Welcome to Lilts Tutoring

⭐ Maths Specialist

⭐ 99.95

⭐ James Ruse, USyd Med

⭐ 99 UCAT

You should see my teaching system to understand why I'm different, please contact me for a free trial lesson.

📌 About Paul

Hi. I'm Paul. I'm currently studying medicine at the University of Sydney.

I'm not just a regular private tutor. I have prepared a complete course with lesson materials and past papers comparable to a top-level tutoring centre.

My credentials are:

- ATAR : 99.95

- HSC Subjects : 3U Maths (99), 4U Maths (98), Chemistry (96), Physics (96), English (96), Modern History (96)

- UCAT : 3260 (99 Percentile, Verbal Reasoning : 830)

- James Ruse Agricultural High School Dux of Year 11 and 12

- Offered places in 4 Medical Schools : USYD Medicine, UNSW Medicine, WSU Medicine, UQ Medicine

- Currently enrolled in the University of Sydney Double Degree Medicine Program (only 30 students accepted every year, minimum cut-off ATAR 99.95)

How am I different?

📌 How I teach: I make maths fun!

I make maths fun for students so that they become self-motivated learners. To help students, I teach them with analogies, metaphors and models to help them understand the overall picture. With me, students will understand what they didn't understand before. Students will solve what they couldn't solve before. Then, students will start to get higher marks in school and receive the respect of their peers. And this will motivate them to study harder to stay at the top. Also I and my students write on the same online real-time whiteboard with pen tablets so that the student can study as if the teacher is sitting right next to the student.

📌 What I use: I make all of my resources myself!

- Theory and Drill Questions

Many students learn with thick textbooks which are verbose and poorly organised. But I developed my own content which is intuitive, concise, and easy to understand. Also I developed my own teaching order which is well organized and clearly separates the topics that can easily be confused otherwise.

- Past Papers

I have my own past paper system with detailed written solutions for thousands of questions from top selective and private schools. I have categorized these past paper questions into relavant topics so that the student can easily identify the typical question types within a topic. Also I ensure that students do a proper revision for every question. This means that my students actually improve with every question.

What you can expect

📌 If you come to me at Year 7 or 8, you can expect:

(1) Algebra: The student will be taught high school algebra using separate algebra textbook. This algebra will be continusly revised throughout high school.

(2) Year 7-10 topics: The student will be taught Year 7-10 topics in a concise and easy-to-understand manner. They will go through the Year 7-10 topics several times so that it is vividly alive in their memory.

(3) School Exams: They will solve school past papers together with me so that they are well prepared for school exams and can come top in their grade.

(4) Year 11-12 topics (Advanced, Extension I): Usually by the end of Year 8, my students will learn ahead some easy Advanced HSC maths. They will learn most of calculus during year 9, then they will solve HSC past papers by year 10.

(5) Year 11-12 topics (Extension II): For the students who wants to study Extension II (4 unit) maths, they will start learning theory in year 10. They will then finish the first round of past papers by the end of year 10.

(6) Expectation by the end of Year 11: By the end of year 11, my students will have learnt all the required HSC theory and solved the relevant past papers at least 1-3 times.

(7) Expectation during Year 12: In Year 12, my students will maintain their maths skills with past papers and can spend more time on other subjects or UCAT.

📌 If you come to me at Year 9 or 10, you can expect:

(1) Year 9-10 topics: The student will be taught Year 9-10 topics in a concise and easy-to-understand manner. They will go through the Year 9-10 topics several times so that it is vividly alive in their memory.

(2) School Exams: They will solve school past papers together with me so that they are well prepared for school exams and can come top in their grade.

(3) Year 11-12 topics (Advanced, Extension I): Usually by the end of Year 9, my students will learn ahead some easy Advanced HSC maths. My students will learn most of calculus during year 10, then they will solve HSC past papers by year 11.

(4) Year 11-12 theory (Extension II): For the students who wants to study Extension II (4 unit) maths, they will start learning theory in year 10. They will then finish the first round of past papers by the end of year 11.

(5) Expectation by the end of Year 11: By the end of year 11, my students will have learnt all the required HSC theory and solved the relevant past papers at least once.

(6) Expectation during Year 12: In Year 12 my students will polish their maths skills with past papers and can spend more time on other subjects or UCAT.

📌 If you come to me at Year 11 or 12, you can expect:

(1) School Exams: They will solve school past papers together with me so that they are well prepared for school exams and can come top in their grade.

(2) Year 11-12 topics (Advanced, Extension I): I will quickly check your pre-existing knowledge and finish the theory as soon as possible. Then we will go directly into the past papers.

(3) Year 11-12 topics (Extension II): For the students who wants to study 4 unit, I will quickly go through the theory first and go through 4 unit past papers.

(4) Expectation by the end of Year 11: By the end of year 11, my students will have solved at least 1 round of Advanced and Extension I past papers and at least one round of Priority questions from Extension II maths.

(5) Expectation during Year 12: In Year 12 my students sill solve multiple rounds of Advanced, Extension I, Extension II past papers to improve their exam technique.

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

📌 FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

- Online tutoring: Can students focus during online tutoring? How are you going to see what the student is doing?

(Answer) No worries. I and my students write on the same online real-time whiteboard with Japanese pen tablets so that the student can study as if the teacher is sitting right next to the student.

- Memory: I seemed to forget what I have learnt quite quickly. What should I do?

(Answer) No worries. I do many rounds of the math topics. Unlike other tutors where they teach the topics just one time. I teach the same topic several times in (1) theory and drill questions (2) past paper round 1 (3) past paper round 2 (4) past paper round 3 (5) final mock and trial preparation. Also, the theory is revised for every question. Your memory will be progressively strengthened throughout the 5 repetitions of the course.

- Algebra: I am quite confused with algebra rules. Often I move the numbers in wrong order and wrong operator.

(Answer) No worries. As soon as you join me, I first check with your algebra and if I find a problem, I teach you the proper algebra technique with a separate Singaporean algebra textbook. Algebra is quite important even in HSC maths. If your algebra is bad, you'll lose many marks even if you understand the topics because your working out and answers are all wrong!

- Problem Solving: I can do the simple drill questions well but I cannot solve the problem solving questions. Whenever I see those questions I blank out.

(Answer) No worries. That is because you haven't learned how to analyze the question using tabulating or diagramming. Once you know how to map this out in the structured form, it'll feel like a breeze.

- Ahead study: I'm not sure if my child can study ahead of school progress.

(Answer) No worries. I always adjust the speed individually. I take care so that the student fully understands the topic and doesn't lose interest because it feels difficult. If the student feels that a topic is difficult, I adjust the speed and wait until the student has fully adapted to the topic and is ready to learn the next topic. I have used this technique for my students many times in the past, and I have found that most students can study comfortably ahead of school progress.

- Medicine: I want to send my child to medicine but I don't know how to.

(Answer) No worries. Medicine entry is not just about getting a high ATAR. It involves many different kinds of preparation. I will guide you step by step on how to prepare for medicine including UCAT and interview preparation.

Lessons and Tuition

📌 Fees (/hour, for 1-to-1 lessons)

Year 7-10 : $80

Students starting Year 11:

Maths Advanced and Extension I (2 and 3 unit) : $80

Maths Extension 2 (4 unit) : $90

Students starting Year 12:

Maths Advanced and Extension I (2 and 3 unit) : $90

Maths Extension 2 (4 unit) : $100

* Small Group: $60

Contacts

📌 Contacts

Please contact me for a free phone consultation and a free trial lesson.

- Phone : 0434 620 121

- Email : liltstutoring@gmail.com

Thank you.