Reactions written out in simple mathematical terms but still impossible to read and understand - chemistry can be a tough subject to learn. No wonder students get discouraged and give up before even trying. Even if they've started out well, tackled science in lower grades with a good attitude, even if they've made a switch to Year 11 Chemistry easily, more often than not students hit a wall when it comes to Year 12 chemistry. This is when they...
Reactions written out in simple mathematical terms but still impossible to read and understand - chemistry can be a tough subject to learn. No wonder students get discouraged and give up before even trying.
Even if they've started out well, tackled science in lower grades with a good attitude, even if they've made a switch to Year 11 Chemistry easily, more often than not students hit a wall when it comes to Year 12 chemistry. This is when they need all the support they can get.
If you've already thought about tutoring and are looking for someone local, a chemistry tutor in Birchgrove, we can help.
We are working with local tutors who can assist your child through high school chemistry. Whatever it is, be it going from inorganic to organic chemistry or simply being asked to understand experiments when they still don't have a grasp of the necessary basics. Tutoring may well be the best way to bridge the gap, especially when it's done right.
This is what we offer.
Conveniently, in your home or anywhere else, you choose the time and place. There are no hidden fees, just a simple hourly rate, and if the first lesson isn't what you've hoped for we won't charge you. Instead, we look for another chemistry tutor in Birchgrove who is a better match and more than happy to help.
Want to start as soon as possible?
Give us a call.
1300 312 354
Refine your search:Maths
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.
I encourage Shayla to read out questions and ask questions. Using drawing and shapes. Also bringing objects that she can visualise concepts with. Giving her confidence when she gets down. Transfer skills with simpler problems.
Alicia has gained in confidence in her maths work. Her writing has visibly improved from last year. She seems to figure out most basic and intermediate problems on her own but struggles with advanced problems. She seems to be doing all of her school homework which is great to see.
Catherine sometimes struggles with questions which require a combination of knowledge from different mathematical areas, however we are continuing to work on this by looking at how to manage and break down these kinds of problems.
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.