The concept of single gender classes has been mainly designed and developed based on the fact that there are differences between male and female at various functional and structural levels. Finlay has opined that gender based differences occur in the brain, particularly with regard to its physiology and anatomy (4). These differences in the brain could influence their pattern of learning and levels of understanding and so the instructors could find it difficult to rightly reach out to both categories alike if common tools are adopted. In addition to the differences in the brain, dissimilarities in the "learning styles" between male and female have also been noticed (DePape 5). Sax asserts that these dissimilarities could be a cause for gender biases in the way brain responds to each activity, task or situation (5). That is, there would be differences in the levels of understanding between males and females, especially with regard to mathematical skills, cognitive skills and reading skills. So the concept of gender based classrooms could be an important option for educators or teachers to be more effective in responding to the needs and expectations of the students. The strategy would be to adopt the most suitable and effective gender specific teaching tools for making the subject matter simpler and easier and thereby guide them in to improving their performances.