It takes a lot to do well in biology. Moving up the curriculum can be a challenge and if students don't jump in with both feet it's easy to fall behind. Catching up while others move on to a completely different area can cause a serious drop in motivation. While most students manage to stay afloat and get the grades they want, it doesn't have to be such an uphill battle.
It takes a lot to do well in biology. Moving up the curriculum can be a challenge and if students don't jump in with both feet it's easy to fall behind.
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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.
Asha's learning strategies have made a notable improvement during his time with me. He makes excellent use of the talking aloud strategy, a very useful skill. He should try to back check his work more however, his current level is satisfactory.
Josh doesn't seem to have the 'want' to do better in Math, when working and reinforcing ideas he sometimes can pay attention for the lesson, however once revised in the next lesson it's completely forgotten.
We still need to work on how fast he works as he needs to be able to work at a faster pace or this will be a problem in the future. Also, we need to improve his ability to use his logic for more complex problems.
WE are very happy with Adam. He is an excellent tutor and he is engaging them both very well
Natalya is progressing really well with her math tutoring. Daniel is an excellent tutor and Natalya feels very comfortable around him. Her enthusiasm for maths has soared which for Don and I is a big step forward in such a short time. Her teacher has already commented on her progress and we have no doubt that her grades will continue to improve over time.
Andrew is very happy with Stephen's tutorials. They have already formed a very healthy teacher student relationship, and Andrew is enjoying his Maths. He got everything correct in a test he did at school last week. The only thing that was incorrect was the fact that his decimal point was not in the correct place.