Often when I am tutoring I like to provide guidance for my students without answering the questions for them, I will explain questions and concepts and then let them have a go at answering the question themselves before I step in to explain how I would attack the question. I find that the best way to help students is by making them feel good about their small achievements as it helps them to keep their motivation up, and want to keep learning.
I am a Law student at the University of Adelaide. I completed the QCE (Queensland Certificate of Education) in 2015, In grade 12 I took Chemistry, Physics, Maths B (Methods) and Maths C (Specialist) as well as English and Art. I currently am working as a tutor at Walford, and I also worked as a tutor for six months in Singapore on my gap year.
As I said before I have my high school certificate and am currently at university in the process of acquiring a Bachelor of Law and a Bachelor of Media double degree. I received an OP 4 when I graduated which roughly transfers to an ATAR of 94.75 and was in the top 25 students of my grade at the school I attended. In my life, I have moved around a lot so I am great at adapting to new situations and can try and help my students to do the same.
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