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Academic Tutoring

General Counseling for Primary, Secondary and High Schools
Type of Classes
One-on-One Tutorials

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Semi Private Session

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Small Group Session

Unique ways of teaching methods to better improve students' strength

Subject Tutoring
Subject Offering
Business Related
From High Schol International Business, Business Ladership to Accounting, Universiy level Economics and Finance courses, our tutors are here to help. Graduated from prestigous univesites in North America, Carrey tutors have rich experiences in Finance and Business industries.
Computer Science Related
Our tutors graduated with computer engineering degrees from accredited Canadian universities. From Python tutoring to Java lessons and more, with curriculum that's tailored to each child's unique interests, skill level, and goals. We also help senior students with their school projects and build a solid foundation towards future studies.
Success in high school biology is important not just for college-bound students, but for students who see careers as registred nurses, doctors or even Genesciemtists. High school biology courses typically focus on the core ideas that join very different disciplines. In biology, students study a variety of life processes and learn how different organisms meet the challenges of living in their environment. The most critical part of the tutroing is developing how to think, not what to think.
Like many other high school science courses, high school chemistry is time-intensive and conceptually challenging with long-term implications for students with aspirations to univeristies or colleges. Carrey's Chemistry tutors help students develop the ability to think like a chemist. Critical thought and analytical consideration of results both rest on applying the scientific method, which can be a foreign way of thinking for many students.
Physics offers you the chance to tie everything together under a unifying science that explains everything from the behavior of an electron to the motion of planets. Because of how fundamental physics is to all other sciences, Carrey always suggests students take physics first, before all of the other sciences typically encountered in high school.
Science is an intensive, information-filled subject that employs logic and mathematic formulas. From space to cells — and everything in between — elementary students begin to learn about how the scientific world works. With the ever-evolving world of significant scientific and technological innovation, everything from smartphones to genomic vaccines. Having a solid science foundation will better prepare students for the jobs of tomorrow.
Foreign Language
At Carrey, we offer foreign languages such as French, Spanish, German, Latin, etc. Learning a new language means your brain has to cope with complexity as it makes sense of and absorbs new patterns. As our brains work out the meaning, endeavoring to communicate, we develop key learning skills such as cognitive thinking and problem-solving.
At Carrey, we use “west meets east” tutoring methodology to teach Math. For Primary to Middle school students, Math should be challenging, not frustrating. We know that every child learns differently and at his or her own pace, so every child’s program meets his or her exact learning needs. Carrey's high school math tutors help students build stronger cognitive and academic skills so they can become confident, motivated, and ready to learn in universities.
English is the most important subject students learn in school. Strong English comprehension skills are used every day, both inside and outside of school. Our team of highly qualified English tutors specialize in helping your child in writing fluency, English literature with focus on critical thinking skills, grammar, essay writing and ESL.

Test Preparation

​What is the SAT Test?

SAT is divided into SAT1 and SAT2. Under normal circumstances, famous American schools only need to provide SAT1 scores. Only a few schools also require SAT2 scores.

1. SAT1: Known as the SAT General Test or NEW SAT (Reasoning Test), it tests three subjects: reading, writing and math. The full score of each part is 800. The total score of the old SAT test is 2400. After the reform, the new test has become 1600. The test time is three hours and forty-five minutes.

2. SAT2: called SAT single subject test or SAT subject test (Subject Tests), including mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, foreign languages (including Chinese, Japanese, German, French, Spanish), etc., each subject has a full score of 800 points. The exam time is one hour.

​What is the ACT?

The full name of ACT is "American College Testing", and its Chinese name is "American College Entrance Examination". It is one of the admission requirements for American universities. The ACT test is not a simple language test, but a test of students' comprehensive ability.

The ACT test is divided into four parts: Error Correction (English), Math (Math), Reading (Reading), and Science Reasoning (Science Reasoning) are all multiple-choice questions, with a total of 215 questions. In addition, the composition title is optional, and the test time is also increased by 30 minutes. The full score of the ACT is 36 points, with 36 points in each part, and the total score is averaged. The full score of the composition is 12 points, which are not counted in the total score, and the scores are given separately.

Many candidates have not tried scientific reasoning. This part integrates high school and junior high school physics, chemistry, biology, Chinese, oral English, written test and other subjects.

​What is the SSAT?

The SSAT is divided into four sections: Vocabulary, Reading, Math, and Writing. The first three parts are scoring items. Although the writing part is not scored, it will be sent as a photocopy when the official scores are sent to the school, so it also needs to be paid attention to.

The SSAT test is divided into two levels: Lower Level (lower grade) and Upper Level (higher grade). Depending on the level, there will be some differences in the scores.

1. Lower Level: Students in grades 5-7, with a score range of 1320-2130.

2. Upper Level: Students in grades 8-11, with a score range of 1500-2400.

The test format and time for the lower and upper grades are exactly the same, but the difficulty and total score value are different.

​What is the ISEE Exam?

ISEE is sponsored by the US Private School Entrance Examination Office (ISEE Operations Office) and the US Educational Records Bureau (ERB for short), which mainly examines students' language and mathematical comprehension and reasoning abilities. ISEE test results are recognized by more than 1,200 prestigious private schools worldwide. The three levels of elementary, middle and advanced (applying for grades 5-12) are the most common in the ISEE test, and they all contain the following five test contents:

- Verbal Reasoning

- Quantitative Reasoning

- Reading Comprehension

- Mathematics Achievement

- Writing (Essay)

The ISEE exam is divided into four levels as follows:

  • Primary Level (Children): For students applying for grades 2-4, there is only a computer-based test

  • Lower Level (primary): students applying for grades 5-6, computer-based test/paper-based test

  • Middle Level: For students in grades 7-8, computer-based test/paper-based test

  • Upper Level: For students in grades 9-12, computer-based test/paper-based test