Phone: 1 876 894-7115
Email: [email protected]

(Mon – Fri) 8:30AM – 5:00PM
(Sat) 9:00AM – 3:00PM
To set up a 1 Hour Tutoring Session, please email [email protected] with the area you need assistance in, a copy of your most recent standardized testing score report (if possible) and your contact information.
Stephanie is a former Admissions Counselor and graduate of Bard College. Her degree BA is in Psychology, and she also holds a certificate in Globalization and International Affairs.

Stephanie has always had a passion for education. As an undergraduate she worked in Bard's admissions office as an Admission Assistant and Tour Guide. After graduating, Stephanie spent 3 years as an Admissions Counselor at Bard, where she evaluated thousands of applications from students all over the world. She brings to AIM real world experience and sense of what makes an application compelling in competitive situations.

As a verbal tutor, her passion for student success and voracious appetite for reading and critical analysis informs her success. Stephanie is fulfilled by helping students develop a love for learning and books and maximise their potential in the admissions process.

Nathaniel believes that we are best served growing our intellect and pursuing truth so that we can unlock the most important treasure: happiness.

With over three years of teaching experience in SAT Math and Verbal, Nathaniel is versatile - capable of finding novel ways to help his students grasp and even love difficult topics. As one of his former students put it, "Under the tutelage of Nathaniel, my dislike for Mathematics transformed into a great appreciation for the subject. This was made easy by Nathaniel's ability to point out Mathematics' importance in the areas of my personal interest. Nathaniel Christie is a brilliant academic, an excellent teacher and a good man."

A student himself, Nathaniel is finalizing his BSc in Computer Science at UWI. If you're looking to elevate your thinking not only to excel in exams, but in University and life beyond, Nathaniel is here to serve you.


Domonique is a passionate forever learner with a love for logical problem-solving and intuitive thinking about life's big issues.

Although currently pursuing a BSc in Math and Economics with a minor in High School Education, she loves being active and can be found playing or watching all kinds of sports in her free time.

As someone who has taken the SATs herself, Domonique knows what it takes to achieve your goal score and often goes above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that her students succeed.

Lindsay teaches both SAT Math and English. Having done the exam herself, she knows how difficult standardized testing can be, especially for international students. For this reason, she focuses on specific strategies to help students get into the mind of the examiner, so that they can always choose the right answer.

Current student at Dartmouth College, she is passionate about helping students get access to study abroad opportunities, and puts her all into motivating her students to become independent thinkers and learners. She can't wait to meet you in the classroom!
A first class honours graduate of the University of the West Indies, with a BSc. in Actuarial Science, David Morgan is a competent, hard working and humble individual. The objectives of AIM Educational Services embodies his goals about maximizing one's potential, which has fueled him to teach at this institution.

His lifelong dream of becoming an Actuary is now en route to being realized with 7 of the 10 professional Actuarial exams completed and currently pursuing the eighth. He hopes to pursue his Masters of Science in Financial Engineering.

Not only does he excel in academia, but, as an active member in the community and church, he mentors persons of all ages. A lover of music, musical instruments and sports, he enjoys playing the drum and football in his spare time.

Ingrid McLaren holds a PhD in Education Psychology and is currently a Lecturer in the English Language Section, of the Department of Language, Linguistics and Philosophy, University of the West Indies, Mona. Her research interests include curriculum reform and the prediction of academic success in higher education.

She enjoys interacting with students at all levels and gains fulfillment watching them grow in confidence as they enhance their communication skills. She frequently uses the quotes of Albert Einstein, one of her most influential role models, to guide both graduate and undergraduate students. Two of the most frequently imparted ones are: "Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new", and "Weakness of attitude becomes weakness of character".
Jabari Wellington is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, Mona where he pursued two degrees, one in Biochemistry and the other in Pure Chemistry.

Jabari is a teacher of the Pure Sciences (Chemistry, Physics and Biology) and Mathematics for over a decade and one who loves a bit of Spanish conversation. His philosophy is that his students should always aim to surpass him and be more adept and accomplished than he ever was after passing on his wealth of knowledge through his intrinsic means.

He believes that effort and drive has to come from both sides and that with unrelenting determination, all goals, regardless of how farfetched, can and will be achieved.

He ultimately believes that his students are unpolished stones which come into his care to be made into sparkling gems after being strategically pressured to discover and display their best selves

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