With each chemistry lesson, there's more and more information. After a while, it gets harder and harder to pinpoint how it's all connected. No wonder most students get overwhelmed and start memorising instead of understanding the concepts. Or worse, they just give up. We've heard it time and time again, you’ve probably heard it too. Some students connect everything as they go, but some are just...
With each chemistry lesson, there's more and more information. After a while, it gets harder and harder to pinpoint how it's all connected.
No wonder most students get overwhelmed and start memorising instead of understanding the concepts. Or worse, they just give up.
We've heard it time and time again, you’ve probably heard it too. Some students connect everything as they go, but some are just stuck. This kind of attitude can lead to poor grades, but it can also lead to a crack in your child's self-esteem.
So what can you do?
The truth is - everyone struggles. Some might get there easier or quicker, but everyone struggles at some point. We know that and the Birtinya chemistry tutors we work with know that, too.
All it takes is a bit of guidance by someone who's been there before. Someone who can foster the right attitude and study habits, but most importantly, someone who clicks with your child - a tutor who truly cares about your child's needs and goals.
That's what we do.
We find tutors and organise one-on-one chemistry tutoring in Birtinya, at your home or any other place that works for you.
There are no extra fees, just a simple hourly rate. You don't like the tutor? No need to worry, the first lesson comes as a free trial and we find you a better match. Simple as that.
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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.
Needs to make sure he is confident with his answers, don't doubt yourself, you are correct! Learning well otherwise, good question that hes asking, and takes notes and practising all the maths required. Just make sure to work through problems from previous tests, and continue those examples.
Victoria has shown to be very attentive and engaged during tutorials, but it would be in her best interest to ask more questions and bring up any pending discussions she'd like to go through. Victoria has occasionally forgotten to bring in homework that I set, though it seems like she has attempted the homework I do want to emphasize that she remembers to bring the homework to tution just so I can check for any underlying issues in her work.
Sometime get confused..he can perform well with more practice and focus. Currently i am trying to make his basic concepts as strong as i could which would enable him to do difficult questions. He is presently struggling with subtraction topic but has shown good improvement in 3rd session.
Matt was great with Gemma on Monday evening. We have booked Matt again for next Monday. Thankyou for all of your help.
I would like to thank you for a great opportunity working with Ezymath. It is a well organized company that provides many great resources such as the CEP modules and textbooks online. The administration is very helpful and cheerful. I have learnt plenty being a tutor both personally and professionally. I have also had the joy of meeting new and exciting students that I was lucky to teach.
I have found the Ezymath process to be highly professional and effectively adaptive in addressing the many challenges that can be associated with home tutoring programs. More specifically, (a) The fact that tutors come to the student's home environment (b) flexibility in arranging time-frames (c) open lines of communication for input and feedback in relation to student's progress and adaptability to the home tutoring process. I've also found the transparency associated with invoicing and the progress reports to be impressive. I'm unable however to comment on the reality Elijah's progress with his math challenges. Instead, I rely on Ezymath reports, as well as input from Elijah's parents and school teachers. Whilst still early days yet, evidently, there does appear to be some evidence suggesting that Elijah is gaining confidence and competence in maths. I believe Elijah's parents are planning to continue having tutoring session during the Summer break.