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Maybe looking for a maths tutor? Maths unfortunately has a reputation for difficulty and for not being useful in "real life". This is so much so the case that there is now a national program in Australia called "Choose Maths" to help encourage our young people to treat their maths studies seriously. However, in an increasingly technological world logical thinking is becoming increasingly valued. While your teenager may be complaining that they will "never use algebra in real life", the truth...
Maybe looking for a maths tutor? Maths unfortunately has a reputation for difficulty and for not being useful in "real life". This is so much so the case that there is now a national program in Australia called "Choose Maths" to help encourage our young people to treat their maths studies seriously. However, in an increasingly technological world logical thinking is becoming increasingly valued. While your teenager may be complaining that they will "never use algebra in real life", the truth is that the logical thinking and problem solving skills developed through mathematics are extremely useful. Software development, engineering, artificial intelligence, genetics, data analytics, finance, insurance ... the list can go on and on. The future requires logical thinking and the only way to develop those skills is mathematics.
A conveniently located Blackheath maths tutor will help boost grades but also to develop a stronger interest in maths. The tutor comes to your home at a time that works for you. There are no minimum terms or cancellation costs. Just pay for what you use each month. And guess what? Your first lesson works as a trial. If you don't like it, don't pay for it.
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Matthew is coping well with the Year 12 content so far, however i would advise him to start making notes about the concepts he has worked on before the break. There was a lot of memory required for the networks topic and this wont be tested again for a while. Making notes will help Matthew when it comes times to studying for his exams next year. His notes should be specific to him, and utilize any methods that helped Matthew learn the topic in the first place.
Her attitude and effort within our tutor sessions are fantastic she is diligent and a hard worker and completes everything asked of her too a very high standard. Her work habits are also impeccable as I can see she puts a lot of work in the back ground working through numerous exercises in her textbook and attempting hard questions.
Areas of issue still are his timestables, and working with algebraic equations but only in a novel scenario. Once he has seen an application of each, ie: a few algebraic equations written out properly and alternate strategies for timestables, his ability to work through and complete these are quick good, however it's this inability to dynamically recall the appropriate strategies for each scenario that is a problem area.
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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.
We wanted to commend Amelia, one of your tutors who has been working with our daughter Mila on her grade 6 maths. Amelia has been fantastic in all respects - friendly, punctual, encouraging, and a highly effective tutor who has helped Mila achieve her best report in maths to date.
Kareem is very happy with John as am I. He makes sure Kareem understands the basics and rules of what he is learning, which is what Kareem needs.