We work with over 150 tutors around the world, with most of them stationed in Malaysia. Our tutors are graduates and professionals who are experts at their fields. Most of them graduated from top universities, so they know how competitive top university admissions can be, and what it takes for a student to succeed.
Tamara obtained her MEng degree in Materials Science from Oxford University. She was awarded an academic scholarship and several college prizes throughout her time at Trinity College, Oxford. Tamara then spent her 4th year at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US doing research on “Biodegradable Bone Screws”. Following this, she joined Shell and worked for 9 years in various roles starting out as a Materials Engineer in The Netherlands. After various commercial roles in Shell, she started PrepWorks in 2015 to provide guidance to students aiming for top universities, colleges and boarding schools. In 2020, Tamara completed her certification in Developing Strategies for Online Teaching and Learning at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Aidan graduated with a B.A. (Hons) in Mathematics from Cambridge University in June 2012. He is currently an Assistant Vice President working in the Research Division of the Malaysian sovereign wealth fund, Khazanah Nasional. He covers research in energy, semiconductors, and other areas of technology. He has had 6 years of experience tutoring in Economics and Mathematics for both IB HL and IGCSE / A- Level. He has also tutored students on preparation for Oxbridge entrance examinations in both subjects. His students have gained admission to Oxbridge and top Russell group universities in the UK. In his spare time, he enjoys calisthenics, mixing cocktails, reading, travelling, listening to classical music and jazz.
Tim attended Alice Smith International School in Kuala Lumpur and Harrow School in London, with 11 A*s for his GCSEs and 6A*s at A/AS-levels. He went to Stanford University, was president of the Malaysian society, Delta Kappa Epsilon, other societies and also played rugby for the University. He was very active in Chamber music in the UK and Stanford, winning the UK National Chamber Music competition 4 times. Tim has completed Grade 8 in Violin and Piano. He began his professional career working in iPhone Product Design at Apple, and has since worked in various Engineering and Technology Finance roles at Netflix, Yahoo, Twitter and now is a Finance Director at Credit Karma in San Francisco.
Bianca attended Garden International School for her IGCSEs, achieving the highest grades in the cohort of 12A* 1A. She received an academic scholarship to study her A Levels in Benenden School in the UK. In 2015, Bianca graduated with Honours in Law (Jurisprudence) in Balliol College, University of Oxford. She represented the university in the Blues Ballroom Dancing team around the UK. In 2017, Bianca completed her Bar Professional Training Course in City University, London and is now a member of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. Bianca is passionate about guiding students in their application to universities in the UK. She feels that university is one of the most important decisions one makes and should receive full and complete support and advice.
Celine was awarded a full scholarship to read MEng and BA in Chemical Engineering (via Natural Sciences) at the University of Cambridge, where she graduated with a Second Upper Honours in 2017. While a student, Celine also published articles pertaining to academia and became an intern and campus leader for Teach for Malaysia in Cambridge. With over 10 years of helping others to achieve their dream grades and university offers, Celine is currently a PrepWorks tutor, specialising in subject tutoring, entrance test/essay competition coaching, and university admissions counselling. She was also awarded ‘Best Tutor’ by Prepworks in 2019. Teaching aside, Celine has amassed work experiences in Finance and Engineering here in Malaysia and the United Kingdom.
Chern Juin attended Kolen Tuanku Jaafar for his A-levels and was Deputy House Captain. He furthered his studies at University of Cambridge for his BA in Aerospace & Aerothermal Engineering. He was secretary of the Stephenson Society, and was very active in sports. He represented the university in badminton and was captain of the college badminton and basketball team. Chern Juin received recognition for his academic achievements, being the recipient of the Royal Aeronautical Society Prize, Morien Morgan Prize and Jaguar Land Rover Prize. He is currently working as a management consultant and has work experience in the automotive industry at Aston Martin Lagonda Limited and experiential design company, Holovis International Limited.
Chui-Joe attended The Alice Smith School from 2010-2013, completing 10 GCSEs (10 A*) and four GCE A-levels (2A*2A) and the AQA Baccalaureate (Distinction). After secondary school, Chui-Joe attended Oxford University, where she graduated in 2016 with a BA in History, First Class. She continued her studies at Oxford with a Masters in Philosophy in Traditional East Asia, from which she graduated with Distinction in 2018. She is currently undertaking a PhD in History at Oxford. Her research focus is historical writing in seventeenth-century China, Korea, and Japan.Chui-Joe’s experience in tutoring stems from five months as a graduate assistant in the History department at North London Collegiate School Jeju, followed by ad-hoc work recording lectures and advising on university admissions for students in China and Malaysia.
Crystal graduated from Princeton University with a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and a certificate in Global Health Policy. After graduating, she spent two years at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur conducting population health research through the Fulbright Scholar Program. Crystal recently underwent the U.S. medical school admissions process and has matriculated to Cornell University’s medical school in New York City in August. She has been tutoring students for SAT since 2012 and has guided students through the U.S. college admissions process since 2015. While at Princeton, she served for three years as a Peer Academic Advisor and enjoys mentoring students of all academic interests, from economics to the natural sciences and the arts.
Elizabeth is a recent law graduate from Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge and will be training to be a solicitor at Linklaters, London in January 2021. She has helped numerous students prepare for their law application to Oxbridge and top London law schools like LSE, UCL and KCL. Majority of the applicants under her tutelage secure interviews and a few have received offers to colleges like Mansfield College, Oxford and Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge. She has also tutored A Level History, helping candidates achieve stellar results, and taught English to retirees and university students during the Oxbridge Summer Schools Abroad for 2018 in Kobe, Japan.
After scoring 4 A*s and 1 A at A-Level for English Literature, Economics, History, Maths and Further Maths, Farah went on to receive her BSc in Economics at the London School of Economics. At LSE, she was part of a volunteer tutoring programme where she taught mathematics and economics to GCSE and A-Level students. After almost 3 years of work in investment banking handling IPOs, assets disposals and acquisitions, and other equity-related transactions in Malaysia, Farah decided to make a career change into the technology sector, and is now a full-stack web developer working on programming for an e-commerce website. She has been teaching IGSCE English, and other lessons regarding writing, including entrance exam preparation, with Prepworks since 2019.
Puan Anis is recognized as a passionate and student-centered educator continually seeking to improve learning especially in Malay language. She earned a Bachelor degree (Hons) in Business Administration from MARA University of Technology, Malaysia (UiTM). Puan Anis is committed to her students’ success inside of the classroom and believes it is created through meaningful relationships. She has 8 years of experience in personal coaching to countless international school students, home schooling, private tutoring and government schools and helped students in every setting score distinctions in the examination. Majority of the students that she has coached are not native speakers, so Malay Language is a foreign Language for them. She enjoys spending time with her kids and reading motivational books.
Henry graduated from Oxford University with a Bachelors and Masters in Engineering Science (Software and Information). He then worked as a Machine Learning engineer in Europe's number one robotics firm - Oxbotica, building self-driving cars. After receiving his acceptance offer from University of Oxford, he started writing articles on his self-funded website to help students navigate the confusing process of university applications. During his first summer back in Asia, he went on volunteering trips, teaching English to primary and secondary school students. His love for science and technology is only challenged by his love for teaching, as he wishes to give the younger generation a chance to achieve their dreams, just like how he did with help from those before him.
Kylie has a Bachelor’s degree in Government from Harvard University and a Master’s in Business Administration from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Coming from a family of journalists, Kylie has always been inquisitive about human nature and adept at writing. She is passionate about helping people to fulfil their unique potential in life. Since 2014, Kylie has been guiding prospective university students through the process of self-discovery and storytelling so that they can write effective admissions essays and maximize their chances of getting into their dream university. Kylie’s students have gone on to Ivy League colleges in the US, such as Harvard, Princeton, Columbia and University of Pennsylvania, as well as to top Russell Group universities in the UK.
Nadia is a graduate from The University of Nottingham with a BEng in Chemical and Environmental Engineering. Nadia will be attending The University of Edinburgh's MSc in Carbon Management program through online learning in September 2020. She has had a huge passion for the sciences (particularly in sustainability) and enjoyed mathematics thoroughly throughout her school life. She has taught students ranging from 6-17 years old in a variety of subjects, mainly focusing on those related to her degree. She also assists applicants aiming for high-ranking universities such as University College London, University of Nottingham and University of Edinburgh, leading many of them to be accepted.
Graduating from law from the University of Bristol, UK, Nazya unexpectedly found her passion in teaching. With 14 years teaching experience in IGCSE English, SAT, IELTS and TOEFL and personal statement writing, she has helped students get into top universities worldwide and win international writing competitions. She also holds a certificate from Coach Training Edu, USA in Academic Life Coaching. This has helped her guide students and young adults more effectively through developing better learning skills, organisation, study techniques, emotional intelligence and executive function skills. Nazya believes that it is important for students to develop their creativity, critical thinking, confidence and independence through lessons that are interactive, challenging and engaging.
Pheng Chew is an Associate Legal Counsel/ Prosecuting Officer in Bank Negara Malaysia. He is in the Enforcement Unit of the Legal Department, where he specialises on offences under the legislation administered by Bank Negara Malaysia, such as the Financial Services Act 2013, Money Services Business Act 2011. He is involved in the prosecution of unlicensed money remitters, unlicensed money changers, bank officers who breach the banking secrecy provision, etc. He graduated with a B.A. (Hons) in Law from Fitzwilliam, University of Cambridge in 2018. He passionately embarks on the tutoring journey in 2019, as education is something close to his heart.
Rohan has a first-class degree in English Literature from Cambridge University and a Masters with distinction in Linguistics from Oxford University. At the postgraduate level, his main focus was on child language acquisition. He has been working as an English tutor in Malaysia for the past 10 years and continues to be passionate about bringing out the best in his students. His students have gone on to Ivy League colleges in the US and to top Russell Group universities in the UK. In his spare time, he enjoys playing the piano; he is a Fellow of the London College of Music (equivalent to holding a Masters level module) in piano performance.
Sarah graduated from Tunku Abdul Rahman University and is a full time English tutor with over 7 years experience in IGCSE English First Language and English Literature. Her students usually range from year 7-11. Her teaching style encompasses maximizing the individual student’s performance and fostering a positive learning environment. She recognizes the importance of intrinsic motivation as a holistic approach for students to not only improve academically but also in character building as well. Sarah’s students have not only improved their grades but also majority has scored A’s and A*’s in their IGCSE First Language and English Literature examinations. She enjoys playing the piano and spending time with animals.
An avid inventor, researcher and science communicator, Thomas has won the Intel ISEF Chemistry category in Los Angeles with his teammate for discovering caffeine termiticide. He has attended KYUEM to study his A-Levels and achieved stellar results, a key to his admissions into Christ’s College, University of Cambridge for Natural Sciences. He has received the Christ’s College International Award for outstanding academic performance. He has a lot of experience tutoring students in tertiary and secondary level for Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Additional Mathematics and Biology. He aspires to help the younger generation to advance their knowledge and grow their passion for science through his lessons.
Sharanya obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Drama at the University of Exeter, UK. She is an experienced Speech and Drama and Public Speaking teacher at several institutions and international schools in Kuala Lumpur, working with students ages 5 – 20 years old as well as special needs children and adults. She thoroughly enjoys working alongside children and is passionate about using “drama in the classroom” as a way of building confidence, and public speaking skills amongst our younger generation. She has several years of experience acting, taking part in plays, short films, and comedy troupes. She has also co-directed a few of her own plays such as ‘Art’ and Roald Dahl’s ‘The Witches’ which showed at Damansara Performing Arts Centre.
Muqriz is currently reading law at Universiti Tekonologi MARA, and is in his final year. Having joined the debate club since high school at St John's Institution, he is very passionate about debating from the start, and has been actively involved in the Malaysian debating circuit ever since. He was part of the team that hosted the World Universities Debating Championship in Malaysia which had an aim to ensure that international debating became an essential part of the circuit, and chaired the United Asians Debating Union in 2018. Ever since then, he has been teaching debates and public speaking in his free time, primarily to institutions with grassroots debating societies, ensuring that access to debating is spread across the nation.
Christopher has a Masters in Computing Science from Imperial College London, as well as a first-class degree in Geophysics from the same university. As an undergraduate, he was interested in computational and numerical geophysics, which ultimately led him to pursue his masters in Computer Science. At the postgraduate level, he focused on three main computing areas - Machine Learning, Cybersecurity and Software Engineering. Currently, as a technology associate in Astro, he is involved in the end-to-end development of large scale software projects from different angles - Data Science, Software Engineering, Technology Architecture, and more. In his spare time, he loves to participate in small startup projects with his friends to develop his innovation skills and business acumen.
Jesryna recently graduated with a First Class Honours in Jurisprudence (Law) from the University of Oxford, where she studied on a full academic scholarship. She is currently studying for her Bar Practice Course in London, and is a member of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. Over the past couple of years, Jesryna has tutored students looking to study law at top UK universities, guiding them on all aspects of the admissions process. Her goal has been to breakdown and demystify the admissions process, while showing applicants that the process is not as daunting as it may initially seem. Through tailor-made approaches to the needs of individual students, she hopes to be able to support applicants in achieving their goals.
Emily graduated with a triple first class Bachelor's degree in law from the University of Cambridge, having ranked fourth in her year out of 212 students. She is currently training as a barrister in the UK and will be enrolling on the LLM course at Harvard Law School in 2021. She thinks that law can be approached and studied creatively, contrary to the caricature of dryness that people attribute to it. To make sure she keeps up her creativity and approaches law with an imaginative mind, she reads a lot outside of her degree. Emily scored 10A* in IGCSE and 4A* in A-Levels. She was awarded the National Award for Highest Cumulative Mark across 8 Cambridge IGCSEs in 2015.
Wan Ting is an English teacher with over 7 years of experience and has a degree in English Language and graduated from Tunku Abdul Rahman University with an English Language degree. Formerly a discipline teacher and Head of Department for a private school, she is familiar with secondary level English exams for IGCSE and GCE. A proponent of critical thinking, she believes that an enriching environment is necessary to promote better learning, and thus strives to create a classroom where students can express themselves and discuss their ideas. She writes on the side, and also indulges in artistic pursuits like drawing, sewing and resin craft.
Aldric graduated from Chung Ling High School with grades in SPM and IGCSE. After obtaining 4A*s in Physics, Economics, Maths and Further Maths, he is currently pursuing his Engineering degree in the University of Cambridge. He has experience in tutoring students from ages 6-7 to those of the same age, helping them to achieve the knowledge they desire. Aldric believes that inspiring students with the love of learning helps them pick lessons up effectively, and that students should have a sense of curiosity not just within the syllabus they’re learning, but for the world around them as well.
Born and raised in England by two wonderful parents, Andrew received quality education in a local grammar school, followed by a degree in Engineering at Oxford University. Since graduating from Oxford, he and his wife have settled in Malaysia to raise their beautiful daughter. Andrew used to work as a teacher, specialising in Math and Further Math, but now works as a pastor in the church. Although he seldom gets much time to himself, he enjoys reading during those moments.
Ceri is a first-year undergraduate studying English Language and Literature at Oxford University. She has three years of teaching experience and has taught English for IGCSE as well as for general language improvement. Ceri also provides guidance on personal statement writing for those applying to UK universities.
A passionate London School of Economics graduate in Mathematics and Economics, Ethan is currently a risk management consultant. He is looking to tutor IGCSE Mathematics, Additional-Mathematics and A-Level Mathematics whilst exploring real world application/occurrences of Mathematics.
Carmen has a first-class degree in English Literature (World pathway) from University of Warwick and a Masters with distinction in World Literatures in English from University of Oxford. Her Primary research was on the global circulation of literature and its economies of consecration (including a paper using the Booker Prize archives). She was invited to present her research alongside established academics in conferences held at Harvard University, Cambridge, St Andrews, Edinburgh, Winchester, Warwick and Oxford.
Chia Yi is currently in her second year of Medicine at Trinity College in the University of Cambridge. She has previously taught underprivileged children in Maths and English and found it to be a very rewarding experience. She has recently helped out with the Cambridge University Malaysian Society's Summer Outreach Programme, speaking to potential applicants about Oxbridge and admissions. She believes that providing reassurance to students pursuing this path is crucial, as they may be feeling anxious about their prospects.
Hui Taou is a first year undergraduate at the University of Cambridge, studying physical natural sciences. She aspires to be an accomplished researcher, or perhaps an entrepreneur. She is happy to help passionate students achieve their dreams.
Lavanya has a strong enthusiasm for English, and that has led her to receive the Top in the World award for both AS-level and A-Level performance in the subject. She is currently developing a resource space for students taking A-Level Literature to help them develop their ability to read critically, write essays and understand their set text. With her interest in Learning Technology, she is trained in ICT integration and teaching live online lessons. She graduated from University of Melbourne with a Bachelors in politics and History. She believes that cultivating an enjoyment for English helps students ace exams, even if they’re learning virtually.
Qin En graduated from Stanford University in record-time: he completed his Bachelor's of Science degree in Management Science & Engineering within 2 years, and achieved Distinction (top 15% of Stanford cohort). Since 2012, Qin En has helped dozens of high school students in Singapore and Malaysia with their US and UK college applications. His students have been admitted to Stanford, Brown, University of Pennsylvania, NYU, UWisconsin Madison, Imperial College London, UCL among others.
Shaun graduated with a first class honours in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford. Prior to this, he completed his A Levels and O Levels at Kolej Tuanku Ja'afar (KTJ). Shaun obtained 3A*s and an A for his A Levels (Including 100% in his AS Level physics and core math modules). He has a strong passion for admissions guidance and student development for all levels of education.
Han holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Prior to this, she completed her A-Levels at Kolej Tuanku Ja'afar (KTJ) with 4A*, and was awarded "Top in World for A-Level Economics" in 2014 and "Top in Malaysia for AS-Level Economics" in 2013 by CIE.
She has also passed all three levels of the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) Program in June 2019, and will be awarded the charter upon completion of the required work experience.