Dr. Research

What is Dr. Research?

Dr. Research encompasses a team of researchers who boast a growing network of academic and professional personnel, working collectively on a range of quantitative and qualitative research projects for the benefit of clients across our range of services.

We know the value of constructive feedback and so our research efforts are uncovering groundbreaking findings to be applied in real-world/work applications.

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“Olga is a highly skilled researcher who is able to analyse complex real world problems. She has a sophisticated understanding of statistical analysis and is able to use this to test complex research models. She has a great understanding of different research methods and her capacity to explain research techniques to those less experienced is second to none. Together her knowledge, experience and superior organisation skills means that she has no problems in designing and executing research projects of the highest standard. I have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Olga.”

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Award-winning University lecturers tutoring from Pre-Prep, to 12th Grade & further!

Students receive tutoring from our University lecturers, giving them a head start in preparation to Uni life and a foot in the door! Increase your child’s confidence, abilities and help them get ahead. 

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Olga Abeysekera

Founding Director at Dr Progress Group

Meet the founder

Olga has an extensive academic and professional background, consistently displaying equal passion for both.

Her academic qualifications were all attained at Monash University, including a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a double major in Psychology and Management, a Bachelor of Honours Degree in Business and Commerce (for which she achieved First Class Honours), and a Doctor of Philosophy in Management.

In accomplishing the latter, Olga’s thesis explored the joint effects of Individual Differences and Social Networking on Creativity in the Australian High-Tech Industry.

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