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    No need to double post, as you have already posted in the AoS Forum

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    Quote Originally Posted by xvelidras
    Terry Lee is the tops for 4u =)
    Highly recommended. He's also avaliable at Pre-Uni Strathfield, but unless you have a scholarship there, you should go to his bankstown classes
    Where exactly is his bankstown classes?

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    http://www.hsccoaching.com/

    Check this website

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    Does Terry Lee do individual classes?, it doesnt say on the site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by STx
    Does Terry Lee do individual classes?, it doesnt say on the site.
    Probably not, but you could probaby ask him in person if he offers one-on-one tuition.

    Anyway, in my opinion, Prior is the best tutoring college!
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    Do you go to Prior Riviet? What subjects do you do there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riviet
    Probably not, but you could probaby ask him in person if he offers one-on-one tuition.

    Anyway, Prior is the best tutoringc college!
    Yes, but he only has one student that does one to one tutoring. He has like 6 yr 12 maths classes and one yr 11 class. Ring his mobile number.
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    Quote Originally Posted by housemouse
    Do you go to Prior Riviet? What subjects do you do there?
    Of course I go to Prior , I'm doing extension 1 & 2 maths there.

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    I would go to Prior, but its too far for me, do u live near Prior, Riviet?
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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Does Tipps have a website? or anyone know what they charge for 3u maths??

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by anony
    Does Tipps have a website? or anyone know what they charge for 3u maths??
    well .. i currently go to tipps myself and it`s 120 dollars for 4 weeks i.e. $30 a lesson. however, the fees vary depending if u have extra holiday lessons or exams. as for the website .. don`t think i`ve heard or known about it before ! but yes, the most popular tutoring colleges at my school are currently tipps, preuni and dr du .. which is at hurstville =) .. now i just need to find a really really good english tutor ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimmeh
    I heard tomatec is really good, though the people i know that went there didnt do well in the end.

    Prior is way to expensive, if you can get a hand on their notes, that would be enough already!

    Has anyone heard of TIPS at Yagoona? Half of my friends went there. They all did super well-apart from the fact that they had to do a test to get into to the coaching college and they were mostly selctive school students....

    For maths, I went to Terry Lee (Author of Advanced mathematics, 4unit) I thought he was a terrific tutor and he improved me by 10 marks in the HSC for ME1. I was very happy with that.
    Which subjects are the notes of Prior useful? IMO, tipps is very good for maths, but you have to be in the top classes.

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    tipps is pretty good..i go there

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    ^ For North Shore area there is Prior but the fees are about $2000-$4000ish and the style is they give you booklets and you have to complete them and page but page tutoring with the class.

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    yeh why dont you have a poll instead... as if someone is gonna read all the posts to find out the best tutor i dont know who you are but i think you are retarded

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    hey
    can u plz give me the contact details for tipps, prior and tomatec and also what years and subjects they specialise in...also who nos any tute for japanese and r they good?
    thanx

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    I have been at NumberWorks for the past two years...went from failing (half-yearly) to 93% in SC, only doing general maths and am blonde (!!!) but am understanding math so much more.....I think they have places everywhere....??

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Matrix Education (www.matrixeducation.com.au) is really good. Their teachers are all experienced with a doctorate in mathematics. The teaching material is also very useful, way better than school textbooks.

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by zenger69
    I got to Northshore coaching college The Randwick Centre.

    If it wasn't for the Physics Teacher or the English teacher and the centre manager giving me a discount for doing all three subjects at a bargain price.

    The material they give is so CRAP. The physics teacher is the best he goes beyond the material and asks people to bring in questions to do. In English we never use Northshore material but do our own texts.

    Maths course is probably the only decent one.

    The only reason I guess someone would go there, is it is one of a few coaching colleges that use real teachers not uni students.


    Hey dats not true. North shore does employ uni students. they do dat for the maths and science in year 10. North shore parra.

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Mr Gu? You mean the asian guy at Strathfield who has a phd is mathematics and teaches ext 2 math ?

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    Re: Best tutoring colleges

    Quote Originally Posted by totallybord
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    can u plz give me the contact details for tipps, prior and tomatec and also what years and subjects they specialise in...also who nos any tute for japanese and r they good?
    thanx
    I go to tipps... here are the details =D

    Address : 114 Highland Ave. Yagoona NSW 2199
    Phone #: 97938382

    hmm... they also have an email but i duno how often they chek it
    kobskii@tipps.com.au

    they are VERY good for mathmatics if you are in a high class... yes the classes are ranked... in yr 11/12 evry1 wants kobskii because he is the best one they hav for those yrs and for the other yrs the best one is ricky... kobskii for yr 11 onli teaches 11A so u gotta work hard to get into his class and for ricky you gotta generally be in A or A2 (top 2 classes) the rest I don't no... but the other math tutors are also good.
    English is pretti ok at tipps, it did help but not ALOT compared to how much maths helped (their maths is A-grade =d). im not sure about the tutors because all the ones ive had are good but I heard there is one bad one... you also need to be in a fairly high math class to get one of the good english teachers (except for 11/12 its random for these yrs)
    Chemistry/Physics isnt very good... ive onli been to 2 lessons though and i dont reeli like the way they teach... they onli hav one chem/physics teacher

    I personally recommend maths and english at tipps and not so much chem/physics

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    Quote Originally Posted by veesbanh
    I go to tipps... here are the details =D

    Address : 114 Highland Ave. Yagoona NSW 2199
    Phone #: 97938382

    hmm... they also have an email but i duno how often they chek it
    kobskii@tipps.com.au

    they are VERY good for mathmatics if you are in a high class... yes the classes are ranked... in yr 11/12 evry1 wants kobskii because he is the best one they hav for those yrs and for the other yrs the best one is ricky... kobskii for yr 11 onli teaches 11A so u gotta work hard to get into his class and for ricky you gotta generally be in A or A2 (top 2 classes) the rest I don't no... but the other math tutors are also good.
    English is pretti ok at tipps, it did help but not ALOT compared to how much maths helped (their maths is A-grade =d). im not sure about the tutors because all the ones ive had are good but I heard there is one bad one... you also need to be in a fairly high math class to get one of the good english teachers (except for 11/12 its random for these yrs)
    Chemistry/Physics isnt very good... ive onli been to 2 lessons though and i dont reeli like the way they teach... they onli hav one chem/physics teacher

    I personally recommend maths and english at tipps and not so much chem/physics
    I'm in yr 10 and I go to tipps also. English is VERY!! good in yr 11 and 12 if you have Mr Bruce. Mr Bruce is the BEST!!!!!!! !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VuongstER_boi
    I'm in yr 10 and I go to tipps also. English is VERY!! good in yr 11 and 12 if you have Mr Bruce. Mr Bruce is the BEST!!!!!!! !!!
    yr 10... like at school yr 10 or at tipps yr 10 LOLZ yes mr bruce is the best one there... i hav him... hehehe
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    Quote Originally Posted by veesbanh
    yr 10... like at school yr 10 or at tipps yr 10 LOLZ yes mr bruce is the best one there... i hav him... hehehe
    Yr 10 at school. So yr 11 at tipps =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by VuongstER_boi
    Yr 10 at school. So yr 11 at tipps =)
    me too... hmm... im in 11A (at tipps xd) ... you?
    2007
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