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 HSC 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 Barrack Heights to come to your home for one-on-one tutoring, at a time that works for you and your child.
We allocate local Barrack Heights 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.
Have a question? We are happy to help.
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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.
- Shannon has started to familiarise herself with talking and thinking aloud. - She has started to ask self-question and practises this before approaching me. - She is comfortable with discussing ideas on how to improve and amplify her ideas. - She is up to date with her note-keeping. - She is open to differing ideas and opinions and is very creative, which means that she almost never depends on rules and has a very active outlook towards her work-approach.
He is always positive and shows 100% commitment during sessions as well as in the additional problems given to him after the sessions He is diligent and ensures that he puts effort into the subject constantly He has developed good work habits and continues to improve
Bonnie is very energetic but tends to find it difficult to sit for long periods of time and concentrate on the task at hand. When she is reminded to do this her ability to solve problems improves almost instantly. If she is able to focus on this, her grades will improve. She also tends to rush to the answers. She must learn to approach problems slowly.
Anastasia & Surya seem to be getting on & making progress. Surya seems quite patient, non judgmental & able to explain concepts to Anastasia in a clear & accessible way.
Olivia is doing GREAT! She gets on well with Alex and he is very good at making it fun and keeping it interesting. (she is easily distracted so this isn't easy!)
Matthew is â€œvery happy with Kirstenâ€. That is the best feedback a child can give. Kirsten has a big challenge to get Matthew up to speed. Kirsten is setting him homework and has increased the time that she is spending with Matthew as he needs to put in extra study with exams pending. We can't ask for more than that from a tutor than to be flexible and mindful of Matthews schedule and timelines. Overall Matthews school results are improving across all learning areas.