Learning Chemistry feels like learning a new language. It's hard in the beginning, you don't know what to look out for and even though you recognise things here and there that doesn't mean you can read a formula, let alone understand it. It's one of those subjects where it clicks or it just doesn't. Tutors we work with understand that. They've been there, they had to overcome the same hurdle and they are passionate about helping...
Learning Chemistry feels like learning a new language. It's hard in the beginning, you don't know what to look out for and even though you recognise things here and there that doesn't mean you can read a formula, let alone understand it. It's one of those subjects where it clicks or it just doesn't.
Tutors we work with understand that. They've been there, they had to overcome the same hurdle and they are passionate about helping others do the same. They know the pitfalls, where to spend that extra hour and what you need to memorise before you can completely understand a concept.
Local Brighton chemistry tutors are there to help your child reach that aha moment. They work around your schedule, at a time that's most convenient to you and your child.
It usually doesn't take more than a day or two before we can match you with a chemistry tutor in Brighton who not only knows their content but is there to adapt to your child's needs. Not sure what kind of support your child requires? We figure that out for you!
We offer simple hourly rates, no other charges or fees, and the first lesson comes as a trial to ensure you are really happy with the tutor.
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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.
Simran practices her learning strategies regularly and this is to be expected as she is just a few weeks away from her final ATAR exams. However under timed conditions, she does panic a little which is again, as expected, she must remember to not forget to talk aloud when performing simple operations. She has a very good mindset towards her work and goals and it is evident in her results and her knowledge. All in all, her use of learning strategies is very pleasing.
David always completes his homework. He isn't always able to do all of the questions, but he attempts them all, which is good. He is still very shy in our lessons but he is getting better at asking me for help, and telling me when he doesn't understand something.
She doesn't always read the information that is written outside the article/text which is occasionally needed to answer some questions. This information generally includes the authors name, why the text was written & when it was published.
Hi Erica, Thanks for the follow up email. Currently I am offshore and will be back in Perth around the 19th. I am sure Alex is going well, however time will tell. Louise and Myself are happy with Safire.
We have got off to a great start with Devina. Aiden has really enjoyed the sessions so far and finds Devina explains everything extremely well, actually much better than his teacher at school. We are making really good progress and even after such a short time Aiden has gained so much more confidence with his maths, so many thanks for sending her our way.
Timothy is very happy with how things are going with Jerome. Tim feels like he is learning and is comfortable with Jerome who I have found to be a very polite young man. Tim has not had any tests or exams since he began tutoring, I'm sure we will see an improvement at that time.