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 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 Barton to come to your home for one-on-one tutoring, at a time that works for you and your child.
We allocate local Barton 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.
Most learning strategies have been worked on and mastered to an extent that i'm happy to focus mainly on content and working through problems as a whole. Transfer skills and related problems are something that is hard to master as a lot of tests are designed to be challenging and to differentiate the top from the bottom. Working on this through working on strategies will be our main focus going forward.
Happy to attempt questions / problems I ask him to focus on. Although, he needs to be encouraged to attempt questions that are out of his comfort zone which is expected. While Flynn attempts most or all questions / problems, I feel that he could take more care in double checking his work. Quite often, we find errors in his problem solving that he could have easily avoided. Always prepared for lessons, completes homework (just needs more care in checking solutions and answers)
needs to put pen to paper. over confident. Needs to bring clarity while writing down solutions. Should back check solutions. Jumps to conclusions at times; needs to read questions carefully.
We are very happy with Sean, the kids have responded very well to him and even look forward to the sessions!
Abed is passionate about maths, and is very keen to teach his student, and ensure they are succeeding. He is an asset to Ezymaths.
Things are going really well. Kai enjoys Noah's tutoring. On his last math's assessment he received 80% in comparison to the one before which was 55%. I met with his math's school teacher and she has provided upcoming topics for Noah to discuss with Kai as well as 2 practice tests. Her feedback was positive too and constructive. If we stay on this path, I'm confident that it will prepare him well for the upcoming HSC.