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

The aspect I enjoy in tutoring others is helping students understand the concept they have not been able to fully comprehend. In this moment you hear βoh thatβs why you do thatβ or 'now I get it,' from the student, as they grasp the idea. This provides great satisfaction as the student is now able to confidently and correctly answer similar questions understanding the notions.

### My Strengths as Tutor πͺ

My strengths as a tutor is that I have recently finished my schooling and would be able to relate to the topics learnt within each subject as well as to the motives and goals of each student. I will be dedicated to aid the learning of each student. This may involve preparing additional questions on concepts they are having trouble with or using different methods of teaching appealing to what each student requires.

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

A tutor should provide a student with a platform to achieve the results they desire. This may involve providing students with the knowledge they need to understand topics, challenging their abilities or providing motivation for the student to work and be productive. It is also necessary to help the student understand the effort they put into their studies is reflective in their work and results.

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## Recent Tutoring Comments:

Went WellUnderstood the theory of conversions between decimals, fractions and percentages and how to easily apply these conversions using a calculator as well how to ...

Went WellUnderstood the theory of conversions between decimals, fractions and percentages and how to easily apply these conversions using a calculator as well how to determine the total discount on a sale item and the new price of this item. Understanding to convert fractions to decimals when ordering them in terms of value.

Needs ImprovementMay need to continue to practise to be able to recall the correct processes independently, especially in an exam environment.

Went WellWas able to describe and detail key features of 2D shapes. Easily doubled the capacity of Woolworth's products. With assistance calculated the volume of a 3D ...

Went WellWas able to describe and detail key features of 2D shapes. Easily doubled the capacity of Woolworth's products. With assistance calculated the volume of a 3D shape combining a rectangular and triangular.

Needs ImprovementNeeded help remembering the processes for calculating the volumes of prisms, yet was able to correctly complete maths well above a year 3 level.

Went WellRemembered the processes for solving algebraic equations and sales of a full priced item, with minimal errors, showing good improvement with maths knowledge. ...

Went WellRemembered the processes for solving algebraic equations and sales of a full priced item, with minimal errors, showing good improvement with maths knowledge. Understood how to expand algebraic expressions.

Needs ImprovementThe question we explored to apply algebraic skills was hard for a year 7 student to understand, as it required a combined application of different maths processes (relationships between perimeter, shapes and substitution), yet Ava did well to follow on with the working.

Went WellRecap on solving volume for rectangular prisms as well as triangular prisms.

Went WellRecap on solving volume for rectangular prisms as well as triangular prisms.

Needs ImprovementDid well to understand the concept of volume, and applying the formula which is above a year 3 level application of maths.