Reactions written out in simple mathematical terms but still impossible to read and understand - chemistry can be a tough subject to learn. No wonder students get discouraged and give up before even trying. Even if they've started out well, tackled science in lower grades with a good attitude, even if they've made a switch to Year 11 Chemistry easily, more often than not students hit a wall when it comes to Year 12 chemistry. This is when they...
Reactions written out in simple mathematical terms but still impossible to read and understand - chemistry can be a tough subject to learn. No wonder students get discouraged and give up before even trying.
Even if they've started out well, tackled science in lower grades with a good attitude, even if they've made a switch to Year 11 Chemistry easily, more often than not students hit a wall when it comes to Year 12 chemistry. This is when they need all the support they can get.
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We are working with local tutors who can assist your child through high school chemistry. Whatever it is, be it going from inorganic to organic chemistry or simply being asked to understand experiments when they still don't have a grasp of the necessary basics. Tutoring may well be the best way to bridge the gap, especially when it's done right.
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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.
Harry is really starting to open up. He is more inclined to talk aloud and put pen to paper in our sessions. In his last exam he made sure that even though he didn't know how to complete all questions - he wrote what he knew on paper and had a go at it. Very happy with progress.
Isabella still maintains her polite attitude, however has become a little less motivated and focused on occasion, despite her work habits in terms of process work remaining positive. The lack of focus is usually not present by the end of a lesson, suggesting it takes a while to warm up.
In terms of topics, Riley found circular functions difficult, so I urge him to spend more time on this topic. It is quite a new topic (different to anything he's seen before), so only time will help familiarise the new content to him. I will try and provide him additional resources in this topic. He also should still practice factorising quadratics (he generally knows how to do them, but needs to do them faster).
So far so good. The kids are actually enjoying their time with Agnes so that's s good sign. Jaren came out of last weeks tutorial session saying "well you learn something new everyday". It just gives them more confidence with mathematical concepts, I think they're getting something out of it. Thank you.
Sofia was progressing and Sofia was very comfortable with the tutor. She gave Sofia a lot of help and her understanding of maths had improved and she learned to enjoyed maths, even the homework set and that surprised me. Thank you again.
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