Private maths tutors that come to you

Our belief is that tutoring should be an easy & positive experience for all parties involved -parents, students & tutors. Home tuition is so popular because it works. There is just no substitute for tailored on-on-one help from a maths tutor who gets to know your child's strengths and weaknesses inside out. Unfortunately such a person can be difficult to find - that's where we come in! We work...

Our belief is that tutoring should be an easy & positive experience for all parties involved -parents, students & tutors. Home tuition is so popular because it works. There is just no substitute for tailored on-on-one help from a maths tutor who gets to know your child's strengths and weaknesses inside out. Unfortunately such a person can be difficult to find - that's where we come in!

We work with 52 maths tutors in & around Calder Park, VIC. Our tutor comes to your home, or any other location, to help your child at a time and day that works for you. These tutors have helped thousands of students in both primary and high school - you can look at hundreds of reviews below. They have all been screened, interviewed and most importantly they love tutoring.

Give us a call on 1300 312 354 Or complete the enquiry form below. We'll have a quick chat to understand your needs and figure out which times/days work best. Then we'll organise a tutor to get in touch for a trial risk-free lesson. Simple.

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The most important thing a tutor can do is be patient with the student. The student can ask the same problem numerous times and we as a mentor should calmly make them understand. Also, not everyone have the same understanding level and as a teacher applying the same methodology to everyone may not be fruitful. The tutor should know the level of…

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I believe a tutor should not only be able to teach a student new concepts or assist them in understanding difficult concepts but also motivate them to study and try their best in their academic studies. Besides that, a tutor should also be able to help the student gain confidence in the work they are doing so that they are more likely to enjoy…

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We`ll contact you to organize the first lesson

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Most important is student should understand the theory or problem clearly. Tutor should explain it clear by using easy methods. My strength is i will explain mathematical problems clearly and give clear explanation of…

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I believe the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to help their students understand the work they are doing. I think that it is really easy for students to rote learn and then later forget the content. If you can help them in fully understanding what they're doing, they are sure to remember it for the future. Furthermore, I think…

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the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is instill confidence in themselves and enjoy learning. positive reinforcement is a critical tool for making a student believe in their ability to achieve high grades. Also a tutor can help a student not only develop their knowledge in a certain area such as math but also develop their study…

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In my opinion, tutors must prioritize "learning by fun" and create an environment for the students that enable them to be active and to participate in class room activities. In addition to it, tutors must inculcate modern ways and an open attitude to deal with students of the twenty first century. The fact that I tend to keep a strong heart and an…

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A tutor has multiple responsibilities but the main motive as a tutor above all things is to first serve as a guide for the student and serve as a support system. The second important thing is to adjust any misconstrued notions which is usually the final option as independence is a very important skill that is essential for students to learn early…

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Develop the students knowledge base from the ground up of the topic/s to gradually become independent with the confidence through competency to tackle the assessment regarding the topic on their own. When I understand a subject- being able to explain it so that another person can understand (taking in account their different learning styles,…

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Education can be extremely enjoyable but, understandably, if students cannot grasp concepts and ideas, they quickly lose interest. I believe the most important thing a tutor can do is to show their students that learning can actually be fun by teaching them about new ways of thinking. This, in turn, would help them engage in the content of a…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to provide support and encouragement. Not all aspects of education and learning are easy and every student understands this.Therefore as a tutor, I will not give away an answer, I will show students where it is so they can find it themselves. My strengths are that I can easily relate to…

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set high expectation, be transparent and ready to help, and using a good teaching strategy. One of my strengths, however, is that I am constantly reflecting on my practice and looking for ways to…

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Help them gain confidence, and for them to do the best they can. Students that require tutoring are often ones that lack confidence in a subject area. Tutors are there to strengthen and encourage them. Breaking down difficult concepts and passing on my knowledge to students. Also, finding where a student has difficulty and working with them to…

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The most important things a tutor can do for a student is to inspire them to learn not only to surpass the tutor in their subject but to be taught life lessons that will prepare them for the future. My strengths as a tutor is a strong work ethic where I will do everything I can within my ability to help a student learn and my flexibility where I…

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I believe that the main role for a tutor in terms of helping a student is being able to cover certain topics or answer certain questions that the student may not have fully understood at school, and to also summarize any new topics learned during the day. Though I have not begun tutoring yet, I would like to say that my strengths would be my…

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In my opinion, the most important things a tutor can do for a student is believing in the students and their ability to succeed, thus, of course not only me but my students will never give up on themselves but be more motivated to become better and better everyday. As a tutor, my major strength is my experience. I have been teaching for a long…

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Understanding the student has to be the most important thing a tutor can do. As a tutor, you need to know that the student might be scared to attempt that particular subject and face his/her weakness.
Thus, you should make the student feel comfortable enough to communicate to you about his problems and be reassured that you will help him/her…

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Empowering students to understand math by getting them to realise that the concepts are not as difficult as they had previously thought. Being understanding of the difficulties they may have with math and be constantly encouraging. Having completed two careers, one in the US Air Force working in the space industry and the other in IT, I have a…