The Importance and Benefits of Private Tuition
All Parents want to provide their Child with the best possible education ensuring that they are equipped with the grades they need to pursue their future ambitions.
Every parent that enquires about working with our private tutors is totally dedicated to helping their children achieve the grades they require to get them into their desired universities, colleges or secondary schools.
While some parents take the initiative to devise timetables to ensure their child studies productively, we’ve noticed the increasingly popular option with parents in London is to opt for the experience and expertise knowledge of a professional private tutor.
The Importance of One-to-One Tuition
In recent years private tuition has often been cited as one of the most effective ways of helping students achieve their academic potential. For students struggling with a particular subject it is often difficult for teachers in classrooms to give them the attention and support they need.
However, this is not to imply that the teacher or school is at fault.
In a classroom there are a number of other students and the l teachers have the responsibility to divide their attention amongst all the pupils. They have to keep the students motivated and interested, and ensure that the topics are taught within a certain timeframe so that all subject material has been effectively covered.
The Benefits of One-to-One Tutoring
By opting for private tuition students can benefit from one-to-one attention and personalised lesson plans that specifically address their weaker subject areas. The private tutor will be able to quickly identify which areas of work a student is having trouble with and often by just using an alternative approach, or explaining something in a different way students are able to readily grasp difficult concepts.
Previously, it was only struggling students that would benefit from private tuition, however we’ve seen a change in recent years. Due to the increasingly competitive nature of getting into London’s top schools, colleges and Universities parents tend to seek the added help and assistance of a private tutor. Even for those who are excelling at school, private tuition can be of value, and has proven particularly popular during the time period leading up to the exam season.
Tutors can assist students with exam technique and work with them to fine tune their skills and knowledge to ensure they achieve the grades that they are aiming for.
We’ve found that struggling students are often glad of the chance to have an experienced tutor who has expert knowledge of a particular subject, as well as patience and understanding. Being able to discuss problems outside of the classroom environment is often a lot less daunting than doing so in front of peers. The confidence and resulting success that can be achieved through private tuition is invaluable, particularly when trying to secure a place in their first choice for university.
Students who lack motivation can also benefit from private tuition. No matter how bright and gifted a student is, if they are not willing to put the work in or simply find it difficult to concentrate over long periods of time, they will struggle to perform at their potential during the exams. Revision structure, exam practice and motivational techniques can all be provided by working with a private tutor. These are just examples of how tutors can help students with subject knowledge, confidence, time management and exam technique.
Our private tutors work at a the student’s pace, give personalised attention, understand how they learn and explore the best way to explain difficult topics to them. They work through specific learning obstacles with students, and teach them useful study and exam techniques.
All of our private tutors are experts in their field, have their own materials, make their students feel at ease, are flexible, adaptable and know how to get the very best out of their students. They are all experienced, have taught in schools for at least 3 years and hold a degree in their respective area of teaching.
Whether you are looking for some extra help for your child in a specific subject or you want to ensure that your child is revising effectively, or you even simply think it would be useful for them to have some extra then help, hiring a private tutor could be an excellent choice.
Associate in Science
Chemistry is the science that deals with the identification of the substances of which matter is composed, the investigation of their properties and the ways in which they interact, combine, and change, and the use of these processes to form new substances. Success in chemistry requires a firm grounding across the sciences but especially in physics, mathematics and biology. In addition to the chemistry courses required for all chemistry majors, the MCC chemistry curriculum also offers courses in the analysis of environmental pollutants and forensic chemistry. Under the direction of full-time chemistry faculty, interested students have the opportunity to perform original research and submit results for publication. Students taking part in research will also have the opportunity to forge bonds with faculty at local universities as many of the projects involve interacting with chemistry faculty at a four-year university. Chemistry is known as the Central Science because all science is ultimately related to chemistry. The broad applicability of phenomena and the rigorous methodology of chemistry provide a wide range of careers for chemistry majors. Many of our graduates have careers in medicine, veterinary science, pharmacy, chemistry, engineering and teaching as well as many others.
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Although not required for an AS degree at Mott, students planning on majoring in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering should complete MATH 250 (Multivariable Calculus) and MATH 280 (Differential Equations) either at Mott before transferring or during the first two semesters at the four-year college.
Degree Pathway starting with MATH-145
If you do not place into MATH-170 (Analytic Geometry and Calculus I), please consult this course pathway which begins with MATH-145 (Pre-Calculus) and consult with a faculty member or academic adviser.