Year 11 and 12 Chemistry can be intimidating. Students need to learn heaps of content, be able to recognize reactions and analyse chemical systems. The number of concepts students need to master is overwhelming, and the workload only adds up as they move up the curriculum. If your child doesn't hit the ground running, if they don't develop adequate study habits it's easy to get swept away by the sheer number of demands.
Year 11 and 12 Chemistry can be intimidating. Students need to learn heaps of content, be able to recognize reactions and analyse chemical systems. The number of concepts students need to master is overwhelming, and the workload only adds up as they move up the curriculum.
If your child doesn't hit the ground running, if they don't develop adequate study habits it's easy to get swept away by the sheer number of demands.
Tutors we work with know that. They've been there. Being approached by a mentor rather than a teacher makes it easier for students to develop an appreciation for chemistry. That's what it comes down to - someone making sure your child doesn't give up.
For some students it's just passing a test, for others it's getting through VCE with flying colours, maybe even preparing for a career in STEM. Whatever the goal, we are there to support your child through it all.
So what's the next step?
Give us a call and we will organise a chemistry tutor in Ballarat East to come to your home for one-on-one tutoring, at a time that works for you and your child.
We allocate local Ballarat East chemistry tutors so scheduling is never an issue. Changed your mind or need to postpone the lesson? No worries, there are no cancellation costs.
On top of that, the first lesson is a trial so if you don't like the tutor we'll find someone else who is better suited.
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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.
Finn has been extremely diligent about checking his work which has been of enormous benefit for identifying problematic areas. He should make sure to try and reattempt incorrect questions and not let them wait till our next session. Could be a bit better summarizing and note taking. for example making formula sheets/chapter summaries.
Lara has a great attitude toward learning. I believe that with more effort put into her study of mathematics, that she will succeed and obtain the results she wishes to achieve. I understand that year 12 is a very challenging as there are many work and study commitments that need to take place. However, I believe that with good time management and the reassessment of priorities, Lara's math grades will improve. It's important to put in a continual effort and to do more than just the assigned work.
There are some gaps in understanding addition and subtraction of negative numbers. These are currently being revised and should be improved over the next few weeks. Yasmin has been doing well, with only small problem areas in problem solving and using lateral thinking to solve a problem. This can be improved with further practise.
Matt was great with Gemma on Monday evening. We have booked Matt again for next Monday. Thankyou for all of your help.
I would like to thank you for a great opportunity working with Ezymath. It is a well organized company that provides many great resources such as the CEP modules and textbooks online. The administration is very helpful and cheerful. I have learnt plenty being a tutor both personally and professionally. I have also had the joy of meeting new and exciting students that I was lucky to teach.
I have found the Ezymath process to be highly professional and effectively adaptive in addressing the many challenges that can be associated with home tutoring programs. More specifically, (a) The fact that tutors come to the student's home environment (b) flexibility in arranging time-frames (c) open lines of communication for input and feedback in relation to student's progress and adaptability to the home tutoring process. I've also found the transparency associated with invoicing and the progress reports to be impressive. I'm unable however to comment on the reality Elijah's progress with his math challenges. Instead, I rely on Ezymath reports, as well as input from Elijah's parents and school teachers. Whilst still early days yet, evidently, there does appear to be some evidence suggesting that Elijah is gaining confidence and competence in maths. I believe Elijah's parents are planning to continue having tutoring session during the Summer break.