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 Churchlands chemistry tutor.
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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.
Noah and I will be focusing on increasing his diligence both in note taking and organisation/keeping track of classwork/assignments. I suggest the purchase of a small planner and a few folders in the near future. We will also be stressing proofreading and grammar skills.
Rayan forgets or just doesn't do homework relatively often now, claiming to be busy with other work. It makes the tutoring difficult because I can't progress until she has at least attempted to understand the content.
Speed during exams - writing down small steps such as (x1, y1), (x2, y2) takes up some time - however, after doing numerous past papers under time limit, Jack's agility as well as time management had improved significantly
I thought you might be pleased to hear our daughter, Arizona, is very, very happy with Lawrence's tutoring. It has been a meaningful development for her, albeit there is a great deal of fundamental work to do to bring her up to where she really needs to be. Thank you for your support with this.
Just a short note to let you know we will be finishing off with Alex today, as Penelope sits her HSC maths paper tomorrow. He has been a terrific help and I would be thrilled to recommend him if you need any references.
All is well. We agree it can take some time to settle in, but having Meg has already improved the children's routine and helped up with homework. The plan is to increase the time that she comes to 1 and a half hours. We are looking at then continuing that through next year.