Chemistry is hardly boring, with concepts vividly brought to life through interesting experiments in lab and through day-to-day observations of simple phenomena. But, the sheer amount of memory work required in definitions, equations, structures, formulas is daunting.
Besides the usual teaching of concepts, going through questions to reinforce and test understanding, tutors can help students construct mindmaps or create notes. By compiling them in an orderly way, it's easier to recall them when you need to. This is especially useful for visual learners.
There are some common areas in Chemistry that students struggle with, like Organic Chemistry, Mole Concept, Bondings, Periodic Table, Reactions. Teachers in school may not be able to go through them over and over again to clear all the questions in the students' mind. With 1-to-1 attention from the tutor, these topics can explored again and again with different types of questions.
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It used to be that questions from ten-year-series re-appear in similar fashion in the final exams, but it is increasingly not the case. In the last decade, the questions are moving away from requiring pure memory work, to application questions that require students to understand the underlying concepts well. Memorization is just the first step to scoring well at Chemistry.