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Isira Parahitiyawa

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98.95
ATAR
WA

MY TUTORING SUBJECTS

Mathematical Methods Year 11-12

Chemistry Year 11-12

Maths Year 5-10

Science Year 5-10

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Broadway nedlands

Daglish

Claremont

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Hey everybody, my name is Isira Parahitiyawa and I am a medical student currently studying at Curtin University. I graduated from Shenton College in 2020 with a Certificate of Distinction, a 98.95 ATAR and a 98th Percentile UCAT.

There was always a lot of pressure for me to do really well in school and I really struggled to hone a study technique in year 11 and 12. So I understand how it feels to have the enormous pressure of year 12 on you, and I know how to make your studies as seamless and easy as possible.

Last year during medical school I finally understood how to study properly and work effectively. My personal goal is to make sure you guys understand the content that is taught in school rather than regurgitate useless facts like “the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell”

I excelled in Chemistry and Mathematics Methods in Year 11 and 12 and placed within the top 5 in my school for both subjects. I understand the trials and tribulations of ATAR in year 12 and I believe I am capable in teaching students to really excel in both subjects.

Furthermore, I can capably tutor Years 5-10 in Mathematics and Science as I did very well in those subjects as well. I do not believe the person that did the best in their ATAR is necessarily the best tutor, since they might have found a study system that works really well for them, but it might not work for you. I have tried (and failed) with pretty much all the study techniques so I know what works and what does not. Trust me I have basically made all the mistakes you can possibly make in Year 12, and one of my goals is to make sure you guys don't do the same.

I also have a wealth of tutoring experience, having privately tutored students for a year now. I have tutored students that had exams in a few days time, students just about to go into Year 11/12 who really wanted help in getting to that next level, students that were falling behind class, and even a year 1 student who wanted help with some maths.

I have learned the importance of reducing burnout, stress and workload in Year 12 as well. I will change up my tutoring style if I feel you are not getting it, because everyone learns differently and what worked for someone else might not work for you. I love the feeling of finally getting a tough concept across and seeing the lightbulb moment as students that were struggling finally understand the concept.

When I am not at uni, I try and stay as far away from med as possible. Instead you might find me at the gym, playing badminton, taking photos or playing with my dog (she’s a Kelpie cross, if you are wondering)

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MY TUTORING SUBJECTS

Mathematical Methods Year 11-12

Chemistry Year 11-12

Maths Year 5-10

Science Year 5-10

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Broadway nedlands

Daglish

Claremont

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Isira Parahitiyawa

98.95
ATAR
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I Studied At

Shenton College

I'm Currently Teaching

Mathematical Methods Year 11-12, Chemistry Year 11-12, Maths Year 5-10, Science Year 5-10

Available Locations

Broadway nedlands, Daglish, Claremont

Hey everybody, my name is Isira Parahitiyawa and I am a medical student currently studying at Curtin University. I graduated from Shenton College in 2020 with a Certificate of Distinction, a 98.95 ATAR and a 98th Percentile UCAT.

There was always a lot of pressure for me to do really well in school and I really struggled to hone a study technique in year 11 and 12. So I understand how it feels to have the enormous pressure of year 12 on you, and I know how to make your studies as seamless and easy as possible.

Last year during medical school I finally understood how to study properly and work effectively. My personal goal is to make sure you guys understand the content that is taught in school rather than regurgitate useless facts like “the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell”

I excelled in Chemistry and Mathematics Methods in Year 11 and 12 and placed within the top 5 in my school for both subjects. I understand the trials and tribulations of ATAR in year 12 and I believe I am capable in teaching students to really excel in both subjects.

Furthermore, I can capably tutor Years 5-10 in Mathematics and Science as I did very well in those subjects as well. I do not believe the person that did the best in their ATAR is necessarily the best tutor, since they might have found a study system that works really well for them, but it might not work for you. I have tried (and failed) with pretty much all the study techniques so I know what works and what does not. Trust me I have basically made all the mistakes you can possibly make in Year 12, and one of my goals is to make sure you guys don't do the same.

I also have a wealth of tutoring experience, having privately tutored students for a year now. I have tutored students that had exams in a few days time, students just about to go into Year 11/12 who really wanted help in getting to that next level, students that were falling behind class, and even a year 1 student who wanted help with some maths.

I have learned the importance of reducing burnout, stress and workload in Year 12 as well. I will change up my tutoring style if I feel you are not getting it, because everyone learns differently and what worked for someone else might not work for you. I love the feeling of finally getting a tough concept across and seeing the lightbulb moment as students that were struggling finally understand the concept.

When I am not at uni, I try and stay as far away from med as possible. Instead you might find me at the gym, playing badminton, taking photos or playing with my dog (she’s a Kelpie cross, if you are wondering)

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