Does your child need help with physics? Maybe they need an extra push to reach that grade or they want to go from keeping up to excelling at science. Whatever the reason, we can match you with the right local Carey Gully physics tutors who understand your child's needs and knows how to get them where they want to be. Most students start out interested in physics and perform fairly well on tests. But once the...
Does your child need help with physics?
Maybe they need an extra push to reach that grade or they want to go from keeping up to excelling at science. Whatever the reason, we can match you with the right local Carey Gully physics tutors who understand your child's needs and knows how to get them where they want to be.
Most students start out interested in physics and perform fairly well on tests. But once the concepts become more and more complex most parents notice a change. It's when students start believing they don't "have what it takes" and their self-confidence starts to plummet.
Parents usually try to intervene, remind their child that geniuses are not born, that they work hard and face obstacles like anyone else, and for some students, that's enough. Others, however, need more support.
That's where we step in!
We find tutors and organise one-on-one physics tutoring in Carey Gully, at your home or any other place that works for you. We work around your schedule.
When it comes to payment we like to keep it simple. You pay a simple hourly rate, no extra or hidden fees.
And what if, for whatever reason, the perfect match doesn't happen on the first try? That's completely fine, it happens!
In case you are not completely happy with the first lesson, it comes as a free trial. We simply keep looking for another tutor, someone better suited to help your child.
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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.
Her self learning strategies are of a good standard. I know from experience that these sorts of things are only guides and are very dependent on the individual. She naturally voices the steps aloud, highlights and makes little "notes" to herself to emphasize things of importance in her notes. Overall, Ayva's learning strategies are to be commended and will be frequently integrated into lessons as a reminder of how important it is to establish and experiment with learning strategies.
Victoria is always prepared for lessons and completes her notes and assessments to a very high standard. She is to be congratulated for her ability to balance all demands from various subjects in the Preliminary HSC year.
Zara has some difficulty in identifying the important information in worded problems. For example, in questions like 'James has 15 toy boats. 10 of them are blue and 5 of them are red. James' mother buys him 5 more red boats. How many red boats does James have all together?' Zara will often find it difficult to understand that the question is asking for 5 + 5 (the number of RED boats). We will continue to work on this.
Thank you very much to Jason, he was a great tutor and an incredibly nice person, we appreciate his efforts.
Dana was fantastic, so good that I passed my exam and got 98 percent in maths. Thank you.
I would be more than happy to be part of Ezy Math Tutoring again to continue motivating, encouraging and making more students feel that mathematics are easy and fun. I will never forget the day - the day before I left Sydney - when I went to one of my students' house to say good bye. That day, Mattheu let me know that he had been upgraded in his maths class, from 4th to 3rd level. When we started our tutoring sessions, he was on the 6th level of his maths course, and during the first two months, every day I asked him how everything at school had been that day, he replied "it was boring". Over that year that we were having our maths classes, he was being upgraded from 6th, to 5th, then 4th and finally 3rd that day when I went to his place to say good bye. Before I left his place, he said to me "Andres, I want to be a doctor, I want to study a PhD, like you... thank you". That very moment, when you are able to help others, contribute to society, etc, is simply priceless. Being a tutor was a great experience and I am still missing my students.