Biology Tutoring

Working with a C3 Education biology tutor means that you can tailor your lessons to cover the right content to prepare for your assessments and finally, the HSC exam. With the new curriculum being introduced to Year 11 students in 2018, it is important to know how this affects your studies. Biology, the study of life and living organisms, is a complex breadth of content that must be covered in a short amount of time. Therefore, after school practice and revision with a biology tutor can help students get on top of work, get ahead of school and stay ahead to achieve their academic goals and HSC marks.

Our Focus

Our biology tutors have excellent experience and expertise in the field, so you can be sure you’re getting the best assistance with your school curriculum. We work with students to provide tailored study programs that cover every aspect of the syllabus outcomes.

Areas of Concentration:

  • Develop time management skills through practice exams
  • Tailored notes and content to fill any knowledge gaps or accelerate your learning
  • Develop understanding of syllabus requirements for assessments and exams
  • Understand the best approach to exam style questions

Proven Results

Student success is proven by achieving a personal best rather than just a final mark. Our students become better global citizens, dedicated learners and respectful individuals. As educators, we foster a ‘growth mindset’ in and beyond the classroom environment. Our success is due to the collaborative approach between school teachers and C3 educators, parents and students. A testament to this is the top ranks achieved by our students in exams and assessments, year on year, as well as students who achieve above and beyond their personal goals.

 

To discuss the needs of your child or to find out more about our biology program and methodology, contact us on 1300 235 437 (1300 C3 KIDS) or click here to complete our Contact Form. One of our staff members will be in touch!

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