Yes, you should probs still consider Ngo and sons for math as they cater to pretty much any studentHi cham176,
thank you for the advice. As i do not go to a very high ranked school (my schools rank is around 150-170) , should i still consider Ngo and sons?
and as of chem i will definitely look into those.
A bit late but I hope it would be alright to provide my two cents; I attend NGO and Sons for Mathematics Extension 1 (as a selective student), and Matrix for Chemistry (also had a 'trial lesson' with Mathematics Extension 1 of sorts with them but never continued with them lol)Hi all, i was wondering which tutoring is best out of NGO and sons and Matrix for
1) maths extension 1
i am in year 11
Yeah I've heard stuff like that, heard he was pretty good. Mid-last year, though, I attended the Accelerated Chemistry program (starts halfway through Year 10 I think, at the Parramatta campus) and I had this teacher who just graduated from high school; that seemed not too enthusiastic about it, and just read off from the slides. So I guess it depends on which teacher you get.If you get Mr Andrew Lam from Ngo&Sons Chemistry, you're set. He's GOATed at teaching, answering your questions and is prepared.