Chemistry is just one of those subjects, it either clicks or it doesn't. Many students find maths and physics easy, but when it comes to chemistry they just feel lost. And it's understandable. It can be challenging to connect the concepts to real-life, see how it all relates to their day-to-day. When they're struggling, students tend to give up easily and at some point, they stop trying altogether. If...
Chemistry is just one of those subjects, it either clicks or it doesn't. Many students find maths and physics easy, but when it comes to chemistry they just feel lost.
And it's understandable. It can be challenging to connect the concepts to real-life, see how it all relates to their day-to-day. When they're struggling, students tend to give up easily and at some point, they stop trying altogether.
If your child doesn't catch on right away, or maybe they consider chemistry a complete waste of time, it can be hard to convince them otherwise. What we've found is that students react better when it comes from someone who they can relate to.
They react to mentors, someone closer to their age, who shares the same experience. That's why tutors are in a unique position to help a student grow.
That's why great tutoring can make such a big difference.
Want to find out how? We can allocate a local Bardwell Park chemistry tutor within a day or two. They reach out to you and set up a first lesson whenever you and your child can make it.
If you like the tutor's approach you keep working with them. If you are not 100% satisfied - we consider it a trial lesson and find a better match. It's that simple!
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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.
Luke is good at checking his own work and recognising where he makes mistakes. Again, I would encourage Luke not to erase mistakes, just draw a line through it and mark a correction adjacent to it (or restart the section of the question below). An accompanying note on the theory/understanding could be useful too.
Still maintaining a good, positive attitude to his studies, and drives himself to excel. Puts in as much effort as can be reasonably expected, but he does take a few shortcuts by skipping pen to paper by doing the maths in his head. Still working on making pen to paper a habit with him. Good work ethic, keeps up with his school work for the most part. Needs only a slight push from time to time.
Year 10 Math general concepts need to be practised as they are frequently used in Year 11 math. Recalling older concepts, usually makes mistakes while trying to solve quickly instead of back checking. Sometimes loses concentration while understanding concepts (usually the last 15 minutes of the session)
Yes, all going well with Vicky thank you for the follow up. Pareise is great and Vicky loves the way she explains things to her.
So far, the tutor has been great, Aryan is very happy with Sean. He has helped Aryan make big progress with his school work. Thank you for providing a great service and tutor.
Yes we are very happy, Kane is away this week but we will be continuing through the school holidays.