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Alan, tutor in Sefton, NSW
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Subjects Tutored

  • Physics tutoring
  • Chemistry tutoring
  • Maths tutoring

Tutoring students in

  • grade 1
  • grade 2
  • grade 3
  • grade 4
  • grade 5
  • grade 6
  • grade 7
  • grade 8
  • grade 9
  • grade 10
  • grade 11
  • grade 12

What do I enjoy most about tutoring?

I enjoy helping people, especially when they are in need. As tutoring is made to assist students learn and understand necessary school material as well as develop the necessary skills and techniques in problem solving and answering questions, this is where I can be there ready to help students out while simultaneously enjoy what I am doing.

My Strengths as Tutor

Due to my vast knowledge and my personal pleasure in mathematics, as well as my past experience of being a Mathematics tutor and student back in primary and high school, I'm able to transition all my teaching skills, communication and problem solving strategies into this tutoring job I am currently applying for. Furthermore, it helps me take on a leadership role where I would have all my students look up to me as my long term mentor helping them achieve their desired results in their exams.

Most important things I can do for a student

One would be motivation. Motivation is important for a student in their learning as it allows students to achieve their personal best and good results in their subjects as well as increase their productivity in class and possibly their enjoyment in their subjects. Another important factor would be to help students continually improve. Nowadays success doesn't come instantly when something new is learnt, but success is as a result from struggles and failures in the beginning but with consistent improvement through my mentoring and consistent practice through given homework and problem solving. I would always say to my students 'it doesn't really matter how high or what marks you get in your exam, but if you see an increasing difference in your new results compared to your old, you will definitely tell yourself you have improved. Achieving anything is possible provided you will consistently improve through disciplined practice and revision of what you have learnt.'