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 Byford 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 Byford 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.
Give us a call! Our consultants can review your area, answer questions and explain pricing in detail.
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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 Shari has improved in all parts, however last day of the month she went back to being quiet and reserved. Overall she is becoming more into learning and pleased when she understands, but needs more practice to help remember contents to help avoid feeling defeated in the case of forgetting how to do questions.
Good attitude. Needs to study harder going into Year 9. Will need to work harder at home in future to make sure concepts are thoroughly understood. Needs to work harder at home in future. At the moment work habits not too bad. If he wants to go up another level he will need to work a little harder.
Simplifying fractions can get a little difficult when we have issues with times tables. Georgia is working on it and is improving! We sometimes have some issues with fractions and decimals but as her recent test results show, she is improving steadily.
Madison has now had two sessions with Emma, they seem to be going well, Emma is very personable, has been working on some practice sheets with Madison for an upcoming maths test. All seems well so far.
It is going well with Gerard. Gerard is focusing on homework each week and then extending him in certain areas, such as fractions and decimals, which he finds hard. Luke has mentioned that he has learnt some new ways of approaching some problems and algorithms, which has made him feel more confident at school. Gerard has a lovely manner and appears to relate well to Luke.
Gabie really likes Michael and his way of teaching. We are very happy with him so far. I am very impressed with your staff so far.