Get a Chemistry Tutor
Science is an ideal subject for school students to learn as they are naturally curious. Chemistry allows students to view and perceive the world differently and with an increased knowledge foundation.
Society and knowledge cannot be separated into two distinct entities as the two are indispensable and coherent. As with mathematics, there is no fast or quick fix when preparing for chemistry exams, this is why having a Chemistry Tutor can help.
Chemistry can be challenging, especially when under pressure along with other subjects. Getting a chemistry tutor early in the year will help the student get and remain on track, providing them the freedom to explore the intricacies of both physics and chemistry alike and to find their liking in the subject in a more natural way.
How can a Chemistry Tutor help?
The value of chemistry in school and getting a chemistry tutor cannot be overstated, especially in South Africa today and especially if you or your child is interested in the STEM fields (Science, Technology, Eningeering and Mathematics).
Many university courses require physics (and chemistry) and admission for courses like engineering, biology, actuarial sciences and many more require that the learner have passed physics and chemistry well at school.
It may be surprising to find that subjects like maths and science are also required for entrance into ‘non-science’ courses at university.
A chemistry tutor can help with guiding you or your child as they are likely already studying in the STEM fields. Such a chemistry tutor can also provide valuable real-world information as to what can be expected.
Thus it is very important to check the subject requirements at university before deciding not to take physics and chemistry.
It is also well known that some of the greatest artists were all great mathematicians. Being good at maths and physics is many times an indication of someone who can be very creative.
Understanding physics and chemistry takes hard work and effort, ask the people who have studied, and are currently studying it.
Physics and chemistry can be observed every day, how cars move, what our soaps and detergents and comprised of, how sound travels, how molecules bond, why chemicals act the way they do and more! Taking all of this into consideration we can see that chemistry and doing well in chemistry is very important.
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