Head Tutors


Jonathan graduated from the University of Melbourne and is currently a doctor at NSW health. He was accepted into the most competitive hospital internship positions in both NSW and VIC due to his academic, interview and portfolio perfomance.  He obtained an ATAR of 99.9 and was the dux of both his high school and college. In the last 6 years, he has coached over 350 students for medical interviews at every single medical school across Australia with extremely high success rates. Jonathan also offers interview services to medical professionals from interns to consultants, for application into medical training programs, fellowships and competitive jobs at the consultant level.

Jonathan has a strong research background in oncology from his research at Harvard University, Children’s Cancer Institute of Australia, Stem Cells Australia and Harvard Medical School.


Nagtha is a junior medical officer with extensive coaching experience. Due to her interview skills, she was the only international student to be accepted for an intern position at St Vincents Hospital, Melbourne beating out hundreds of applicants both domestic and international. Her interpersonal, communication and analytical skills resulted in receving the highest marks in psychiatry in her year out of over 300 medical students. She regularly undertakes research and speaking commitments at leading research institutes worldwide and also mentors medical students.

In her spare time, she enjoys reading the Economist, going for bike rides along Melbourne’s beautiful beaches and pursuing her passion in psychiatry.


Anne graduated from the University of Melbourne who landed a medical internship at the Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH), one of the most selective hospitals in Australia due to her interview performance. She received medical school offers from Monash University, University of Queensland, UNSW and University of Adelaide upon graduating from high school with an ATAR of 99.9. She finds it rewarding to help students achieve their goals and success in their journeys.

Anne has a strong interest in translational research, with experience working in basic sciences and clinical trials. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Clinical Epidemiology, and has undertaken clinical electives in the UK, Canada and US  including Neurosurgery at the Yale School of Medicine. In her free time, she enjoys travelling, writing and learning languages.