Sunday, May 27, 2018

Looking for a Physics Tutor in Singapore?


It is time, or almost time, for summer break from school for most of us. That is true for K-12 or college, unless you are like my oldest, who just graduated with his AA and is taking summer classes, moving right on into his Bachelor's Degree (congrats, son!). My oldest is like me, and has a natural bent for academics. He also, unlike me, has a wonderful bent for being able to fix anything that's in front of him (oh how I wish there was tutoring for that!).



In her 1st year of college
My daughter, who is very smart, does not seem to yet have a bent for college. She hasn't out and out said it, but I don't think she likes going. I wouldn't be surprised if she got her AA and stopped until later in her life. She is also a young lady who is full of surprises, so we shall see. I personally wish she'd go into cosmetology or something artsy, since that's what she loves and is inherently good at (maybe even design, which I bet would be easy for her too). She just has a knack for making things pretty. She also has an amazing singing voice and can dance like nobody's business.

My point? People are just naturally great at some things and with others they need to ask for help. One of the most challenging subjects for a good number of students in high school or college, is physics! Struggling through it just doesn't make any good sense at all, when life would be so much easier if you just hired a physics tutor! It doesn't make you less smart to hire a tutor, it makes you smarter, both literally and in terms of being brilliant enough to ask for help when you know you need it.


Good tutoring can help propel your education at a faster rate. It's worth taking the time to investigate, that's for sure! For my readers in Singapore, finding a physics tutor can be done here. For those of you outside of Singapore, poke around a little and I bet you'll find great success locating a quality tutor as well! Good luck to those of you struggling with any subject, but especially physics which I know for a fact, can be really can be tough! And for those of you taking the summer off, file this info. for later, and enjoy your extended holiday!

14 comments:

Sandee said...

We each find our own way. It has to be our own way though. Doing something we love is key.

Have a fabulous day. ♥

Elephant's Child said...

You are so right about physics. My mother and my youngest brother fought over which of them would do my physics homework. I let them.

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Rosey - it's so right ... we all are unique and we need to have the courage to pursue our passions. A good basic education is essential - but hopefully we should be encouraged to try and follow our dreams ... I'm sure your daughter will do really well - sounds like she has the talents.

Great your two sons are very capable and able too ... Happy Memorial Day weekend - and oh! if I was in Singapore ... I'd be happy to have a physics tutor - cheers Hilary

Pat Hatt said...

Yeah, people are naturally good at things and need help with others indeed. That help can make them good at things too, if they so want. Psychics, I sucked at it haha

Victor Step said...

This reminded me of how bad I was in physics in high school and how useful it would have been to have a tutor then! :D

Binky said...

Physics is fun! Is too often gets a bad rap.

Sweet Southern Savings said...

My first time "tutoring" was in second grade when I got to help a new student form Thailand learn English. Later, I worked as a accounting tutor at my college while attending and the look on a student's face who had been struggling when they finally grasp the work was so satisfying. Over the years I have worked as a substitute teacher and homeschooled several of my children. Getting the help of someone who is fluent in a field gives the student the best opportunity to succeed.

Charli Bruce said...

I think being able to find an easily accessible tutor especially for something like physics is wonderful, it can be a tough subject!

David Elliott - The Single Dad's Guide to Life said...

I know I had some bad teachers in college where good tutoring would have made up for some of my problems. I struggled and had to go back and find myself after such a bad teacher. Sounds like a great service in tutoring though.

MadLibMom said...

Physics is such a great subject! I hope your daughter enjoys her studies. Great advice about finding a tutor! It certainly is worth taking the time to investigate.

Meagan Emmons said...

My daughter is in fifth grade and has a tutor for math. She is my artist child. Every person has their strengths and weaknesses and its great to find help when you need it

Lavanda Michelle said...

Physical science was never a good subject for me. I think I got a low B in that class. This is such a wonderful offer! Thanks for sharing. :)

Theresa Mahoney said...

I probably could have used a physics tutor when I was in school. It certainly wasn't my best subject. It's nice that there are resources out there that are so easy to find to ask for help. In my school days, it was a lot harder to know where to look and ask for help.

1AlwaysNYC 1 said...

Your children have a wonderful mom that recognizes that you each have your own strengths and differences.