Private maths tutors that come to you

If you are looking for a maths tutor in Belgrave South, VIC you came to the right place! We have 26 maths tutors carefully selected to help achieve your child's academic goals. Our tutors do not only teach specific content, they help students to become strong, capable learners so they can eventually succeed on their own. Parents seek help for all sorts of reasons, be it general support with comprehension, keeping up with the class or achieving a target grade in specific...

If you are looking for a maths tutor in Belgrave South, VIC you came to the right place!

We have 26 maths tutors carefully selected to help achieve your child's academic goals. Our tutors do not only teach specific content, they help students to become strong, capable learners so they can eventually succeed on their own. Parents seek help for all sorts of reasons, be it general support with comprehension, keeping up with the class or achieving a target grade in specific exams. That's why we offer a tailored solution centered around your specifc needs.

So, how does it work? The tutor will come to any location around Belgrave South or the surrounding suburbs at a time and day that works for you. The first hour works as a trial just to make sure you're happy with your tutor. If you're not happy we won't charge you and will organise someone else for you to have a trial with.

As our name suggests @ Ezy Math Tutoring we want to keep things easy for you. That's why we offer simple hourly rates. There are no contracts, booking fees, minimum tutoring requirements or cancellation costs. Simple!

Since 2011 we have helped thousands of students all over Australia. You can check out some of our success stories here. We hope to have the priviledge of helping your child too. To take your first step complete the enquiry for to speak with one of our consultants or just call us @ 1300 312 354

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I think a tutor not only needs to bring the student to understanding the content, but also inspire them to continue to go deeper into the content, by explaining how they can use the content they learned to understand the world better. As a tutor I am very enthusiastic and energetic which I use to keep the students engaged in the topic. I am also…

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The tutor could make the student more comfortable with the topic at hand and put him at ease, and make the student understand that going through difficulty when learning is perfectly normal. My strengths are patience, commitment, being as approachable and friendly as I can, and willingness to listen to doubts and issues from the people I'm…

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The most important thing I can teach a student is how they best learn. Every student is different and the key for success is understanding what methods to use for study, and how to trigger their self-motivation and discipline. Working to their strengths and being aware of their weaknesses is a sure strategy to putting their best self forward, in…

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I am confident, patient and kind. I enjoy working with kids and I like learning and also knowing I've helped someone else learn something new. I feel I can pass on my motivation to students, as well as the importance of having a positive mindset- especially as you approach senior years in high school. I'm encouraging and I feel that I have the…

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Tutoring for me isn't just giving the student content that they need to learn in their subject, but to be a role model that they can look towards. My tutoring would not only help them in school but hopefully in their lives as well. I don't want to just be another random person in their lives but to nurture them so that one day they look back and…

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A tutor must be able to evaluate the teaching techniques which are most effective and suited to the individual. They must be able to adapt to the student's learning pace and style to help the student strive to achieve their goals. I can support and encourage students to always do their best in whatever task they encounter. By increasing…

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There are a variety of things that makes a tutor stand out and become a real teacher. One is to let the student feel comfortable enough for them to ask questions that they might feel is a basic question. Instilling confidence in them to explore without hesitation and fear is important in the students development. This will help them face their own…

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The student needs to know that you are always there and will always support them in their endeavours. Patient, Hard working, Able to be contacted at any time, Experienced, Extremely knowledgeable of the subject…

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To improve a studentâ€™s level of knowledge. To help him when there is a misconception, or failure to conceptualize. To teach him methodologies and skills of study. For instance, what to put in an answer, and what to leave out, which is a common problem for most people. My depth of knowledge of a master degree in mech. Eng. I taught…

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Understanding the student and the problems that they are having and then explaining the concepts thoroughly in a manner the student can understand, is the most important thing I can do for a student. I aim to ensure the student is confident in their own ability to know not only how to answer a question, but the key underlying concepts of the…

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First and foremost, the tutor needs to help the student fully understand all the core concepts. Comprehending the underlying logic and reasoning in mathematical concepts, and the skill to be able to apply these to problems, are necessary for success in mathematics. After that comes exam or test-specific advice: what working markers expect, how to…

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To be supportive and assist in their learning, and help them find the best way to study I think i'm very encouraging when I teach and I also do my best to help students find the answers themselves instead of just giving them answers consistently. I'm very patient with students and know that school is hard and they aren't going to know everything.…

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Being open to answering any questions that is why it is important for the tutor to know their level and teach the stuff they are confident with. I also being that the tutor should be able to empower the students and be able to talk to them at a friendly level. Being able to communicate with the student at a friendly level and pinpointing their…

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The most important things for a tutor to do for a student is making sure students are understanding concepts and tracking their progress. This can mean explain concepts differently, rectifying issues with their work, provide extra work and making sure they ask questions. Tutors also need to make sure they track the progress of students to see…

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The most important concept of tutoring is that not only should the tutor act as a teacher but also provide motivation and encouragement to the student. The tutor should prove to the student that they can make progress with practise, discipline and smart study habits. Another important key skill is identifying a students weakness and nurturing it…

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A tutor must be able to connect with the student on many different levels whilst in the mean time also convey the concepts and ideas of the curriculum. I also believe that the tutor has a subjective responsibility toward each student, to be able to tailor a style of teaching for them because no two students are, or learn alike. My main strength as…

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The most important things a tutor can do is to: share wisdom and knowledge with their young students, to help guide their students to the path they want to pursue, to make learning and studying a habit and discipline, and finally, to strive for success. As a tutor, my strengths are:
-Persistence with a student's ability to learn
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Making them feel safe when answering questions, even if they get the answer wrong. Because it's learning from your mistakes that allow you to learn. Also teaching them to be independent learners as it is very important for tertiary studies. Just teaching them skills they need in life to make sure they succeed further on in life. Patience,…

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To be patient, understanding and realise that each student learns in a different way. Clear in my explanation and can give plenty of examples;maths is still fresh as i am still studying currently. As a result of being a student i know the current teaching methods that could work well for…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student, not to just explain a certain problem but to help them understand the concept behind it, explain to them why they are doing it. Students need to be motivated, without motivation students lose the desire to learn. I feel that if students understand why they have to do it maths or English…

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Be patient but persistent. Understanding where a student is at in their learning is important, so being open and accessible is a must. Enthusiasm is also very important; you want the topic to be engaging and fun. I feel I have a strong understanding of mathematics, and can very easily communicate and explain concepts. I am patient and…

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Be engaging and creative, patient, non-judgemental, make the lesson interesting and fun, listen to the student's feedback and responses to the concepts taught. I've been studying maths throughout my schooling career, so I believe that I have the relevant knowledge-base to teach this subject. In addition, I have great communication skills, am…

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For me a tutor isnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t there to show student how to do the question but to guide them through it, make remarks on comment mistakes. Moreover an imporant aspect for a tutor is need to show student how mathematics impact our everyday life. When I was in high school, my friend always ask me questions on maths and physics. Therefore I…