Passing high school biology might be easy, but some students want more than just a passing grade. They want to excel! We work with great biology tutors in Macquarie Links and over the years we've realized most students have a good idea of what they need to do in order to prepare for a test, they just tend to take shortcuts where they really shouldn't. All it takes is a bit of a push to truly get everything...
Passing high school biology might be easy, but some students want more than just a passing grade. They want to excel!
We work with great biology tutors in Macquarie Links and over the years we've realized most students have a good idea of what they need to do in order to prepare for a test, they just tend to take shortcuts where they really shouldn't.
All it takes is a bit of a push to truly get everything out of exam prep. Students usually need quick tips here and there and someone to keep them focused until they develop good learning habits. By providing the right input at the right time tutors can help students keep up with the demands and get the grades they want.
If you are looking for a local biology tutor, the tutors we work with are available within a day or two. All we need to get things started is to have a chat with you so we can figure out what kind of support your child needs.
On top of that, we keep things simple and convenient. That means
there are no extra fees or hidden charges, just a simple hourly rate.
Last but not least, to make sure you really like the tutor - the first lesson comes as a free trial and with a money-back guarantee.
Looking for biology tutoring in Macquarie Links? We can help you out.
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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.
Piper is good in basic concepts of math at her level. Further, she has efficient skills of notes taking and presentation. However, I am planning to develop her math foundation for years to come. Hence, more emphasis is being given on back checking, pen to paper, Ok to be wrong and self questioning. She is good learner and absorbs content quickly however, retaining the concepts needs to be worked upon.
usually has a good attitude in class and tries to perform at a satisfactory level. I feel he does try his best to try to stay motivated and do well. Doesn't do homework that I set, says he has a lot of other homework to do from school which is understandable, but I would like to see the homework at least attempted (I will give him little to no homework so he will be more motivated to complete it every time I set it)
Main gaps include identifying which rules used to add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions, and the difference between each rule. More and more practice is showing the ability to more easily identify and apply certain techniques in varying situations.
So far Katie has been prompt, personable and prepared. As you say it is very early days -we are only just getting to the point where we are clear on where she is at and where she needs to be.
Yes we are happy with Kavindu. Emily seems more confident with one on one home tutoring than class tutoring. thanks
He's here now, drinking miso and walking Em through Pythagoras (poor sole). It's all good. She appreciates this time and enjoys his learning insights so that's a winner.