It's not hard to understand why students choose to learn biology. Numerous careers start by learning those fundamental principles in high school, and even if they don't pursue a career in a related field - the knowledge is invaluable for life. Knowing the basics can make a student's life easier, both in a personal and professional setting, yet even educators agree - biology is currently poorly covered in schools. So it comes as no...
It's not hard to understand why students choose to learn biology. Numerous careers start by learning those fundamental principles in high school, and even if they don't pursue a career in a related field - the knowledge is invaluable for life.
Knowing the basics can make a student's life easier, both in a personal and professional setting, yet even educators agree - biology is currently poorly covered in schools. So it comes as no surprise students often end up needing help to get ahead.
If you're looking for biology tutoring in Belgrave South, we can help you out! It doesn't matter if it's test preparation or furthering their knowledge, tutors can show how to tackle all the information but also really get into the nitty-gritty.
The tutors we work with are available within a day or two. They are there to help out with homework, revising, getting ahead or solving advanced problems - whatever your child needs. All we need to get things started is to have a chat with you.
We figure out what kind of support your child needs and organise one-on-one biology tutoring in Belgrave South. The tutoring happens at your home or any other place that works for you, and what's more, 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.
A key learning strategy that we have only recently focused on addressing more thoroughly was lateral thinking. After finishing work that is perhaps more relevant to her syllabus, Jasmine was presented with a variety of puzzles requiring either lateral or logical thinking, or a combination of both. Jasmine developed skills in â€œthinking outside the boxâ€ as well as solving puzzles that require a more hands-on approach (e.g. using pencils to form certain shapes).
Victoria's attitude and effort is as impressive as ever, but I will point out that it is important that she attempts all of the homework set for her as well as ensuring that she brings it into class so that I can check it.
Joanna has been progressing nicely with financial mathematics. With compund interest, I advise her to be careful (i.e. double check) when she has to adjust the rates and time periods etc as they can be tricky if not careful. Also, I'd advise quickly revising smaller areas like the PAYG system and holiday loading.
Thank you for your email. Ben and David are working well together and it appears that the working relationship is positive. Interestingly, Ben has instantly been able to move to working with David as both David and Ben have in common the same secondary school that Ben is currently going to. So while David attended the school some years prior to Ben, and much has change, they were still able to compare experiences about the school which helped start them working constructively. We are very satisfied with continuing with David.
Yes so far we are happy with Emma. The reason we want the tutoring is that I would like Stephanie to be extended in a similar way to that which coaching colleges follow ie they seem to follow the curriculum of selective schools. I would like Stephanie to have the same opportunity to be extended. Since the coaching colleges are inconvenient for us, we much prefer to have a tutor like Emma.
Tanay enjoys learning with Curtis which is a great thing so I am sure he will listen to what Curtis has to tell him.