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

After doing physics, economics, chem, and maths in the HSC I developed a love for numbers and algebra. It may have been a Stockholm syndrome for mathematics but I gained a real enjoyment and sense of accomplishment from discovering the inner workings of a formula or solving a question I had difficulty with. During the HSC I started receiving tutoring (physics, chemistry, and economics), I had passionate tutors who took the time to sit down and explain concepts in ways that my teachers hadn't and my marks improved greatly. I want an opportunity to provide the same experience to others.

### My Strengths as Tutor πͺ

I have a strong understanding of mathematics as reflected in my HSC result.
After doing physics I have gained strong Algebraic skills and an understanding of real-world applications of mathematics and a larger range of tools by which to explain concepts. (I want to give strong explanations of concepts that I wasn't always provided and needed to seek out)
I'm patient
I'm punctual
I in a genuine sense want my students to succeed and want to be able to be the person to provide this.

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

I think aside from year 12 the most important thing a tutor can do is make a student love a subject. When someone loves a subject and appreciates it they'll work harder and more frequently to further progress themselves and become more intimate with it. Love is developed through success (positive reinforcement) and understanding (satisfaction that comes with greater knowledge).
Over the years I've had many excellent teachers who have made me love their subjects. I want the chance to be the teacher who gives students this feeling.
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### Tutoring students in π¦ π§

- grade 5
- grade 6
- grade 7
- grade 8
- grade 9
- grade 10