What do I enjoy most about tutoring? 😁
What I enjoy most about tutoring is the capacity for me to transfer my own hard work, knowledge and experience to others who may be struggling, thus enabling them to appreciate the subject as I do.
My Strengths as Tutor 💪
I just finished my HSC in 2019, meaning that my subject knowledge and skillset is still fresh in my mind. I am also extremely patient because I know how hard it is personally to understand difficult concepts immediately and how being frustrated will never be the solution in properly educating someone. Additionally, I am adept at proofreading and giving detailed feedback on corrections, especially in English essays and Chemistry and Biology extended responses.
Most important things I can do for a student 🏅
The most important things a tutor can do for a student, apart from obvious educational improvements, is to provide a nonjudgemental support network as well as cultivating a growth mindset for the student to see more rapid results and instill within them a positive outlook on learning. A tutor's availability and connection to the student should not only be one on one, but also over email or other digital formats in order to ensure that the student attains the highest quality tutoring service possible, as communication is pivotal to the progress a student makes in their academic endeavours.
Subjects Tutored 🎓

Chemistry tutoring

Maths tutoring

Biology tutoring

English tutoring
Exam Prep 📝
 Naplan tutoring
 HSC tutoring
Tutoring students in 👦 👧
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Recent Tutoring Comments:
 knowing how to graph logs.  knowing the process of inverse function calculations.
 knowing how to graph logs.  knowing the process of inverse function calculations.
 remembering log laws.  using the DOC method for chem questions.
 understanding the different forces that affect bond strength.  melting, boiling points  understanding the inverse relationship between frequency and ...
 understanding the different forces that affect bond strength.  melting, boiling points  understanding the inverse relationship between frequency and wavelength, as well as UV, IR and visible light.
 remembering the different interactions between bonds in ionic lattices, metallic structures and covalent networks.  remembering chemical formula and equations, especially when polyatomic ions bond with other polyatomic ions.
 applying the strategies I taught her last week.  understanding the difference in molecular polarity and bond strength, and how that affects its state.  ...
 applying the strategies I taught her last week.  understanding the difference in molecular polarity and bond strength, and how that affects its state.  understanding the methodology for binomial theorem calculations.
 understanding the unit circle.  knowing what occurs in each quadrant for trig. Also the relationship between each type of angle.
 categorising subjects, identifying areas for improvement.
 categorising subjects, identifying areas for improvement.
 remembering the techniques we have gone over and following through with them.