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last rated 12th Feb '18
Matthew helped me achieve a desired score in my recent assessment task. Really satisfied with his services, highly recommend him.Steph Mento, 1 year ago
I recently graduated from St. Bernard's College in Essendon where I achieved an ATAR of 95+ and awarded a place in the 2017 VCE Top Ten Academic Performers of the College. I have an extremely strong passion for Chemistry, obtaining a strong study score of 46 in the subject for my VCE year. I also studied Food Studies where I attained a score of 45. I am also able to tutor in Maths Methods and Further Maths as well as English - especially for St. Bernard's students as the books are the same.
I frequently communicated my understanding in Chemistry, Maths, English and Food Studies to my peers, which I found to be beneficial to all involved including myself. I will be patient and considerate with you when attempting to teach you concepts that you are finding difficult to understand, and will change my teaching approach to accommodate your individual needs. My personal VCE notes can be provided to you for reference at no additional cost to you if you wish to consult them.
I also scored 36 and 42 in Maths Methods and Further Maths respectively as well as a 39 in English. So if you need help with these subjects too, I'd be happy to give it a go. I know how scary Calculus can be!
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