Learning biology is cumulative. Like learning mathematics or other science subjects - it's important to understand the basics before you can tackle complex concepts. While most students have the right idea on how to approach studying biology, they also need a little push to achieve their goals. We've found that all it takes is the right kind of guidance at the right time. The local Beaumont biology tutors we...
Learning biology is cumulative. Like learning mathematics or other science subjects - it's important to understand the basics before you can tackle complex concepts.
While most students have the right idea on how to approach studying biology, they also need a little push to achieve their goals. We've found that all it takes is the right kind of guidance at the right time.
The local Beaumont biology tutors we work with are there to assist so that passing and excelling at biology doesn't seem like such a hurdle. What we look for is someone who can adjust to your child's needs, who can observe their study habits and guide them through the learning process. So what does that mean exactly?
For instance, most students know they should go over past exams and take notes. What students also sometimes do is fixate on individual questions too much and even try to memorise them. While they know what they should be doing, they might not know how to do it. This is why tutoring is invaluable.
All we need to get things started is to have a chat with you to figure out what your child needs. We organise one-on-one biology tutoring in Beaumont, at your home. There are no extra fees, just a simple hourly rate.
And what if you don't like the tutor? No worries, it happens from time to time and we understand that! That's why the first lesson comes as a free trial.
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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.
Erik has done great work this term. He has continued to use the learning strategies he is familiar with and is learning about new format skills for both learning new topics and revising past topics. Recently, Erik's teacher told him he needs to improve his note taking skills in being more neat and we have been making an effort of being conscious of this throughout lessons.
Sophie continues to apply high levels of effort and application within each lesson and asks questions and for explanations in regards to topics she needs further understanding in. Completing the homework assigned will continue to help Sophie improve her math skills.
Shivani does not have any major problem areas that are not common for students entering into year 12. Minor things like confidence in her answers, and her ability to combine her knowledge from different sources and lessons appear to be her only week spot, but again this is common for students entering the stressful time of year 12. As Shivani adjusts to the workload and challenges of year 12, her confidence and abilities will improve.
Everything is going well with Warit. Evan is happy with him so far. I trust that will continue. He's comfortable to ask if he doesn't understand something. Warit has given Evan some good maths tips with his times tables that Evan has understood.
Emily is doing very well and Melanie is great. Emily is really comfortable with her and although it is early days she is improving. I am really happy with Melanie and the progress so far.
In a nut shell, we are very happy with Tamara and Laura's progress so far. Her teaching techniques are excellent, exactly what Laura needed & to top it off she is very well mannered and very patient. You can also see that she genuinely enjoys teaching/educating her students. It's a shame there are not more teachers like her!