JGI have always loved playing tennis and reached a pretty high level in my home country, Ireland, at a young age. When I was 16 my parents and I started thinking about my future and how I could combine my passion for tennis and continue my studies at a top-notch university. Read More

JG, Merrimack College, Class of 2022

SGMy greatest passion in life is music, especially playing the piano and violin, both of which I am pretty good at. However, in my home country classical music is not promoted very much and because of that I always felt held back and generally sad that I couldn’t share my passion for music with others around me. Read More

SG, Charterhouse School, Class of 2020

AGI thought that I was heading for an undergraduate degree in the UK as I was doing GCE A-levels. Though when I joined AGF Tutoring, the consultants and tutors opened my eyes to other alternative universities in continental Europe that I could get into and were more highly ranked that their British counterparts. Read More

AG, Economics, University of Groningen, Class of 2021

We decided that when my son reached 10th Grade, he would study abroad but wasn’t exactly sure where, Europe or the US. My son knew that he wanted to study something related to economics with a lot of mathematics though as a family we knew practically nothing about the preparation and application process. Read More

Parent of ND, Econometrics, University of Amsterdam, Class of 2021

TMMy journey to studying abroad started way back in my second year of high school. At the time I was practically lost as I did not know where or how to apply and, on top of that, I had no knowledge of what tests I needed to take, let alone what and how to study for them. Read More

TM, Haverford College, Class of 2022

PKMy dream, ever since I was a young girl, was to go to one of the finest universities in the US for an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering. My parents also wanted this for me and fully supported my quest. Read More

PK, University of California at Berkeley, Civil Engineering, Class of 2022

AKI live in a remote area – in fact in a small provincial town – where there are no facilities for preparation for undergraduate degrees in the US. Fortunately, I came across AGF Tutoring and managed to do all my prep there. Read More

AK, University of San Francisco, Class of 2022

I just wanted to let you know that Steve is doing fantastic in Los Angeles. He is attending California State University Dominguez Hills in Carson, studying mathematics and playing second-division soccer. He’s loving it all! Read More

Parent MT, California State University Dominguez Hills, Mathematics


Student testimonial

1:46 Published: Mar 7, 2017

Looking back to my one year at AGF Tutoring, I can definitely say that it has completely changed my life. When I first visited AGF Tutoring, studying at some of the best universities in the world was nothing more than a dream. The tutors at AGF helped me realize my potential and really take advantage of my talents. Read More

AK, Durham University, Theoretical Physics, Class of 2020

We always knew that we wanted both our sons to study in the US but really did not have a clue as to how they should prepare to have good chances of getting places at highly ranked universities. Making everything all the more difficult, we live on a rather small isolated island and do not have direct access to a service that would facilitate such preparation. Read More

Parents Mr. and Mrs. K University of California at San Diego, Mechanical Engineering
Boston University, Journalism


Student testimonial

1:46 Published: Mar 7, 2017

I always believed that finding a tutor was unnecessary for me as my grades in school were always quite high. I thought that I could manage everything on my own. However, I soon realized I was wrong as I had much to improve and I was clueless of the application process. Read More

NL, Columbia University, Architecture, Class of 2020

DKFor two years, I was privileged enough to be part of the AGF Tutoring community and to be instructed by Alastair. In fact, the word “instructed” does not even begin to describe my relation with Alastair. To me, he was not just a teacher in the conventional sense; rather, he was my mentor and even today, we still see each other, discuss various matters and make plans for the future like good old friends! Read More

DK, Massachusetts Institute of Technology MIT, Applied Mathematics, Class of 2019

VCWhen I first decided to study in the US I was very confused. I did not know what to study, where to apply, and how to proceed with my applications. It was really hard for me to plan and prepare for my studies, and I eventually went astray. Read More

VC, University of California at Santa Barbara, BSc. in Economics, Class of 2014

Applying to college or graduate school can be a daunting task. The applicant is faced with a host of requirements that need to be fulfilled, a number of tests that have to be taken, a list of strict deadlines that must be met. Read More

BLP, Brown University, B.Sc. in Biochemistry, Class of 2011
Georgetown University School of Medicine, M.D. candidate, Class of 2017