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 Brigadoon, 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.
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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 Brigadoon who is a better match and more than happy to help.
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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.
This month I realised that a learning strategy which works for Charlotte is writing something out herself after I explain it first. That way she is able to focus on understanding what I am doing first and then retry the question herself. She is confident and remembers how to do many things herself which is really good, especially for Maths as it is a subject which really relies on knowing your foundation. Charlotte exhibited good note taking and pen to paper.
Aiden puts a lot of effort into his work and takes pride in doing so. He isn't afraid to ask questions and to ask me to explain things more, just as long as he understands. This kind of attitude towards learning is what will maximise his potential in the future. As of this moment, his work habits are beyond satisfactory but will only improve in time.
Ana's main problem area at this stage is complex problem solving as described earlier - this is something that requires a lot of practice and confidence to improve upon and I have confidence that we will be able to improve it given time.
Rishi is great guy and working well with our son James. We realise it is early days but James is already more confident with his approach towards maths. Thanks for checking in with us. It is appreciated.
Anusheel been tutoring Ramin for a few sessions now and as you said it will take a few months to notice. However, so far Ramin is happy. He is having his year 11 final exam this week and Anusheel is doing a good Job, thank you.
Hello Erica, Thanks for touching base. Isabella is great. She's gelled really nicely with Meg, who is already saying that for the first time she understands why things are done a certain way, rather than just being told to do it. I'll let you know if any issues arise but at this point I can't see any at this stage. Cheers