What do I enjoy most about tutoring? 😁
I enjoy seeing those I tutor find success and confidence in an area they once dreaded. I have a great passion for academia and also understand that receiving help to overcome learning challenges in a more personal setting can thoroughly improve a students outlook in and enjoyment of a subject. I find it really fulfilling to be part of that solution.
My Strengths as Tutor 💪
As a tutor, I look for multiple ways to teach skills and find the best and most effective way in which a student learns. That kind of flexibility and intuition is a specific strength of mine. My patience and persistence in this process are also virtues I take to the role.
Most important things I can do for a student 🏅
A tutor can do two primarily important things for a student:
1) recognize and modify their teaching approach to consider their student's specific learning style,
2) maintain a friendly yet professional rapport so that the student feels comfortable engaging with the tutor and content.
For myself, these are fundamental qualities a tutor should possess.
Subjects Tutored 🎓

Chemistry tutoring

Maths tutoring

Biology tutoring

Science tutoring

English tutoring
Exam Prep 📝
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Recent Tutoring Comments:
Henry identified his own weakness in calculating area and worked well to improve his application of area formulas for rectangles and rightangles triangles. Henry's ...
Henry identified his own weakness in calculating area and worked well to improve his application of area formulas for rectangles and rightangles triangles. Henry's multiplication of decimals has also greatly improved.
Henry is still struggling to initially recall the formulas for calculating the area of shapes. He is also unconfident in his ability to divide numbers despite spending many lessons on it and him demonstrating capability. Being fluent and confident in his times tables may bolster Henry's confidence in division.
Ruby has a solid knowledge of the content covered in the semester so far and generally recalls the information easily. For her exam, she needs to review the content ...
Ruby has a solid knowledge of the content covered in the semester so far and generally recalls the information easily. For her exam, she needs to review the content and work on fluency to a point that she immediately knows what to do and can complete the questions within the time limit.
Ruby's fluency in calculating interquartile range and outliers could be improved through practice. Additionally, she should learn stockstandard responses for describing data so that she can easily and quickly substitute in the specific data and formulate an answer to exam questions.
Despite needing some encouragement to attempt the questions, Henry has improved in his ability to divide integers and decimals. Henry shows aptitude for estimating ...
Despite needing some encouragement to attempt the questions, Henry has improved in his ability to divide integers and decimals. Henry shows aptitude for estimating the area of shapes and paid great attention in my explanation of long division, asking questions until he understood the concept.
Though his application is good, Henry generally struggles to recall formulas, e.g. the formulas for calculating area. Physical notation of maths is important for retaining information and being capable of recreating systematic steps. This aspect is especially lacking in the current online learning environment. I'd recommend Henry work through Manga High and other set questions on paper for practice purposes as well as keeping an easily accessible account of content covered.
Ruby's ability to calculate linear equations has improved substantially. She is working through her statistical unit well and is accurately retaining knowledge from ...
Ruby's ability to calculate linear equations has improved substantially. She is working through her statistical unit well and is accurately retaining knowledge from previous topics.
Ruby's attention to detail could improve by being careful not to race through work, as happened in this week's quiz. This is particularly important in relation to her statistics unit as ordering individual data points can be tedious and, therefore, it is easy to make errors. Mitigating this tendency to rush by remaining calm and measured is especially helpful in exam situations.