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Testimonials from past students and parents

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“I was considering dropping physics – it is now my best subject. The difference Tammy has made is phenomenal, she has given me a passion for the subject”.

Justin Cheung (Yr 12 Sydney Grammar 2011, represented Australia, obtaining a bronze medal, at the international physics olympiad 2011. Justin is now studying physics and engineering at MIT, http://www.mit.edu/~justinjc/resume.html.)

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“Finding Tammy was some very lucky chance for my son. Tammy ought to be rated one in a million as a teacher. She is capable of teaching the concepts in a logical and interesting way that few teachers in her area can”.

Jenny Lou (Mother of Justin)

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“Thank you so much!!! You are the most dedicated and amazing teacher! It is a pity you can't be cloned (yet) to teach other subjects as well!”.

Sheila N (Mother of a year 12 Sydney Grammar student 2015)

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“I chose Tammy for my HSC tuition as she is such a dedicated teacher and answers all your questions. She also completes the required practicals in class so you don't need to rely on your school. Lessons are always enjoyable!”.

Vaishnavi Calisa (Dux NSGHS 2014, ATAR 99.95, Now studying advanced science/medicine at the University of Sydney)

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“Tammy's teaching style is unmatched when it comes to mastering both the HSC and Australian Science Olympiad for Physics - a special point to note is her balanced focus on theoretical and practical components. The practicals are amazing; the amount of time, effort and attention-to-detail she has placed into this particular aspect is something that I can't thank her enough for”.

Kevin Y (Top of physics, Dux, Arden Anglican school, 2015)

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“I was always interested in physics, but was never willing to push for any real goal. After joining Fathoming Physics I finally saw a goal and with Tammy's help I earned a gold medal in the Australian Physics Olympiad competition and have been chosen as one of 8 students to represent Australia at the Asian physics olympiad in 2016.”.

Daniel Madden (year 12 2016, Epping Boys High School)

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Questions? Email: tammy@fathomingphysics.com.au