Chemistry can seem a bit technical. It's all abstract formulas and content that seems impossible to learn and barely manageable to memorise. The material keeps piling up and how are students supposed to truly learn anything when they're constantly missing something and falling behind? And it's not only about the grades. Sure, students who struggle with chemistry want to pass that test and get their grades up. It's usually their only end...
Chemistry can seem a bit technical. It's all abstract formulas and content that seems impossible to learn and barely manageable to memorise. The material keeps piling up and how are students supposed to truly learn anything when they're constantly missing something and falling behind?
And it's not only about the grades. Sure, students who struggle with chemistry want to pass that test and get their grades up. It's usually their only end goal and that's completely understandable. However, we've found that once students start catching up and chemistry doesn't seem like such an enormous hurdle, their self-confidence improves as well.
When they have someone to guide them, make sense of the clutter of information and demands, students tend to struggle less in other areas as well. Your child could feel less anxious about tests and their performance, learn how to tackle tough situations and become more independent, all with the help of a local Charlemont chemistry tutor.
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We match you with a local tutor who offers chemistry tutoring in Charlemont, right where you live. What you pay is a simple hourly rate, no other pesky charges or fees, and if you're not completely happy with the first lesson no need to worry - it comes as a trial and is completely free.
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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.
Max's confidence has grown significantly over the past month; he can often recognise that, although a problem may appear difficult, it may be within his capabilities. However, he can sometime struggle with applying generic and broad mathematical concepts and rules to specific problems, where the connection between the maths and the problem may not be immediately obvious.
Marika is well organised and continues to have a positive attitude towards schoolwork, although her year 12 subjects can be stressful. She has recently become more focused in class, as I insisted that she participate when we draft work, rewriting her own work when I point out a place for improvement.
Zahli is very good at addition and multiplication for her age, but struggles with subtraction and division. These are areas that I will work on as she does more of them at school. The second lesson I had with Zahli we tried out some analogue time and she knew a lot by herself, but needed some guidance to 'set up' the question to make it more answerable. This is common in young children as they are still developing much of their problem solving abilities.
Nandi is fantastic and Izzy has developed a great relationship with her. She is a treasure.
Madison is really enjoying having Anna as her tutor. They seem to have a good relationship which is fantastic.
I am very happy with how things are going and Zach is lovely so thank you for finding us a great match for Kane