Passing high school biology might be easy, but some students want more than just a passing grade. They want to excel! We work with great biology tutors in Ashby and over the years we've realized most students have a good idea of what they need to do in order to prepare for a test, they just tend to take shortcuts where they really shouldn't. All it takes is a bit of a push to truly get everything out of exam...
Passing high school biology might be easy, but some students want more than just a passing grade. They want to excel!
We work with great biology tutors in Ashby and over the years we've realized most students have a good idea of what they need to do in order to prepare for a test, they just tend to take shortcuts where they really shouldn't.
All it takes is a bit of a push to truly get everything out of exam prep. Students usually need quick tips here and there and someone to keep them focused until they develop good learning habits. By providing the right input at the right time tutors can help students keep up with the demands and get the grades they want.
If you are looking for a local biology tutor, the tutors we work with are available within a day or two. All we need to get things started is to have a chat with you so we can figure out what kind of support your child needs.
On top of that, we keep things simple and convenient. That means
there are no extra fees or hidden charges, just a simple hourly rate.
Last but not least, to make sure you really like the tutor - the first lesson comes as a free trial and with a money-back guarantee.
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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.
Lara is getting more into the habit of checking her answers and asking herself if her first immediate guess is correct. We want to encourage her to take her time with questions and think about all of the formulas and techniques she has been taught, so that she can put them all together to solve more complex problems.
He has a very good attitude, willing to learn but sometimes needs a bit of a push to ask questions. He finishes all the homework I set each week. He hasn't got any work habits that I can identify so far except that he uses working out on the side of his page which is commendable.
As discussed on 31/5 she is understanding what I am doing with her especially when we have looked at the topic before. She is able to remember what we have been doing. Unfortunately this is not showing through at school possibly due to outside situations. I feel the best step forward is to work on ways to come into the classroom in the best frame of mind to be able to do as well as she and I know she can.
Joanna is going really well with her tutoring with Paul and she says he is really good!
The one on one tutoring is definitely assisting Caitlin for Maths. She is seeing a slight improvement and beginning to understand topics in more depth. She is building rapport with Bernadeine; so all is going well at this stage.
Cara is very happy with Ishwarya as her tutor. They have an easy, productive working relationship already after only three weeks, Cara was comfortable with Ishwarya after the first week.