the A Levels, there are certain equivalent courses or alternatives that need to be taken up. A student needs to score at least 3As to get into a university. However if a student has any other equivalent qualification such as IBDP, higher education diploma, CBSE/ICSE grade 12 boards then he/she can get into university.

Can IB students appear for IIT-JEE or NEET?

Yes, IB is recognised in India. If a student had taken physics, chemistry, mathematics and biology in IBDP then students can appear for Indian entrance exams such as IIT-JEE or NEET.

Can you retake IGCSE ?

Yes, a student can retake the IGCSE if the results he/she got is not satisfactory or if the grade noted on the score card is ‘U’. Regardless of age or previous scores, a student can retake the IGCSE exams any number of times.

Do Australian universities accept IGCSE ?

Cambridge curriculum or popularly known as IGCSE is a globally recognized curriculum. IGCSE is more popular in European countries, but IGCSE and the A levels are accepted by universities in all the countries. There can be addtional requirements for admissions like standardized tests and language tests such as SAT, IELTS or TOEFL for which you can refer to the university websites or reach out to us for a counselling session.

How many different English papers are there in IGCSE?

  • Cambridge IGCSE First Language English is designed for learners whose first language is English.
  • Cambridge IGCSE Literature in English – The syllabus enables learners to read, interpret and evaluate texts through the study of literature in English.
  • Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language is for learners who already have the working knowledge of the language. The syllabus is suitable for learners whose first language is not English, but who study through the English-medium.
  • Cambridge IGCSE English (as an Additional Language) enables learners to develop practical language skills and build their confidence in communicating in English. The syllabus is suitable for learners whose first language is not English.”

How many different Math papers are there in IGCSE?

  • Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics encourages learners to develop their mathematical ability as a key life skill, and as a strong basis for further study of mathematics or to support skills in other subjects.
  • Cambridge IGCSE Additional Mathematics stretches more able candidates and provides a smooth transition to Cambridge International AS & A Level Mathematics.”

How many years is IGCSE?

IGCSE is a two year course. IGCSE exams are conducted at the end of the second year. Exams are conducted in June and November; The March administration is applicable only for India. In terms of the Indian education system, IGCSE is grade 9 and grade 10.

Is IB and IGCSE same ?

No, IB (International Bacculearate) is a different education system which has different categories in it such as PYP (Primary year programme), MYP (Mid year programme) and DP (Diploma programme) based on the age group. IGCSE is an international version with the same standard as UK’s GCSE.

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