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 Bungalow 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 Bungalow, 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.
Emma's learning skills are close to satisfactory and showing improvements. A more complex problem solving needs some work. Amy: Learning skills are in check, sometimes she was tired and that greatly decreased her concentration. Needs more notes (rule book) to refer to, needs to cover some basics (deeper understanding of them) to avoid rule dependency.
Ben has a good attitude towards our lessons. Ben has been putting in a reasonable amount of effort in math. However, I would encourage him to do some extra practice outside our lessons, to help reinforce our work. I still consider Bens working out to be disorganised and potentially confusing to a marker. I would encourage him to always try and set questions out neatly and logically, using correct notation.
This semester our lessons have been slightly ahead of the topics covered in class. This allows Ethan to reaffirm knowledge we have covered in class, thus filling the gaps in his knowledge. Overall Ethan has some issue linking the relevancy of current topics back. To complete problems which cover multiple learning objectives he must often be shown an example first.
Sharren is wonderful. They have formed an instant connection, and Bree is already feeling more confident and did an open book maths test yesterday without looking at the book hardly at all. Sharren is already a part of the house when i walk through the door and she is already in my opinion, the best tutor for Bree
What a lovely, patient and kind person Alfred is. He got straight into the maths and hit it off with Kent immediately.
I have been meaning to email but time got away. Hazel is loving Rabiba! She's just perfect for her. In fact when we discussed extending the time to two hours in a week or so Hazel agreed instantly. I was in shock. We are all very happy with her so far. She's very reliable and polite.