Linh graduated from Natural Sciences at St John's
College, Cambridge in 2015. A keen Physicist, Linh scored in the
top 16 students nationwide in the British Physics Olympiad 2012. As
a tutor, Linh specialises in helping students with science
admissions tests, especially the NSAA.
After winning innovation awards from Facebook, Uber and Google, Linh is now CEO of the venture-funded LOGIVAN Technologies Pte. - a Singapore based company tackling freight transportation problems in Vietnam. Away from work, Linh relaxes by practicing yoga, swimming and badminton.
Weichao Rachel is a research fellow at
University of Leeds, Faculty of Medicine and Health. She obtained
her Ph.D. in Biophysics at Cambridge University after completing a
B.Sc. in Physics at Stanford University where she was awarded the
President's Award for Academic Excellence.
Rachel is passionate about tutoring students and has taught Physics and Engineering summer classes at Cambridge University. She has worked with UniAdmissions since 2017 - helping budding natural sciences applicants with their Oxbridge applications. She supervises physics undergraduates at Cambridge and in her free time enjoys travelling and reading detective fictions. Wiraaj graduated in 2012 with an honours degree in Natural Sciences from Pembroke College, Cambridge where he was selected to receive annual scholarship funding from the Cambridge Trusts. In his final year at Cambridge he specialised in the rigorous Mechanisms of Disease option during which he wrote an independent research dissertation on autoimmune thyroid disease.
Wiraaj has been heavily involved in tutoring students at various stages of their education. Over the years Wiraaj has successfully coached a great number of students into Oxbridge. Outside of medicine and education, Wiraaj enjoys playing jazz guitar and football. Rohan graduated from Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge and is now a doctor in Leicester. He has authored 15 books on admissions tests and interviews. Over the last 5 years, he has tutored hundreds of successful Oxbridge and Medical applicants. In addition, he has taught at Cambridge and interviewed for Cambridge medical School admissions. In his spare time, he enjoys playing the piano and table tennis.