Physics tution classes – Who is the best Physics teacher for A/L?

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We are looking for a good physics class for my niece. She lives in Panadura and she is a bright student. She is starting her A/L this year and needs to find good Chemistry and Biology teacher as well.
I would be thankful if anyone can share the information on a good tuition class for A/L biology student in Colombo, Nugegoda or Panadura area. Please name few of them who are good teachers in Physics, Chemistry and biology. My niece is going to a school in Moratuwa.

2 thoughts on “Physics tution classes – Who is the best Physics teacher for A/L?”

  1. Admin says:

    I do not like the mass physics classes which are held in big tuition institutions like Rottary.
    if she lives in Panadura area, I suggest a good teacher in Wadduwa area. She does small classes. She is a teacher in Wadduwa Central College. her name is Susila Jayawardana. This teachers husband also conducts Physics classes during weekends.
    he is also a very good physics teacher.
    The classes are at a hole in their home. This place is closer to Wadduwa Central College.
    Sunil Mendis also a physics teacher who does physics classes in big scale, he owns the Panadura Edics. But his teaching is simple and better suited for average student.

  2. Jason says:

    Professor Rusitha Ukwatta is one of the best physics tutors in Sri Lanka who is producing top students in top ranking schools in the world. Check his website for testimonials and more information:

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