Looking for physics tutoring in Bardon? Most students go into physics with high hopes, eager to prove themselves, going after high grades and accomplishments. Most students also hit a roadblock sooner or later. Those who stick with physics are usually those who had help, but not any kind of help. Students benefit most when they get help at the right time from someone who knows the right approach.
Looking for physics tutoring in Bardon?
Most students go into physics with high hopes, eager to prove themselves, going after high grades and accomplishments. Most students also hit a roadblock sooner or later.
Those who stick with physics are usually those who had help, but not any kind of help. Students benefit most when they get help at the right time from someone who knows the right approach.
That's where we come in!
We've found that students who are struggling need someone who will support their progress and make it easier to get the grades. They also need to be motivated and taught how to overcome issues, how to learn from each failure. Tutors we work with know that.
So, this is how it works.
We find local tutors and organise one-on-one physics tutoring in Bardon, at your home or any other place that works for you.
There are no extra fees, just a simple hourly rate.
You don't like the tutor? No worries, it happens from time to time and we understand that! That's why the first lesson comes as a free trial.
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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.
Through tutoring I have encouraged Caedin to talk aloud while he is working out a problem and explained that this can help him concentrate more on what he is doing, make sure he works out the problem properly (e.g. doesn't skip a step in solving the problem), as well as helping me to know that he is able to work things out on his own.
Hazel has generally been a good student. However, over the past month, she has consistently not been able to complete the homework I set her. Hazel makes a strong effort to learn during tutoring sessions, but has not been doing the same with her homework. Other than issues with time management, Hazel has good work habits.
Andrew has shown competence in all topics but the 'Solving Equations' topic will need to be reviewed. We haven't been able to review any recent tests as Andrew has forgotten to bring them to the past two lessons. Reviewing these past tests and addressing any problem areas will be an important part of his revision schedule.
Just wanted to let you know that Mark seems like a good match for Nik. He really likes him and had a really successful first session. Thanks for your support and assistance in finding him!
Bre says she is happy with Ameya. He explains things well and ensures she understands things before moving on. Only week 3 but all good so far.
Hayden is starting to feel more confident with his maths, so we think 10 weeks more tutoring should cover all bases for now, and a few weeks towards the end of the school before the final exams should do wonders for his results. Thankyou.....