Private maths tutors that come to you

The student experience can be a tough one. From developing intellectual confidence to figuring out what you want to do after school. Everyone can usually remember the frustrations that plagued them during the school years of their life. We have 451 maths tutors in Burwood Heights, NSW who can alleviate some of those frustrations for your child. Maybe they just need a bit of a boost, or maybe they need a strategic plan to ace their exams, leaving no stone unturned. A home maths tutor will...

The student experience can be a tough one. From developing intellectual confidence to figuring out what you want to do after school. Everyone can usually remember the frustrations that plagued them during the school years of their life. We have 451 maths tutors in Burwood Heights, NSW who can alleviate some of those frustrations for your child. Maybe they just need a bit of a boost, or maybe they need a strategic plan to ace their exams, leaving no stone unturned. A home maths tutor will get to know your child's needs and learning style and help in a tailored and supportive way.

So how does it work?

The tutoring is done in your home or any other location you opt for. The first tutoring session works as a trial to ensure you're actually happy with the person coming over. If not, feel free to try someone else - getting the right fit is crucial. The cost structure is based on a simple hourly rate with no additional fees or minimum requirements of any sort.

Just fill in the form or give us a call at 1300 312 354 & we'll organise a trial lesson for your child. Ezy!

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To never be shy to ask about anything concerning the problem we are discussing and as much as he or she wants to. The different approaches I have to explain the problem with a huge smile on the…

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Giving a student the chance to ask someone in need. More advice and they are the key to success. Overall, my role as a tutor is to share my knowledge to let them hone a brighter future. Giving students a chance to ask someone who is available outside of school, helping someone who is struggling at a certain subject. A chance for me to gain…

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Teach in an understandable, motivating, and enjoyable way. Crucial factors for efficient learning (things as relibaility, punctuality and so on) are all obvious and mandatory to me. Finally, every student has his / her own ways of learning / understanding things, and it is clearly the job of the tutor to find out the most efficient one, to let the…

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- Making them feel prepared as much as possible
- Teaching them in ways that allows them to learn as much as possible and is best suited for them
- Easing them into the process of exams and calming any anxieties that they may have
- Keeping in touch with the students throughout the week and checking if they may have questions with their school…

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Growing up in an environment that nurture's learning and education, it is important for me as a tutor to instil within each student the power of education to inspire change and progress. From my collective experiences both within and outside of school, I have developed a strong sense of empathy and patience that I believe an effective tutor must.…

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I think one of the most important things a tutor should always do is make sure their students feel comfortable so they are able to ask any questions without being afraid of judgement. Communication between the tutor and the student is the key when tailoring the pace of teaching to different people. A checklist of goals and a plan of things that…

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As a tutor, I think the most important thing is to motivate students to let them access-study, and develop them independent thinking and problem-solving skills. I am fully convinced that the most important strength is my deep knowledge about Math. Studying engineering has allowed me to learn complex Math topics and their applications in real…

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Help the student enjoy what they are learning and find a way to remember content that suits their learning style. Being able to connect with kids of all ages - I have experience leading youth group and kids church from ages 5-18 and although not tutoring in this context I am able to work with a range of different…

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Understand the struggle that the student is undergoing, emphasis with them, and mold their teaching style to one the most suites the student, allowing the student to achieve the best they can achieve. The ability to demonstrate several different ways of solving a problem to a student in the hopes they can understand a different way. Also my…

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Be available for the student at all times so they can ask for help whenever they need to, always be encouraging and keep motivating the student to strive for better, always be supportive and understanding for the student. easily contactable at all times, very punctual, enthusiastic, supportive, very good interpersonal skills, friendly, reliable,…

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The most important thing in my point of view is individualized attention which they do not get in a crowded classroom. Tutors develop learning skills in their students with different techniques. Taking tests often prepare them for class exams. My strengths are:
Hard Work
Knowledge
Availability
Respect
Acceptance
Motivation
I am always…

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Being able to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the students, so that they could be encouraged to reach their full potential and perform well. Being able to simplify complex ideas, and present them in a simplified way, especially using examples. Also being patient with students, and guiding them to grasp what's being taught in a manner…

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Tutors must clearly convey information to their students, regardless of the field. If a concept is difficult to understand, a weak explanation of that idea would just make it more difficult for a student. On a more casual note, tutors must be able to do this while not making learning appear a chore. An ideal tutor would present information clearly…

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As a tutor, I can advise a student on their study skills and motivation and most importantly, assist them if they have any difficulties learning something in a topic at school. I have the ability to work as an individual and in a team and I am a fast learner. In all honestly, I initially did have problems with chemistry at university but I…

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I think a tutor has to be such kind of person who can unwillingly be able to establish himself/ herself as a role model to follow which will guarantee the success of the the student in the future. My personal opinion on me is I can understand the problem being faced by the students despite their denial about the problem and eventually bring them…

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Teach them how to think for themselves and how to be critical of any situation so that they may find answers on their own.
Teach them that values are more important than success in life.
Educate them to be all-rounders.
Give them hope, encourage them and not allow failure to bring them down lest they may falter into the wrong path. I was…

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The most important thing that a tutor can do for a student is to inspire the students to develop a curiosity for learning and to explore the subject more. My strengths are that I am a very good listener and I am easily able to be empathetic towards kids. I am friendly and approachable. Also, I have good knowledge of my subject matter, so that I…

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Assess the current academic level/situation of the student - strengths and weaknesses. Make and agree on realistic improvement target. Make a plan to reach there and implement the plan with diligence. Address specific needs - tests, assignments, home works, etc. Help the student with difficulties and help him/her build confidence and improve…

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A tutor who gives direct solution to the student are not considered to be a good tutor.
We must provide path towards the answer and let the student find out the answer themselves. This will help them build confidence.
A tutor must be able to make the student understand what s/he is teaching.
The teaching must be fun and exciting. As a tutor, i…

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A tutor's job in my opinion is to assist their students to understand ideas and syllabus content to their full potential and be able to apply their extensive knowledge to achieve their best potential. Furthermore, a tutor should increase their students' confidence in approaching new concepts and material, and to continually adopt a good work ethic…

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It is important to raise the student's interest in study as interest is the premise for the student to invest time and effort. What is also important is that the tutor teach the student approaches and techniques to study, not only what's in the textbook.
I also consider it prudent for tutors to have patience with students and to be…

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help them realise they can understand any problem. everything looks hard before you have a solution but once you see it, it's incredibly clear. you just need to keep trying. my positivity, patience and motivation. no one student is more capable than another it's just a matter of finding a way to get them to enjoy what their learning and realise…

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I think the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to teach them to learn for themselves. It is easy to rote memorize a formula or a text, but to be able to teach someone how they can teach themselves and to show them how to problem solve so that they can attack problems independently is far more valuable I believe my strengths as a…

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For the student to be able to see me as someone he/she can rely upon.
I say this because I was not very good at mathematics but when I had a tutor at the start of year 8, she was always friendly and made it very easy to talk to her. It was because of her that I now want to be a tutor, she instilled disciplines which I am proud of today, while…