Experienced and qualified physics tutor?

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Experienced and qualified physics tutor?

Postby prettycure » Fri Sep 23, 2011 2:36 am

My son claimed that taking physics was a regret because he simply can't get A1 when combined with chemistry and those taking Biology has an advantage over him.However, I hope someone can prove him wrong and help him to achieve his target because his school tutor was assigned to teach physics when her major is chemistry.She told him that his physics is even better than hers in her secondary school days.Well I hope someone with the experience and expertise can help him to dismiss this myth and his interest is not waived because of bad teaching.
Those capable of taking such a tall order/challenge ,kindly provide your contact through the reply channel.
Thanks

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Re: Experienced and qualified physics tutor?

Postby Tutor21 » Wed Sep 28, 2011 3:06 pm

At 'O' lvls it is almost never the subj that makes the difference. It is usually the way the subject is learnt. Being exam smart and tailoring the way you study each individual subject will outperform someone who just keeps hitting the books without a plan.

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