What do I enjoy most about tutoring? 😁
I enjoy teaching others because I can then transfer my knowledge to those who want it and need it. I also understand how hard it can be for someone who is struggling, so I really want to be there for them during this period of time. I believe that with practice, skills get better.
My Strengths as Tutor 💪
I am a very easy person to talk to. I am not shy and am willing to speak up. As a former Reach Out buddy, I also know that not everyone is easy to talk to. Through the organization, I have learned different ways of talking to people which allows them to speak up. Another strength of mine is that I am very good at time management. I always work ahead of deadlines because I am a perfectionist. Since I work ahead of time, I am not rushing and the work I create is to the best of my ability. Math and English are also my strengths so it shouldn't be an issue in teaching these two subjects.
Most important things I can do for a student 🏅
I think the bonding between the tutor and the student is very important. If the student doesn't feel comfortable talking to the tutor, he or she will never learn effectively. They need to be comfortable enough so that they can ask questions whenever they need to!
Subjects Tutored 🎓

Maths tutoring

English tutoring
Exam Prep 📝
 Naplan tutoring
 HSC tutoring
Tutoring students in 👦 👧
 grade 5
 grade 6
 grade 7
 grade 8
 grade 9
 grade 10
 grade 11
 grade 12
Recent Tutoring Comments:
She came prepared with her math worksheet!
She came prepared with her math worksheet!
I am not sure if Tia was just tired but she was making a lot of silly mistakes while doing simply multiplication and simplifying. I feel like it was her being tired because she usually does not have issues with problems like 3 x 8.
We revised what we learned last lesson and then ended with some harder problems requiring more steps.
We revised what we learned last lesson and then ended with some harder problems requiring more steps.
She only make one silly mistake during the entire hour and I made her redo the problem until she figured out what she had done wrong. I think she is currently on the right track!
She understands the topic pretty well. We worked through several types of problems.
She understands the topic pretty well. We worked through several types of problems.
Not much! I am also happy that she has been showing her workings.
She knows how to isolate x to find the final answer.
She knows how to isolate x to find the final answer.
She needs to write down all the steps and not just use the calculator. This will help her avoid silly mistakes.