All students need to go from struggling to catching up is the right kind of help at the right moment. The same goes for students who are on top of their assignments but never quite excel at science. Students reach the next level when they work with someone who understands their needs, who’s available and honestly cares about their goal. That kind of support goes a long way, especially with chemistry, as it tends to be elusive and hard to...
All students need to go from struggling to catching up is the right kind of help at the right moment. The same goes for students who are on top of their assignments but never quite excel at science.
Students reach the next level when they work with someone who understands their needs, who’s available and honestly cares about their goal. That kind of support goes a long way, especially with chemistry, as it tends to be elusive and hard to master.
In most cases, that kind of help isn't available at school. Teachers already have a full classroom to manage and are generally swamped with tasks. Maybe you've already thought of finding a local Bardia chemistry tutor for your child, but you didn't know where to start and what to look out for.
We can help.
This is what we do. We organise one-on-one tutoring in your home, at a time that's most convenient for you. You choose what the tutor covers and how often they come. Not quite sure what your child needs to learn? No need to worry, we'll figure it out.
We charge a simple hourly fee and last but not least, in case you don't like the first lesson - we consider it a trial and match you with another Bardia chemistry tutor.
We've seen it time and time again, all it takes for a student to start trying again is that one aha moment.
The right tutor can get your child there.
Give it a try!
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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.
Nicholas has improved overall in 'seeking understanding' and 'avoid rule dependence'. Nonetheless, avoiding rule dependence can always be developed and this will help him grasp new concepts and answer challenging questions. Also, Nicholas can improve in 'back checking' and 'good correction' skills.
Callum's attitude has been satisfactory. He has displayed a pattern of cancelling tutorials at late notice. I have thus had to cease tuition with him. Callum's effort in English has been commendable. He is on the right track to be able to better showcase his knowledge and skills in VCE. Callum comes across as a bit disorganised and has trouble juggling multiple priorities.
There is a need for Oscar to practice more questions on a regular basis. This will improve his confidence and understanding of the relevant sections. He needs to learn and recollect the course notes more diligently. We have begun doing this together in the sessions, which has helped with the sections thus far. Further work will be continued on ensuring that he has a good grasp of the syllabus.
Karla's tutoring is going very well. Hilario has a lovely manner and approach and Karla seems to be getting on very well with him. They have talked about getting the basics right and he's teaching her tips to remember key things as Karla becomes very stressed in exams and cannot concentrate. So hopefully this approach will help.
Noah is doing well so far with Michelle as his tutor. He is starting to improve with his understanding of Maths and is happy with the way Michelle is working with him. I think as time goes by and he becomes more confident that he will improve more.
So far so good. Freddy is lovely and Oscar seems to be settling into having a tutor really well.