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Struggling academically while seeing others succeed can feel disheartening. It may seem as though "successful students" have it easy, as if solutions just pop into their head. Seeing the cycle of success cycling round and round for others can seem like natural talent. Geniuses do exist but most successful students are just normal people who have somehow learned how to succeed academically. Good news! Success leaves clues. These students tend to be prepared, to do their homework & regular revision....
Struggling academically while seeing others succeed can feel disheartening. It may seem as though "successful students" have it easy, as if solutions just pop into their head. Seeing the cycle of success cycling round and round for others can seem like natural talent. Geniuses do exist but most successful students are just normal people who have somehow learned how to succeed academically.
Good news! Success leaves clues. These students tend to be prepared, to do their homework & regular revision. They focus on comprehension not on memorization. Most importantly they have growth mindset not a fixed mindset - failures are an opportunity for growth not proof of inadequacy.
Whatever your goals, the right attitude and the right study habits will help. A good tutor can do much more than just teach the content. They can help your child learn to be a better student, to develop a growth mindset and establish their own cycle of success. When you use Ezy Math to find a tutor this is what you're getting.
A local maths tutor in Durren Durren will come to your home at a time convenient to you, just tell us when. Your first lesson works as a risk-free trial, if you don't like it, don't pay. No booking fees or contracts, no nonsense, just tutoring.
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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.
Need improvement in: Talking aloud, back checking, pen to paper, transfer skills, seeking understanding, avoid rule dependence, avoid lazy thinking, format skills Good in: self questioning, ok to be wrong, confidence, note taking, good corrections,
She is enthusiastic, positive and willing to attempt all questions. She tries to solve questions according to the standard format but sometimes need guidance to avoid gaps in logical flow. She understands the importance of note keeping. While improving on her mathematical understandings, Morgan still sometimes struggle with problem-solving questions with high amount of texts. She is practicing how to complete a summary and to link formulas to questions at a faster pace.
Deana has some gaps with long division when the question is difficult, but this gap should be improved with time. Deana can struggle with long division if the question is difficult. She has also had a little trouble with fraction manipulation, however we have only started to cover this and I expect her to improve quickly.
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We are really happy with Vivienne. She is very patient and explains things extremely clearly. Already had a 74% which for a child who is almost maths dialexic this was fabulous. Anyway we are very happy with her Thankyou
Hi Erica, thank you for your email. Things have started well with Jacob and hopefully they will continue in the same way. I think in this case, the difference for Jamie is that she can ask Jacob about a problem that she is struggling with and he can answer her straight away. Vivian was able to answer her too but it took her longer and I think the time factor was what was frustrating Jamie. As I'm sure you are aware in year 12 there is such a time crunch that any delays just add more pressure.
Hi Erica Thanks for the email. Yes, everything is going very well. Daniel is finding Yuta to be very helpful and has definitely been able to identify areas of weakness that require work. We are all very pleased with the progress to date.