To truly excel at science, students need to learn how to play the long game. It's all about putting previous knowledge into new contexts, never quite leaving any piece of information or concept behind, but building on it. There's a method to learning science and most students struggle to figure it out for themselves. It's hard staying motivated if you can't see the bigger picture and in most cases, students don't get that kind of...
To truly excel at science, students need to learn how to play the long game. It's all about putting previous knowledge into new contexts, never quite leaving any piece of information or concept behind, but building on it.
There's a method to learning science and most students struggle to figure it out for themselves. It's hard staying motivated if you can't see the bigger picture and in most cases, students don't get that kind of support at school.
That's why tutors are such an important part of mastering physics. All it takes is the right kind of help at the right moment. Guided learning can get the student from keeping up to getting top grades and building self-confidence.
If you are looking for a physics tutor in Ballarat North, someone who understands your child's goals, is dedicated and reliable, we can help you out!
It usually doesn't take more than a day or two before we can match you with a physics tutor in Ballarat North who not only knows their content but is there to adapt to your child's needs.
We offer simple hourly rates, no other charges or fees. Not sure what kind of support your child requires? We figure that out for you!
And if for whatever reason you are not completely happy with the first match, no need to worry. The first lesson works as a free trial to ensure you are really happy with the tutor.
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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.
Amelia talks aloud when in need of help, self questions herself and seek understanding. She needs to improve on her pen to Paramore skills, understand that it's ok to be wrong, be confident with her work and avoid lazy thinking.
Priya has a positive attitude when I teach her. Priya should try and exert some more effort in the classes that I have with her. For the difficult questions that I often allocate to her, she should spend time to think about the problem and then attempt it. This would greatly benefit her. Priya should try and bring the correct maths workbook to class. It is not good for her notes to be dispersed across several books.
Daniil has no longer has any major gaps. We have already worked through Financial Mathematics and Trigonometry. There are however, areas of improvement in each topic for Daniil. Daniil often misunderstands questions. We will work on improving this by doing a wider variety of question types. He can also improve on this by more actively thinking about what the question asks for.
I would like to inform you that Paul did his last session with Vik on Sunday 11.Nov 2012. I have to mention that he did a fantastic job of teaching Vik the two subjects maths & physics, and also helping him understand how VCE works. Thank You for keeping me well informed about my son's progress. I would have no hesitation to recommend you & Paul to any of my friends or anyone who needs help from a tutor. Wishing you all the best in the future.
We are very pleased with the program to date. Stephen is a very nice young man and a good tutor. David our son enjoys his teaching style and tutoring.
I was very happy with James' tutoring. Warren was a great tutor for James and as I mentioned on the phone,I wish we had found him sooner. In the short time that James did have his tutoring, I did notice he has become more confident and independent with his maths. Although he is still not a straight A student, he did show some improvement.