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The Queen Elizabeth Standard on Academic Excellence

Queen Elizabeth Academy is known for providing top-quality education to students in Vancouver. We aim to help our students build strong foundations instead of using quick fixes, thereby nurturing them for long-term success. For more than 9 years, we worked with thousands of students in Vancouver and other cities, helping many of them gain admission into top universities: Waterloo, Queen’s, Western, Laurier, and McGill, with scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $23,000.

Many alumni of QEA have entered top medical schools, many others have advanced to study their masters and Ph.D. In contrast, others have been employed by leading firms like KPMG and Fidelity Investments.

Queen Elizabeth Academy is also an inspected private school by the Ministry of Education to offer high school credits

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Private Tutoring @ Vancouver

Experience the interaction of our online live physics lesson. Students are focused and not being distracted or sitting passively We provide both private 1 on 1 tutoring and private credit courses (group classes)

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Private Credit Course @ Vancouver

QEA offers high school credits that are taught live over Zoom, in a small class settings. With high quality lessons and one on one attention, we aim to build a strong foundation for our students to achieve long term success.

Queen Elizabeth Academy offers high quality tutoring programs to students in Vancouver area: Dunbar, West End, Yaletown, Kensington, Kitsilano, Strathcona and Burnaby.

Success Stories

Congratulations to Stephanie L., who ranked Top 15 in Canada selected by University Hub.

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Congratulations to our students who were admitted to their top choice university (Queens, Wilfred Laurier, McGill etc.).  Our students obtained scholarships from $2,000 to $23,000
Jeff R. Queen’s Commerce
Paul M. Queen’s Engineering
Melissa W. Western Ivey
Taylor W. Western Medical Science
Josh M. OCAD
Miranda D. Wilfred Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Colin H. Queen’s Commerce
Stephanie L. Queen’s Commerce
Jeremy R. Western Ivey
Robbie M. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Eric M. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Co-op)
Jiv S. Wilfrid Laurier BBA (Coop)
Vivian T. U of T Rotman
Stacy L. Western Engineering
Laura P. Western Medical Science
David P. U of T Rotman
Britney R. Wilfred Laurier BBA (Co-op)
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Jerry T.
Admitted to Queen’s Commerce
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Sebastian G., a grade 12 student admitted to McGill University
Matt B., a grade 12 student admitted to Laurier Business
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Meet our Tutors - Math, Physics and Chemistry tutors in Vancouver

Nikki V.
QEA Math Teacher
Nikki is a certified teacher with Master degree in Education from University of Toronto. She has been working with QEA for over 6 years, and many of QEA top students came out of her class
Chris L.
QEA Physics Tutor
Chris is our physics tutor, explaining his approach in teaching physics. Chris is going to John Hopkins University this fall studying PhD in Physics
Dev D.
QEA Biology and Chemistry Tutor
Dev is graduated with a science degree at York University, currently enrolled in dental school. Dev has been working with QEA for 4 years.
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Ben T.
English Teacher
Teaches:  English grade 5 to 12

PhD Candidate, English literature

Writing Course Director, Guelph-Humber University 

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Laura C.
MD Candidate
Harvard University

Queen Elizabeth Advisor

Designed Learning Strategies for our courses. 

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John C.
Math Tutor and Science Tutor
Teaches:  Calculus, Advanced Functions, Physics

PhD Candidate, University of Toronto

Taught university math tutoring classes for 2+ years

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The QEA Approach
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We offer a one-on-one, personalized tutoring program at Queen Elizabeth Academy, and our lessons cover all essential concepts with step-by-step explanations on homework problems.

1. Building Foundations

Seeing that math and science are cumulative, it becomes imperative for students to develop their skills in these areas to ensure long-term success. In Queen Elizabeth Academy's math and science tutoring sessions, we teach foundational concepts and help our students to understand instead of memorizing the course materials. This is the best tutoring approach when building students' math foundations.

2. Step by step explanations

In QEA science and math tutoring programs, we use a step-by-step explanation technique in providing easy-to-understand lessons. During our tutoring sessions, our tutors pay attention to the students’ foundational gaps and re-explain wherever they need further clarification.

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Matt B.
a grade 12 student admitted to Laurier Business
Sebastian G.
a grade 12 student admitted to McGill University
Andrew G.
admitted to Western University

Paige M.
Admitted to Queen’s University student alumni of QEA enrolled in QEA Englsih 12 private credit course

Kristen C.
Admitted to University of Waterloo student alumni of QEA enrolled in QEA Englsih 12 private credit course
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Math Tutoring in Vancouver


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Build your Math foundations and confidence with QEA #1 rated math tutoring program

Math is a cumulatively progressive subject. This means that each grade level is a building block for the next. Students, therefore, need to understand every concept as they progress and be able to apply them. But a lot of students tend to memorize math without trying to understand the concepts. Unfortunately, they ignore foundational concepts, creating learning gaps, and then discover later they ought to have learned these concepts.

QEA is recognized by the Ministry of Education. We also have a thorough understanding of the curriculum and have a wealth of experience in teaching math. This is why we can help any child learn math with ease.

Common challenges that most students encounter in math:

1. Weak foundational skills in math

To build solid math foundational skills, students ought to start at Grade 7 or 8, so they can learn foundational skills, such as fractions, integers, and algebra. When they get into high school, they`ll learn graphing, solving equations. These skills are critically important because, without them, the students will struggle with math from one grade level to another. So the best approach is to use practice questions to develop these skills while addressing foundational gaps.

2. Memorize instead of understand

Students are generally accustomed to memorizing math instead of understanding it, which is the proper way of learning math. But the challenge with this approach is that the students are not grounded in the fundamental concepts, so they struggle when presented with different problems. Hence, to understand math, students must learn and know the “why” behind the concepts and steps and also be able to apply them. To address this, our lessons at Queen Elizabeth Academy focus on understanding, so we teach our students the concepts following a step-by-step explanation pattern.

The QEA math tutoring program is one on one, private.

Our tutors focus on foundational building while re-addressing the student's gaps and helping them understand instead of memorizing. With additional practice problems, they soon master the skills.

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Meet Diana J.
from the QEA English team
Diana is a PhD candidate, major in English literature, York University. She has 6 years of teaching experience.
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Build your English foundational skills - writing, reading comprehension, and critical analysis

English is a very important subject in high school, as all university programs require an excellent English grade for acceptance. But achieving excellence in English demands a set of unique skills from the students. This includes essay writing, reading comprehension, grammar, and critical analysis.

QEA English tutoring program focuses on building students` skills in reading comprehension, essay writing, and critical analysis. While we support the students through their school curriculum, we also use it to teach them how to develop these skills. In our lessons on essay writing, we teach students how to write a concise and compelling thesis, write introductions that arrest readers’ interests, and develop arguments using quotes from Shakespeare or their novels.

 

Common challenges that most students encounter in English:

1. Students lack proper sentence structures

Nowadays, students are accustomed to texting on their phones. This habit somehow gets translated into their school writing and accounts for a significant reason why students lack proper grammar and sentence structure in writing. However, QEA lessons compel the students to use appropriate English structure and grammar in writing.

2. Students’ essays lack critical analysis and are penalized for marks.

Critical thinking also accounts for a significant portion of students’ English grades in high school. During critical analysis, many students have the poor habit of merely stating the plot summary in their essays. Whereas they`re supposed to provide more detailed critical analysis, a common mistake which results in loss of marks. So we teach students to go deeper into the story, linking the central theme to the rest of the story.

The QEA English tutoring program is one on one, private.

We build our students’ skills in reading, writing, and critical analysis while working with them through their regular school curriculum.

The Queen Elizabeth Standard on Academic Excellence

At Queen Elizabeth Academy, we`re known for providing top-quality education to our students. This is why they excel academically. Many of our students were accepted into top universities with scholarships ranging from $2,000 to $23,000. Queen Elizabeth Academy strives to help students build strong foundations to pursue their paths in various universities with ease. Many of our past students have entered top medical schools, others pursue their MScs and PhDs, and several were employed by top-ranking Bay St. firms and other global companies.

FAQ for Tutoring in Vancouver

How can tutoring help my child?

QE has a strong track record on supporting our students to academic excellence and long term success. Our tutoring program is private one on one, tailored towards the strengths and weaknesses of your child. Our tutoring program is lesson based, which means we don't sit back and wait for questions, because often times they don't know what to ask. We actively teach lessons and provide weekly homework for practice.

How is QE tutoring different from others?

QE provides quality education. What does this mean? To achieve high grade, it is important to have a systematic approach to build your child's foundation: Lessons, Homework Practice and coaching. For lessons, we actively teach the materials, organizing knowledge in step by step manner. This way, we facilitate understanding, not memorizing equations or steps. We provide package of homework practice, so that our students can learn a variety of problems and prepare well for tests. We also provide past tests and mock exams, such that we teach test writing techniques to optimize their performance.

How can my child achieve higher grade?

Academic excellence comes with understanding and hardwork. We take care of the understanding part in our lessons, where we teach the concepts in a easy-to-understand manner. to acheive high grade, the students need to practice and establish a good routine for working through homework. Making their own study notes will be preferred. We also teach test writing strategies, such as tackling multiple choice and complex application questions.

What are QE's credentials?

QE is Ministry accredited, which means we offer high school courses. We know the curriculum of each subject inside-out. We know what foundation building block is important leading to the next grade. As we have worked with 5,000+ students over the past 9 years, we are familiar with the common weakness and challenge they face on each subject. Therefore, we focus on what matters most to achieve success. Our students were admitted to top universities: Waterloo, Laurier, Queen's, Western, McGill with scholarship from $2,000 to $50,000.

What tutor will be assigned to my child?

The average tenure of our tutors at QE is at least 3 years. Many of our tutors stay with QE for 5-6 years. In this way, they are experienced and have worked with hundreds of students. Many of them have taught our 110 hours credit course. New tutors need to go through a rigorous audition process in order to join QE. This includes showing indepth knowledge in our test and being able to explain concepts in a way that students can understand.

How much does tutoring cost?

We charge per month (4 or 8 lessons a month). Depending on the program, we offer very competitive and fair rate. We provide much more value than the average tutoring centers or go-to-home agencies: successful experience, coaching, homework package, mock tests and exams, test writing strategies and lesson based tutoring.

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