Whether your son or daughter is specialising in one particular science for an A-Level, or if they have to learn across the board in Physics, Chemistry and Biology for their GCSE exams, it could pay dividends for them to learn at home or on the internet via a private tutor.
If you feel that your child would benefit from additional tutoring in a science subject but can't manage the logistics (such as getting back in time to meet the home tutor or being unable to give your child a ride to a designated place) then you might want to consider an online private tuition course rather than an in-person one. This gives you much more flexibility and is less intimidating for some pupils who may be reluctant to engage with a stranger on a one to one basis about their learning needs.
Most kids are very internet savvy and most homes have a fast connection, so getting science tutors online is no problem. It also means that your teenager can interact with a tutor in a way that they are comfortable with, plus it's all instant and in real time, as if they were having the tutoring session in person.
For difficult subjects within science, having a private science tutor online can help a great deal as there will be instant access to diagrams, charts and pictures to go with the theory and it can all be saved on the family computer too. If you think this might be an option for you, get on that very same computer and look us up for more information.
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