Private maths tutors that come to you

Getting through school can be challenging! Not just for the student but for the parents too. We want to make academic success Ezy-er for your family. We have 333 maths tutors available to come to Bellevue Hill, NSW. The right tutor can make a world of difference for your child. The program is tailored to your child but our usual goal is to help the student become an independent learner so they can succeed in exam conditions without a tutor's help. Easier said than done but we have...

Getting through school can be challenging! Not just for the student but for the parents too. We want to make academic success Ezy-er for your family. We have 333 maths tutors available to come to Bellevue Hill, NSW. The right tutor can make a world of difference for your child. The program is tailored to your child but our usual goal is to help the student become an independent learner so they can succeed in exam conditions without a tutor's help. Easier said than done but we have some incredible educators available - check out some of our reviews at the bottom of the page.

The service is really easy to use. Your maths tutor comes to your home (or any location you specify) at a time and day that you select. There is no minimum hours requirement or cancellation costs or contracts or booking fees. We simply invoice you at the end of each month for the tuition time used. Ezy!

Most importantly: We want you to love your tutor! That's why the first hour is a trial, if you don't feel the tutor is a good fit we'll organise someone else at not cost.

Want to give it a try? Complete an enquiry form and we'll reach out to you, Or call us at 1300 312 354.

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Pique their curiosity to ensure they are fully engaged in the learning process, which in turn ensures their performance is optimised and they enjoy the process. Communication skills and highly personable. Ability to understand the best method for engaging a student given their personality profile and interests, and making it fun where possible to…

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I think the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is not simply improving their results, but rather, teaching them how to study and keep them engaged. I think knowing how to study can benefit students as they will always be studying new things in their lives. Knowing how can help them learn new things more easily and quickly. By…

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Support their discovery of the subject they have a difficulty in understanding. NOT to think for them, instead, challenge them to use their own capacity to think solutions and have the unlimited courage to make mistakes and learn from them. My strengths as a tutor include patience, perseverance and insight into the misunderstandings and challenges…

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I believe a tutor must always guide the student, finding a balance between giving them the answer and letting the student figure it out on their own. The tutor is not there to do homework, but to help the student to understand concepts and to have a strong foundation on which they can grow upon and use in the future. My strengths that contribute…

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To open their imagination and let them identify the unlimited opportunities that are out there for them to achieve and keep the motivated whilst building good habits to get them to their goals. The ability to enforce the student with confidence and belief that if they want to achieve something, they can. The only limitations are the limitations…

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1. Help students think logically
2. Motivate them when they are frustrated. My experience of teaching bachelor students in an Australian's leading university (ANU) helps me see and understand the common key characteristics of top students. This allows me to better guide younger students when I am…

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To Help them build confidence, provide them with the tools to succeed and enable them to solve problems effectively independently Patience, organisation, dependability, ability to vary my approach and integrate ICT and flipped classroom/backward design approaches…

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Facilitate the comprehension of the concepts studied, a tutor is not there to do the homework by himself but rather to show a better way to do it and to provide help in understanding the concepts needed to carry out a homework or while studying for an exam. Very closely tied to this is the building of the student, edifying the student if you…

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-To develop the confidence of the learning.
-To provide individually tailored resources and a study plan for the learner.
-To make learning accessible and fun. -10 years of experience teaching Mathematics.
-A large bank of personally made or developed resources.
-The ability to create new resources tailored to an individual's needs.
-Use of…

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I think the most important thing is to catch the student's attention by making him relate to math. Also, to make sure that the student did not lose track during the tutoring session. I am a self-confident person that likes to be dedicated in something that I like such as tutoring and math. I am also a positive and an energetic person and I am…

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I believe the biggest responsibility as a tutor is to encourage students to continue to work hard and to continue to improve. This involves engaging students in each lesson and teaching them the concepts clearly, which allows students to gain confidence and encourages them to work harder to further improve. I believe my ambition to succeed and my…

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Make their subject accessible. Relating to students and helping students find new strategies to tackle…

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Show the student how to learn something. If a tutor can explain another way of looking at problems so that the student understands how to approach them, its the most useful thing for them.
I think that a great tutor will eventually make themselves unnecessary. I think that I am able to adapt quickly to students learning types, as well as…

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Oftentimes, students are embarrassed at asking what they have convinced themselves is a silly question and are tragically hesitant of asking such question in front of an audience. Tutors help such students feel comfortable enough to lay their minds bare, and inspire confidence in them by making them understand that one never needs to be shy in the…

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Tutors provide students with empathetic, informal and intimate interactions and student-teacher relationships that school can often fail to provide. I find this important as, to me, education is more than simply learning things but crafting and moulding individuals into the best and brightest people and human beings they can be. My strengths lie…

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Help them access the learning at a level that is right for them and engage the student with puzzles and tasks that keep them engaged and enjoying the subject whilst improving their skills. I am a qualified maths teacher from the UK. I am pretty knowledgable about Math and the ways people…

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The most important things a tutor can do for a student is to not give all the answers or talk about specific or complicated concepts for an extended period of time, but instead, find how the student learns best and teach this way. Listening, understanding and providing constructive feedback further can additionally help both parties in learning.…

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I am honest and have a lot of patience. I always try to have a special relation with my students, because I want them to feel confortable with me and motivated on learning.
Also, I can explain one topic in different ways and many times. I always try to give the students the confidence to ask all their questions if they do not understand. I am…

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The most important thing is motivation as no matter how good you can explain something to someone the biggest impact they can have on their results is working hard. I am very good at explaining ideas and concepts in the simplest way…

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Physics

Chemistry

Maths

Biology

Science

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The most important things a tutor can do for a student is to change their attitude from one of apathy to one which cares deeply about what the subject has to offer and from the change in attitude, the student will start to want to know more about the subject topics and study hard to achieve great results. I am patient and I can communicate well to…

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I believe the most important thing a tutor can do is give a student confidence in their own ability. The best way to do this is NOT to just tell them answers, but to help them work through the problem themselves. I think my strengths lie in my patience, and ability to approach the same problem from different angles. I have found this extremely…

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Building a rapport with students.
Creating an environment that fosters learning.
Assisting students to understand concepts they have been struggling with. Breaking a concept down into more simple components.
Creating an engaging and fun environment in which the student enjoys being a part of.
Communicating in a professional manner with…

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A tutors primary role is to ensure the students understands the content. In my experience this is not as simple as it sounds, as many students are taught how to answer questions rather then being taught mathematics; abstracting difficult concepts into simpler forms, through the use of analogies and other explanatory methods is key in allowing a…

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- Ensuring they understand concepts and not just rote learning, as it's not only more fulfilling in a sense but a wide range of questions on a topic can be completed with a wider understanding
- Repetition and practice on concepts, spending too much time on many concepts at once is confusing, teaching concepts one by one then involving them all…