### What do I enjoy most about tutoring? 😁

I enjoy getting to know how the students learn, and how I can use their strengths and weaknesses in learning to explain tricky concepts in a way that they can understand. I enjoy seeing the student improve, and knowing that I was able to make a difference in their learning journey.

### My Strengths as Tutor 💪

I am very familiar with the Year 11 and 12 SACE curriculum for STEM subjects as I graduated from high school in 2023. I also have experience in teaching primary school and early high school students as I have been working as an assistant at Kumon for over a year. In the past I have also coached a year 8 and 9 debating team by helping these students to learn the rules and skills needed to debate successfully in inter school competitions.

### Most important things I can do for a student 🏅

I believe that it is important for tutors to be passionate about teaching. This way, it is easier for the student to gain interest in the subject, which ultimately leads to better performance from the student as they are more motivated to study and learn. I also think that it is important for tutors to create a comfortable learning environment for the student, so that the student is not afraid to ask questions or ask for more support if they do not understand a concept explained by the tutor.
### Subjects Tutored 🎓

### Exam Prep 📝

- Naplan tutoring
- SACE tutoring

### Tutoring students in 👦 👧

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## Recent Tutoring Comments:

Went WellChemistry: Divyanshu had a good preliminary understanding of the main concepts in chromatography and atomic spectroscopy. Maths: Divyanshu is confident with ...

Went WellChemistry: Divyanshu had a good preliminary understanding of the main concepts in chromatography and atomic spectroscopy. Maths: Divyanshu is confident with applying the rules of differentiation to functions.

Needs ImprovementChemistry: Divyanshu should continue to review all of the topics for Topic 1, especially titration to prepare adequately for in-school titration practicals in Term 2. Maths: Divyanshu requires more practice with answering trickier questions in all topics of applications of differentiation, especially kinematics, solving conjectures, and graphing the derivatives and second derivatives of a function.

Went WellChemistry: Divyanshu understood how to balance and form equations in catalytic converters. Maths: Divyanshu understands the steps involved in carrying out ...

Went WellChemistry: Divyanshu understood how to balance and form equations in catalytic converters. Maths: Divyanshu understands the steps involved in carrying out optimisation. He also continues to develop his understanding of kinematics.

Needs ImprovementChemistry: Further review and practice in writing out the chemical equations for the formation of nitrogen oxides and ozone is required as it is a highly important concept in Stage 2 Chemistry. Maths: Divyanshu continues to struggle with kinematics, specifically with interpreting the sign diagrams of velocity, acceleration, and distance. Therefore he requires further practice with these types of questions.

Went WellLucy was able to factorise simple equations and recognise the lowest common factors.

Went WellLucy was able to factorise simple equations and recognise the lowest common factors.

Needs ImprovementLucy struggles to factor more complex equations and must remember that when a number is factorised by itself, the number inside the brackets is 1, not 0.

Went WellLucy was able to rearrange the trigonometric functions to calculate the height of objects.

Went WellLucy was able to rearrange the trigonometric functions to calculate the height of objects.

Needs ImprovementLucy requires more support to understand what the values and ratios of trigonometric functions mean, and how they can be used.