At the Elenchus Institute, we provide a number of services designed to support students  through their secondary and post-secondary studies. These include:

We offer tutoring in a wide variety of subjects at the senior high school, undergraduate, and graduate levels. While not an exhaustive list, these include:

High School (unless otherwise stated, the full range of courses including IB and AP are covered)

  • Mathematics
  • Calculus
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Economics
  • Statistics
  • History
  • Accounting


  • Most subject areas in the sciences, particularly mathematics, physics, chemistry and statistics are covered.
  • Economics, accounting, business studies.
  • Preparing papers and presenting theses at the university level.
  • If you are wondering if we can assist you, please contact us with your inquiry and we will let you know if we can help you with your course(s).

Entrance Exams:

We assist students individually to prepare for entrance exams at the undergraduate and graduate levels. These include:

  • ACT
  • SAT
  • GRE
  • GMAT
  • MCAT
  • LSAT

Tutoring is done face-to-face or online, individually or in groups.

Tutoring can also incorporate study and life skills training.


Learning skills to support one’s unique learning style is essential for academic and work success. We offer our students skills training which can be incorporated into tutoring sessions, and/or in the form of small group seminars. Psychoeducation about specific learning disabilities can also be acquired in tutoring sessions or in small group seminars.


We recommend a clinical psychologist who can administer and interpret psychoeducational assessments. These assessments are often required in order for a student to receive support and/or funding. She is also available for those students who may wish to be referred for clinical counselling. For more information  please visit her website at:


Our staff members are familiar with the various sources of funding available to students at the college/university level who have learning disabilities. We can guide students to these sources of funding and provide tips on how to apply for them.