Physics is such a vast area, it's easy to get lost. While a lot of the content can be simply memorised, which many students still do, physics also requires higher-order thinking. Understanding the scientific method isn't a small task. All of these demands in a short period of time and with exams coming closer and closer, no wonder students shy away from science subjects. Getting the right help for your child...
Physics is such a vast area, it's easy to get lost. While a lot of the content can be simply memorised, which many students still do, physics also requires higher-order thinking.
Understanding the scientific method isn't a small task. All of these demands in a short period of time and with exams coming closer and closer, no wonder students shy away from science subjects.
Getting the right help for your child is all about timing. If you've already tried looking for a physics tutor in Burpengary East, you know it can be quite difficult.
Students who need an extra push to achieve their goals usually need a tutor right away. It can also be nearly impossible to find someone your child is comfortable to be around and someone who is also goal-oriented and reliable at the same time.
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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.
Mya has taken on board the strategies very well. There is still plenty of room for improvement as more often than not she requires prompting to engage the strategies, however once she is reminded she has no doubts about how to use the strategies.
Abbie's effort has been very consistent this year. And her attitude toward exams perfect! She is one of few people I've encountered to find a healthy approach to exams , marinating a calm attitude whilst still taking her studies seriously!
Jeyda still makes some mistakes when working with decimals, especially dividing and multiplying with factors of ten. We have done a lot of practice at this and she has definitely improved, but we will continue to revise it. It was great to see an improvement in her operations with decimals, fractions and percentages, and ability to convert between these.
Kelly is a fantastic tutor & lovely person who clicked with Emily immediately and Emily noticed her own improvement within days. Emily sat her Maths semester exam 3 weeks later after having Kelly there was a big improvement!!! Thank you for referring Kelly to Emily and we look forward to having her tutor Emily for as long as we can!
Working at EzyMath Tutoring is really rewarding. I have been able to work with students to build their confidence and evolve them into independent learners. You build relationships and trust with students so they feel comfortable with you - even if it is saying they don't understand! It's amazing to see them improve their maths skills with increased confidence. Even better is seeing them smile and light up with excitement when they tell you of their great achievements at school.
Eshan has been a great help to Georgina over the sessions she has seen him and she felt much more confident preparing for her mid-year exams (Y9). I think she will get an A overall for maths this semester which is great given both math exams were quite difficult and the average score was much lower. She has also been asked to join the enrichment maths group from the beginning of next term. Although Georgina is a little apprehensive about the step up, she knows it is a great opportunity to get exposure to more difficult work before things really step up a bit in Y10. The school is very happy with her results and I feel confident that she will continue to do well, with the right support. I feel there is much more potential upside for her to be gained through ongoing tutoring and it will be great to have Eshan's support as Georgina joins the enrichment stream at school next term.