I'm a UniMelb student studying Science.


Per hour




Started uni
GAMSAT score of 76 (out-performing 99% of fellow test-takers) in the March 2019 exam and obtained PhD in theoretical chemistry in 2020. As well as tutoring chemistry, physics, biology and maths, I also provide tutoring for the GAMSAT and MCAT.

I started my Bachelor of Science at the University of Melbourne in 2012 and undertook an honours year in 2015 specialising in chemistry. Since 2016 I have been active in a research group studying the interesting quantum properties of molecular magnets! In March 2019, I undertook the GAMSAT and attained a score in the top 99% of all test takers nation-wide.

From past tutoring sessions, I have found that discussing lecture materials one-on-one (or few-on-one) in a calm, no-pressure environment has helped my students to explore any troublesome lecture material from a different perspective and solidify their understanding in a more efficient and helpful way than from hours upon hours of unproductive self-study.

I am available for tutoring on the University of Melbourne Parkville campus or anywhere nearby most days of the week. You can contact me via email or phone if you would like to arrange a session. I charge $60/h for an individual session or $75/h for a group session of two or more students.




Kieran is an enthusiastic thinker with a great sense of humor. He has a deep insight into science and a sense of excitement toward problem solving that makes science fun for everyone. He is very flexible in his approach to teaching which makes him the right tutor for students of all learning styles. His vast knowledge means that he is able to engage with questions are all levels of detail. If you want a fun, knowledgeable instructor who can work with diverse learning groups, Kieran is right instructor for you.

Shashank, StudentVIP member
since June, 2017


Over the last five years, Kieran has taught me chemistry, maths, physics and a little biology. It still baffles me that he knows so much about every subject in existence. He's the type of guy who reads advanced textbooks and attends lectures for subjects he's not enrolled in, 'just for the fun of it'. I'm not at all surprised that one doctorate isn't enough for Kieran - after his PhD in quantum chemistry, a med degree will probably be a walk in the park...

Jared, StudentVIP member
since October, 2016