Sometimes a student just needs some help. Especially with maths! Maybe silly mistakes are the culprit, maybe there are gaps in knowledge, or maybe the student knows all their stuff but for some reason doesn't do well in exam conditions. Other students rely too much on memorizing rules and formulas instead of seeking understanding. Others struggle to find the confidence to make effort. There are really a variety of issues that cause sub-optimal grades. It can cause anxiety and unhappiness, but worst of all this can...
Sometimes a student just needs some help. Especially with maths! Maybe silly mistakes are the culprit, maybe there are gaps in knowledge, or maybe the student knows all their stuff but for some reason doesn't do well in exam conditions. Other students rely too much on memorizing rules and formulas instead of seeking understanding. Others struggle to find the confidence to make effort. There are really a variety of issues that cause sub-optimal grades. It can cause anxiety and unhappiness, but worst of all this can sometimes form a negative cycle. A maths tutor can help you figure out what the issues are and solve them ...
Fortunately that help can happen conveniently in your home with a maths tutor in South Wharf. That's where we come in!
We'll find you a local South Wharf maths tutor so that it is easy and convenient to organise lessons. You choose the time, the place and the first lesson works as a trial. If it doesn't click with the tutor, we can organise someone else.
Give us a call, we'll have a quick chat to understand what you need and can for you to start in no time: 1300 312 354
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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.
Previously, Stephanie has no habit of using the 'talking aloud' strategy in helping herself solve chemistry problems. She has now been taught how this is done and is seeing how effective this learning strategy can be. She has been told to continue practicing this learning strategy while she works on problems.
5.6.18- Lucy a little busy with other subject commitments this week and will complete Tutorial homework outstanding (Energy calculations) for the next tutorial. 12.6.18-great effort attempted all questions on her own and has a good attitude towards the subject. 19.6.18- is completing all relevant tasks and has a good attitude to doing well in Maths. 26.6.18- is catching up with tutorial homework and is in a good position to commence for Term3 Tutorials.
Emmerson's greatest weakness is merely the amount of time she spends on studying. While she starts doing all the work habits and note taking she should, she more often than not tends to peter out.
I just wanted to let you know that Arielle's recent yearly Maths marks were the best she has ever had. Usually he marks are in the high 30's ( the test is out of 60) but this time she scored 50 out of 60! Arielle was thrilled and I know this has really boosted her confidence regarding her Maths abilities as she always felt Maths was too hard. I have noticed a definite change in her attitude to Maths tutoring with Ivan. She no longer dreads the session and is able to remain focused and attentive the whole time. This has given her the confidence to begin her new school next year with a positive attitude towards Maths.
Once again I really appreciate your help over the last few months. The structured format that EzyMaths brings to tutoring appears to provide a clear framework and guidelines for the tutors to work within. Combined with a really outstanding young tutor in Calvin this has had been very beneficial for Dom. I congratulate you on a great model and wish the business success for the future.
Shay is really enjoying the tutoring and Ben is a great tutor. She is already improving in her maths, which was the objective. Shay even does her extra math homework without argument which is amazing . We look forward to working with Ben for the rest of this term and next year.