Physics is one of those subjects that easily sparks interest. Students learn about natural laws, how tiny specks behave and how gargantuan planets orbit light-years away. Because of its many applications science has become one of the most exciting fields of the future. From theory to application, there's a lot to wrap your head around. As you move up the curriculum the content does become highly technical.
Physics is one of those subjects that easily sparks interest. Students learn about natural laws, how tiny specks behave and how gargantuan planets orbit light-years away.
Because of its many applications science has become one of the most exciting fields of the future. From theory to application, there's a lot to wrap your head around. As you move up the curriculum the content does become highly technical.
It's easy to get lost in the details, and when you need to cram all of the concepts for a test it can easily become overwhelming. That's where a great tutor can help.
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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.
Ella has shown great progress in her note taking, and back-checking. Whenever she makes a mistake in her working, she is very quick to identify it. This is a great sign as it shows her taking control of her own learning. Additionally, this will hold her in good stead for future tests and exams, as identifying your own mistakes is critical to achieving a good mark.
Tameika works hard during the sessions and answers each question to the best of her ability, which is good to see. I'm unsure if she practices her multiplication outside of school and the tutoring sessions, but if this isn't the case perhaps spending five or so minutes each night working through the tables she has difficulties with will help Tameika to improve.
Oliver seems to have a minor problem of feeling uncertain about some challenging questions we have worked on. He just needs to continue to understand that its perfectly fine to make mistakes and at least attempt the questions, where corrections can usually be easily made.
In response to your earlier email, I am absolutely delighted with Nick. Tabi trusts that Nick can help her and is beginning to deal with the sense of panic she builds up when confronted with problems she is not sure how to solve or techniques taught in class that she did not understand. I can see Tabi beginning to feel more confident and she certainly feels supported by Nick.
Pat has really appreciated and enjoyed the help Josh has given him with his Maths. Tutoring with Josh during the holidays will make an excellent start to year 11!
Thank you for touching base. I am really impressed with William's efforts to date. He has very quickly worked out Layla's weaknesses and the areas that need attention. I also believe that his strategy of working slightly ahead of schedule and thus getting her 'in front' in some areas will help with her confidence in class. Layla is also receiving additional Maths support in school and combined with William's efforts, I am confident that we should see her Maths results improve.