Looking for physics tutoring in College Park? Most students go into physics with high hopes, eager to prove themselves, going after high grades and accomplishments. Most students also hit a roadblock sooner or later. Those who stick with physics are usually those who had help, but not any kind of help. Students benefit most when they get help at the right time from someone who knows the right approach.
Looking for physics tutoring in College Park?
Most students go into physics with high hopes, eager to prove themselves, going after high grades and accomplishments. Most students also hit a roadblock sooner or later.
Those who stick with physics are usually those who had help, but not any kind of help. Students benefit most when they get help at the right time from someone who knows the right approach.
That's where we come in!
We've found that students who are struggling need someone who will support their progress and make it easier to get the grades. They also need to be motivated and taught how to overcome issues, how to learn from each failure. Tutors we work with know that.
So, this is how it works.
We find local tutors and organise one-on-one physics tutoring in College Park, at your home or any other place that works for you.
There are no extra fees, just a simple hourly rate.
You don't like the tutor? No worries, it happens from time to time and we understand that! That's why the first lesson comes as a free trial.
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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.
Kent is developing his self-questioning, able with some assistance to work through unusual problems. However, he is rule dependent and try to solve some questions in one or two steps, especially with his current topic, Pythagorus theorem.
Caleb's attitude and effort can be improved. I would like to see him be more proactive and do practice outside of class even if I don't assign him homework. Maths requires practice and I feel that with sufficient practice, an improvement in his grades will be seen
Although she is gradually getting better at maths and the year 9 concepts, I think she still needs to work on her basics, including mental mathematics (i.e. adding, multiplying, subtracting and dividing the common values in her head). Bethany tends to use her calculator a lot to work out things like -1 +1, and she would be save a lot more time in exams if she could learn these values off by heart.
Thank you so much for your assistance over the past months. Alex has progressed quite well and is getting more enjoyment out the subject given that he now has a better grasp of it.
Thank you for this. We are extremely happy with Jason. He has a lot of patience with Sarah and a genuine interest in helping her in Maths. Sarah is slowly getting more confident in maths and this is a big step.
Thanks for the reports. Michael is fantastic. James and I both really like him and he is a very dedicated and diligent tutor.