Unfortunately not every school teacher is a good match for every student. Often the student might develop the sense that they are not smart because they don't understand their teacher's approach, but often it's just a bad match. No teacher is a perfect teacher for every single student, especially students who might need a tailored approach. A private English tutor can help. It's truly...
Unfortunately not every school teacher is a good match for every student. Often the student might develop the sense that they are not smart because they don't understand their teacher's approach, but often it's just a bad match. No teacher is a perfect teacher for every single student, especially students who might need a tailored approach. A private English tutor can help.
It's truly incredible the way in which one explanation creates that "aha" moment whereas another creates confusion. Our service is all about finding you the "right" tutor, not the "best" tutor. A local Ultimo English tutor will not only connect well with your child but they will be able to offer explanations in such a manner that your child just "gets it". This is what we do.
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The proof is always in the action, to get an idea of how tutoring works in practice check out some feedback from tutors. Typically tutors focus on strategies needed to make progress, what's going well and what needs improvement. Of course, every tutor has their own unique style that is tailored to your child's specific needs.
Monique has greatly improved in the mathematical side of physics and seems to have learnt all the tricks of these types of questions and has learnt to pick up when the final answer doesn't seem right.
In general Jake seems to be interested and work well at questions he understands but quickly loses focus and interest when a question is not immediately easy for him; Jake will need to learn to improve his focus so that he can keep up in class and build a little perseverance as it is unlikely that he will always immediately grasp something. Jake also needs to improve on remembering how to do questions and the steps involved. This will come from a better understanding of the questions in general.
Oliver needs to revise terminologies related to circles. For example, arc, segment, sector, radius, and diameter. He also needs to continue practice multiplying decimal numbers. Oliver needs to strengthen his knowledge of key maths terminologies, especially those related to parts of the circle. He also needs to continue practicing decimal multiplication.
Ryan has been great. Jordon is already understanding more of the content which is fantastic. His words were "Ryan explains things much better than my teacher, so I understand it better."
All is going well with David. He is always on time and explaining things well with Ella. They are working through her math book and things are moving forward which is great. She will continue with a tutor once she starts school in Malaysia.
Thank you for your email. Ben and David are working well together and it appears that the working relationship is positive. Interestingly, Ben has instantly been able to move to working with David as both David and Ben have in common the same secondary school that Ben is currently going to. So while David attended the school some years prior to Ben, and much has change, they were still able to compare experiences about the school which helped start them working constructively. We are very satisfied with continuing with David.