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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by helloimyellow View Post
    top 15 or top 10 i think, which is about mid band 6 because our cohort (maybe the entire state?) did pretty well
    I thought he would've done better. Oh well

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Hi my name is Aba and i am the director of Excel Academy which is a newly established home based tuition centre. I Have been tutoring High school students since i graduated in 2011, have completed my bachelors in Medical science and currently studying a Doctor of Physiotherapy. Just a few things i would like to say to answer your question above and convince you about trailing a free class with me:
    +Excel Academy is a small, student centred tuition centre which runs classes that are small, engaging and extremely helpful. I have hundreds and hundreds of resources including, textbooks, notes, previous trial and HSC papers etc. I really do try and make an effort to understand each students weaknesses so that i am able to work with the student and improve on these weaknesses.
    +At this stage in time, unfortunately i offer only some of the subjects and not every HSC subject available. These include, YR 7-10 maths and science, YR 11 & 12 Biology, Chem and senior science and general maths, 2u and 3u. I myself have completed these subjects and obtained exceptional results in the past in both school and university studies.
    For more information/concerns please feel free to contact me on 0451665354. Please remember that as the year comes to an end in a few months, its never too late to improve results. All the best guys!

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by tactic View Post
    We'd like to start things off by asking what you guys think are the best tutoring colleges around??

    * What makes them 'the best' in your eyes?
    * Would you recomend other students go there?
    * What subjects do they teach?
    Hey everyone,

    I think Insight Mathematics is a great place to start your maths tutoring, especially if you are in Year 10 or 11. It has a great philosophy of inspiring learning and independence in maths,which helps you achieve good results. It is also taught by a highly qualified actuary and friendly past HSC students with great results. It currently specialises in teaching Year 10, Preliminary and HSC 2U, 3U and 4U Mathematics.

    Definitely recommend people going there and trialing it out! Check out their facebook page @https://www.facebook.com/insightmaths/

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    hi there,
    i think everyone agrees the phrase "each to their own". but i was just a normal kid in year 8. I joined ngo and sons after leaving peak tuition. Ngo and sons took me to another level. I was going to moorebank, but after meeting mr mai i inspired to go to james ruse. He taught all the ruse kids but he told our class he wants to help dr truong dream to get the local fairfield kids to james ruse.
    A lot of us did, some to sydney boys as well. What i am trying to say is, you need to pick a tutoring center and trust them. I never trusted Mr Le at peak; i didnt even know he was the boss. When i saw Mr mai it trusted him, and it got me very far. I dont have him no more, but before he left he told us he is leaving us in safe hands - and i now i have Dr truong, and honestly, he is just brillant!

    So go to ngo and sons! i think they have a website now
    ngoandsons.com.au

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    when should i begin to start the tutoring?

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    This guide is pretty extensive Good work

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Hi everyone,

    I started a new thread asking about having a tutor for year 7. But no one replied. So I am posting it here again. I tried backreading but I just thought it would be good to update readers about current tutoring colleges. I saw that some of the tutoring colleges mentioned in this thread are already closed.

    On that note, would you recommend a tutor for Year 7? If you do, what is the best tutoring college that would cater for the needs of a Year 7?

    Is Matrix good? Noticed though that they only do Math and English for Year 7, and I think it's expensive at $582 per subject per term. I'll be spending $1164 for only 2 subjects.

    I also checked Talent 100. They are slightly more expensive than Matrix at $600 per subject. Also just Math and English. So $1200 per term for only 2 subjects.

    How about Ngo and Sons? They do Math, English and Science. And I can take all these three subjects for $900 per term if I decide to take all subjects at Ngo and Sons. Cheaper but how's the teaching quality?

    I have not checked James An yet, but I know that they also do offer tutoring for Year 7. I am not sure how much their fees are though - their website does not specify fees - or maybe I just have not seen it.

    Can anyone please share their experience as a Year 7 if you were tutored by these 4 tutoring colleges or any tutoring college for that matter?

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Why don't you just self-study and use the money saved for your tutoring in Yr 10, 11 and 12. Yr 7 is nuthin.
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    There are IB Maths Tutors and there are IB Maths Tutors.

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by somarad View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I started a new thread asking about having a tutor for year 7. But no one replied. So I am posting it here again. I tried backreading but I just thought it would be good to update readers about current tutoring colleges. I saw that some of the tutoring colleges mentioned in this thread are already closed.

    On that note, would you recommend a tutor for Year 7? If you do, what is the best tutoring college that would cater for the needs of a Year 7?

    Is Matrix good? Noticed though that they only do Math and English for Year 7, and I think it's expensive at $582 per subject per term. I'll be spending $1164 for only 2 subjects.

    I also checked Talent 100. They are slightly more expensive than Matrix at $600 per subject. Also just Math and English. So $1200 per term for only 2 subjects.

    How about Ngo and Sons? They do Math, English and Science. And I can take all these three subjects for $900 per term if I decide to take all subjects at Ngo and Sons. Cheaper but how's the teaching quality?

    I have not checked James An yet, but I know that they also do offer tutoring for Year 7. I am not sure how much their fees are though - their website does not specify fees - or maybe I just have not seen it.

    Can anyone please share their experience as a Year 7 if you were tutored by these 4 tutoring colleges or any tutoring college for that matter?
    Might be slightly cheaper to have a one on one tutor or small group tutoring? Some of the larger tutoring college class are quite large.
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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by Drongoski View Post
    Why don't you just self-study and use the money saved for your tutoring in Yr 10, 11 and 12. Yr 7 is nuthin.
    Thank you! You think it's not worth having tutor in Year 7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drongoski View Post
    Why don't you just self-study and use the money saved for your tutoring in Yr 10, 11 and 12. Yr 7 is nuthin.
    Thank you! You think it's not worth having tutor in Year 7?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLIT2014 View Post
    Might be slightly cheaper to have a one on one tutor or small group tutoring? Some of the larger tutoring college class are quite large.
    If I had to choose though, which one here is the best for the needs of a Year 7:

    Matrix
    Talent 100
    Ngo and Sons
    James An

    If you think none of them is good for Year 7 needs, which one then is better than these 4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somarad View Post
    Thank you! You think it's not worth having tutor in Year 7?
    If you self-study in yr 7, you train yourself in self-reliance. If you are able to cope well in your Yr 7 this way, then continue with the next year and the next year until, and if, you find the going hard without additional help. Give it a try.
    1-on-1 Maths Tutoring(IB & HSC): Epping, Beecroft, Eastwood, Carlingford & Beyond
    IB: Maths Studies, Maths SL & Maths HL; HSC: 2U, 3U & 4U
    Highly Qualified & Highly Experienced. Estimated ATAR > 9.995
    There are IB Maths Tutors and there are IB Maths Tutors.

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