All students need to go from struggling to catching up is the right kind of help at the right moment. The same goes for students who are on top of their assignments but never quite excel at science. Students reach the next level when they work with someone who understands their needs, who’s available and honestly cares about their goal. That kind of support goes a long way, especially with chemistry, as it tends to be elusive and hard to...
All students need to go from struggling to catching up is the right kind of help at the right moment. The same goes for students who are on top of their assignments but never quite excel at science.
Students reach the next level when they work with someone who understands their needs, who’s available and honestly cares about their goal. That kind of support goes a long way, especially with chemistry, as it tends to be elusive and hard to master.
In most cases, that kind of help isn't available at school. Teachers already have a full classroom to manage and are generally swamped with tasks. Maybe you've already thought of finding a local Baxter chemistry tutor for your child, but you didn't know where to start and what to look out for.
We can help.
This is what we do. We organise one-on-one tutoring in your home, at a time that's most convenient for you. You choose what the tutor covers and how often they come. Not quite sure what your child needs to learn? No need to worry, we'll figure it out.
We charge a simple hourly fee and last but not least, in case you don't like the first lesson - we consider it a trial and match you with another Baxter chemistry tutor.
We've seen it time and time again, all it takes for a student to start trying again is that one aha moment.
The right tutor can get your child there.
Give it a try!
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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.
Lucy puts pen to paper when working through the problem. She is showing more working and is not having to be reminded to do so as much. Lucy's speed at figuring out what the question is asking and how to approach solving it is improving. Lucy will ask for clarification of a topic and then explain it back to me to ensure she understands it.
Nadine's attitude in tutorials is always exemplary. Her effort is excellent in tutorials, and her organisation of learning material is excellent as well. Nadine is sometimes unsure of what has been covered in class, even when she has taken notes. This suggests that more time may need to be spent going over notes after class. This does not necessarily require more time spent studying; simply 10 minutes summarising her notes independently after each class would be very beneficial.
While he appears to understand how to do the various topics well enough, Vitor can sometimes struggle to understand the conceptual basis of the questions. For example, he can compute a mean ( E(X) ), but might struggle to realize how to compute E(2X+3), even though there is a rule for how to simplify this.
Alec is really enjoying his sessions with Matt. He finds Matt funny and easy to get along with. Alec tells me he has already started learning things he didn't know. We are very happy so far with Matt.
James has started very promisingly with Daniel which is great and I think even in the short space of time they have been together James is beginning to feel more confident with Daniel and his Maths in general.
Miranda is a wonderful, professional and patient tutor. The first day Marcus met her he opened up to her and feels really comfortable. He is so happy and enjoys tutoring.I think Miranda is a great fit for Marcus .