Reactions written out in simple mathematical terms but still impossible to read and understand - chemistry can be a tough subject to learn. No wonder students get discouraged and give up before even trying. Even if they've started out well, tackled science in lower grades with a good attitude, even if they've made a switch to Year 11 Chemistry easily, more often than not students hit a wall when it comes to Year 12 chemistry. This is when they...
Reactions written out in simple mathematical terms but still impossible to read and understand - chemistry can be a tough subject to learn. No wonder students get discouraged and give up before even trying.
Even if they've started out well, tackled science in lower grades with a good attitude, even if they've made a switch to Year 11 Chemistry easily, more often than not students hit a wall when it comes to Year 12 chemistry. This is when they need all the support they can get.
If you've already thought about tutoring and are looking for someone local, a chemistry tutor in Albion Park, we can help.
We are working with local tutors who can assist your child through high school chemistry. Whatever it is, be it going from inorganic to organic chemistry or simply being asked to understand experiments when they still don't have a grasp of the necessary basics. Tutoring may well be the best way to bridge the gap, especially when it's done right.
This is what we offer.
Conveniently, in your home or anywhere else, you choose the time and place. There are no hidden fees, just a simple hourly rate, and if the first lesson isn't what you've hoped for we won't charge you. Instead, we look for another chemistry tutor in Albion Park who is a better match and more than happy to help.
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The proof is always in the action, to get an idea of how tutoring works in practice check out some feedback from tutors. Typically tutors focus on strategies needed to make progress, what's going well and what needs improvement. Of course, every tutor has their own unique style that is tailored to your child's specific needs.
I like to encourage Georgia to talk aloud, and back check, and put pen to paper. She is great at working out problems in her mind, and talking them through before writing down the answer. She understands that it is okay to be wrong and is a motivated student who is keen to learn.
Ben has a good attitude and appears to be getting over his initial shyness. Ben appears to be making a considerable effort, however it is hard to tell, as he has lost some of the few homework tasks I have set for him. Bens notation is improving, although I worry that it is still not at the level it should be. Proper notation is needed to achieve the most possible marks in a question.
Faye's understanding of bearings and compass directions is incomplete. It is a difficult topic and hopefully we can work on filling the gaps, but also need to focus on the new material Faye's understanding of the last topic was not at her usual standards and it would be good to revisit this. Also, there are some basic skills that require repetition to master, so Faye needs to commit to doing this work on her own.
Michelle has been great with Shanique and is very easy to communicate with. Shanique has mentioned she's understanding the benefits of a tutor as she was a little apprehensive at first.They are settling in well.
Here is our feedback on Linh. - Hyper-reliable. Always on time, always communicated plans. - Motivated Joshua - Joshua came home from the Tut sessions feeling great. - Clearly, put in prep work, and had revision sheets and questions ready for Joshua. - Answered Joshua's problematic questions. - Great engagement with parents.
We have been very happy with Pat. Harriet has definitely progressed well in her maths under Pats tutoring.