Private maths tutors that come to you

Maybe your child needs to ace an exam, maybe your child just needs a bit of help catching up? And, the students come with various learning challenges: rule dependence, unhindered silly mistakes, low confidence, poor exam technique, motivation issues etc. Tutoring helps. Any student can succeed if they have the right support and engagement. Sucess at school is about knowing how to learn effectively aswell as the knowledge itself. Our tutor will engage your child and teach the content they...

Maybe your child needs to ace an exam, maybe your child just needs a bit of help catching up? And, the students come with various learning challenges: rule dependence, unhindered silly mistakes, low confidence, poor exam technique, motivation issues etc. Tutoring helps. Any student can succeed if they have the right support and engagement. Sucess at school is about knowing how to learn effectively aswell as the knowledge itself. Our tutor will engage your child and teach the content they need to know while helping them become an effective student, an empowered learner. That's our mission.

The service is available all over Australia including Burwood, NSW. It's also super flexible. You can stop the tutoring any time and there are no hidden fees or charges, you pay a simple hourly rate and that's all. We also offer your first lesson as a trial so that you can give it a try risk-free. If you're not happy with your tutor we won't charge you and we'll even organise another tutor at no cost.

We've got 449 maths tutors in your vicinity around Burwood, NSW. Give us a call so we can have a quick chat to understand your needs & organise a trial for you. Our phone number is 1300 312 354.

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Firstly helping a student improve his/her grades. Secondly teaching a student how to learn and improve their own form of self-study. Able to explain things well and relate it to the real world, so the student will not be able to say, "I won't ever use this when I grow up anyways, whats the point in learning…

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Facilitate the student's own learning by equipping them with the tools to then seek out how to learn and solve problems, and allowing the student to go where they want to go. I think I have great emotional ability as a tutor, able to connect with the way students are feeling and their attitudes and approaches to work. I think approach and attitude…

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Communication between a tutor and a student is very important. If a student can not understand what a tutor delivers then it is waste of time for both of them. My strengths are to think the way as a student thinks and explain accordingly. I believe in explaining the logic rather than making the student memorize…

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1. Encouragement
2. Academic help and support
3. Empathy and an understanding of the student I believe I have the patience and aptitude to really excel as a tutor. I will not get frustrated and agitated when a student is not understanding a specific topic. Instead, I will try and explain it in many ways until he or she is absolutely confident…

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To build their confidence about a subject by making lessons entertaining but easy to understand. Also to help them build regular study habits. I'm extremely patient and enthusiastic about teaching. I also like to design lessons which are entertaining and making up funny/relatable maths…

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Believe in them. Self confidence is a important factor especially in children. If they are able to see that the tutor believes in their abilities then it teaches them to believe in themselves. I am a very passionate and motivated person. I know those are definitely my strong qualities that I can demonstrate as a tutor. I love reading about the…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to impart their knowledge onto the student, by teaching them the information and giving them necessary advice will allow the student to develop and improve themselves. I believe it would be patience and being supportive, as every student has their own pace it is important to support them and…

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The most important things that a tutor can do for a student, in my opinion, are motivating the students to learn on their own as well as arming them with the tools and study skills.
The motivation to learn is critical, since the tutor can teach the material, but at the end of the day, it is the student who has to master it. Without such…

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To be understanding of the needs of a student is important as a tutor. The tutor should master the areas that they wish to teach their student beforehand. The tutor should monitor the performance of the student weekly and ensure that what he/she teaches does not clash with the way the student is taught at their school. Tutoring should go along the…

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I think that the tutor should be an assistant in the student's learning process. If a student is falling behind in class, the tutor should be able to help the student catch up, and also provide support wherever needed, whether it be intellectual or emotional, and to help them gain confidence in their knowledge. I think the fact that I enjoy maths…

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I believe the most important aspect of tutoring is motivating the student and helping him/her understand the process of learning Being able to simplify the subject…

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I think that tutors must have patience and understand that learning may be slower at some times than others and that all students have different needs. Lessons need to be tailored to each individual's skill level Strenghts: passionate, educated, results driven, conscientious
Weaknesses: too passionate, too results driven I want to see my students…

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I think it is important to be patient with your students. Some students are slower to learn than others, and others learn things in different ways compared to the rest. If you have the patience to teach them all properly, then it really shows on their performance. I believe that one of my strength is that I take pride in teaching my students. If…

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Being able to help the student figure out the process to the solution within the specific area as well as simplifying it. E.g. Within Mechanics in 4U, it can be quite daunting the amount of integration in combination of the context of it but if you break it up into separate parts such that you are essentially doing integration again, it makes…

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I believe a student learns the most from his tutor/teachers/guides hence I strongly suggest that a tutor can instill values in a student, no one else can. Since I have successfully completed my Engineering degree from India, it has taught me the virtue of patience and I am very sure that I've inculcated the value, which is very essential for any…

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I think inspiring a student is the most important thing that a tutor can do. Many of my previous students told me that they want to become like me in the future. I think to teach in pace that children can understand. Making lecture more engaging and giving a lot of different examples while teaching topic is key methods I use while…

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I feel that key characteristics tutors should have is patience, compassion and enthusiastic. I think that the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is try and bring genuine joy and interest in their learning. Especially when it comes to math there seems to be a general stigma against the subject and I feel that it is important to…

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Engaging with the student is very important for a tutor as it gives an insight into the student's mindset and how you are able to adapt your teaching to their mannerisms. Giving constant feedback and encouragement is also very important as it motivates the student to try harder and provides constructive criticism which the student can learn and…

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Learning must be interesting. I am patient and can find the way how to teach every…

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Helping students and pushing them with exam strategies and many other required tips can be helping in the long run. I do not just want to be a math tutor but more importantly be a life mentor and getting students to their goals. My strengths as a tutor is that I understand the struggle/work load/pressure a student endorses and being able to give…

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Competence in mathematics comes down to practice and I believe that a tutor has to constantly encourage the student to practice and develop this skill. A tutor has to teach the content to the student in an efficient manner so that the student can also gain an interest in maths. A tutor has to be very approachable and has to have good communication…

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One of the most important things that a tutor, or any teacher, can do for a student is be there for them. By this, I mean tutors should be encouraging, supportive and understanding of students, as students can often have their downfalls (for instance, if they don't do as well as they hoped for in their exam). At times like this, students must be…

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A tutor can guide a student and make an impact in a child's life where he learns a lot, can ask endless stupid questions and can trust that the totor will stand by them wherever they feel weak. I am very optimistic and funny and can keep students engaged in what I teach.
I believe to teach with colourful visualizations and create a lively…

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I believe the most important things a tutor can do for a student is to engage them in their learning and to empower them with confidence by passing the knowledge and information a tutor has to them. I believe having the patience and passion to cater to different learning abilities is also extremely important. I believe my biggest strength is my…