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Nimmi Bernard

CEO/Owner - Principle Educator

I hold a Bachelor's degree in mathematics from Stella Maris in Chennai and Bharathidasan College Pondicherry, India. I also hold a Bachelor's degree in education from Annamalai University, Chidambaram, India. I have been in the teaching industry for just over 30 years across the world. My career first started with an all-girls private high school school in India for 12 years. It then transistioned to a co-ed high school in Singapore where I taught for 6 years. I then moved to the United States where I have been tutoring for a combined 12 years. 


What has all that taught me? The basis of Mathematics is the same, it doesn't matter what country you're in. What's different is how the subject is taught to the students. In India and Singapore, the subject is delivered in the most simplistic way possible. This makes it much easier to understand the subject. I would like to share that teaching and learning style with the students here in the United States.


It is my goal to provide the students a fun and comfortable learning atmosphere where they can develop the means needed to fill the breaks in understanding Mathematics. This helps to form the tools they need to suceed in a world where Mathematics is becoming ever so prevalent.


Aahana Bernard

Calculus/Programming Instructor

I hold a bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communication from Global Academy of Technology, Bangalore, India. I am currently doing my Master’s in Computer Science from University of Central Florida. 


I have a keen interest in calculus which I consider the language of engineering and am also proficient in several programming languages such as HTML/CSS/Javascript, Python, C/C++ and Java. I use a combination of my Electronics degree and programming expertise to run an electronics and robotics camp during the summer.


Throughout my education, I have taken pride in being the top performer in my graduating class. The tips and tricks that I use to achieve my success is what I hope to share with all my students. My experience has shown that most students think STEM subjects are too hard to learn but often this is just due to how the subject was introduced. My first step is to make students comfortable in their STEM subjects by starting with the basics to make sure their understanding is sound and then build on their knowledge with fun and interesting challenges.

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