I guage where the level of current knowledge and skill is first, then start covering concepts from there. There is nothing wrong with not understanding concepts, I believe it’s just because there hasn’t been someone who can teach in the style you learn in.
I am a student at University of Sydney doing Bachelor of Science/ Doctor of Dentistry, and I am good in Math and the Sciences (Chem and Bio). I’m from Singapore, well-known for its rigorous education, which explains my good foundation for the subjects I teach. I have previously tutored my cousin in math, and am often the one explaining concepts to my course mates. I am clear in my delivery and patient in guiding you, so don't be worried if you do not have a good foundation.
Rates may differ depending on number of tutees, but feel free to discuss that with me.
Kai Li has every quality that makes her a 5 star teacher. She is kind and patient when teaching on how to solve difficult maths questions. She makes maths not so dull and she is a punctual, responsible teacher.
I've known her ever since day 1 of university. She's definitely reliable, trustworthy, knowledgable, patient, and comprehensible. People say not everyone who is clever is capable of teaching but she definitely has both the intelligence and teaching skills.
Kai Li breaks down difficult concepts into simpler and more concise parts - making learning much more enjoyable! She is also very knowledgeable and has helped me understand all sorts of problems that I have encountered in the course of my studies.
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