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 80 maths tutors in & around Cammeray, NSW. 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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As a tutors, I will build strong, personal relationships with their students. And try to identify students strength and weakness. And teach different techniques to help them to learn study material easily. Moreover, I will help students to set high expectation to achieve highest grade according to the capability of students. I believe that all…

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I think it is important to show how different problems are related to one another and thus create a network of interconnected ideas rather than having a number of discrete, unrelated ideas. I believe this help reduce the intimidation factor of learning maths as it both improves understanding and reduces the cognitive load by reducing the effective…

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We`ll contact you to organize the first lesson

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Make them enjoy a subject.
as a teacher you can only do so much when it comes to teaching. you can give them all the work, call them, and pester them, but if they don't like it they will never excel in it. I am able to connect to the students. I am young and fun and even ride a motorcycles I play guitar and most games kids no play allowing em to…

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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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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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1) Personalize the learning with students, to understand every student has raised with different learning and focus individually on there weaker sections.
2) Be honest with there parents about there growth and set realistic expectations. 1) I know what materials are relevant to students for a solid foundation of topic and also the analyzing…

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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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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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An important thing a tutor can do is guide the student and help activate their schemas without completely giving them the answer. It is more rewarding for the student if they come to the final solution themselves. Also understanding the students learning style and tutoring to suit this style is a very important factor. As I am currently studying…

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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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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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In my humble opinion, I do not believe a tutor's role should necessarily be teaching new content, rather clarifying and consolidating knowledge previously learnt in the classroom. In retrospect, the most important thing a tutor can do for their students is to be a source of information that can complement the students' own knowledge, in order for…

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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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To help them not only learn the content but also understand it so they can apply it in a variety of ways. This will enable them to answer any question confidently. I think one of my strengths is my ability to identify the way the student learn best and present the information that way. Further, another strength would be my ability to present the…

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A tutor should support the student as much as possible throughout their education. If the student is struggling with stress or work loads, I will help the student mentally and academically at all times. I will ensure the student understands every concept by providing practice papers and answering questions outside of tutoring session times as well…

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I strongly believe tutors must not only be able to teach content to students well but also act as a role model by guiding them to reaching their full potential. As every student has different needs and struggles, the tutor must cater their approach and method to suit various students as well as being able to engage them in learning the subject as…

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Understanding the point of view of the students. As I have written in the previus question, knowing the weaknesses and strength of the students help the teacher to help and guide them properly. I am specialised in maths.
I studied pure maths and after education.
It is important to understand why a student hates maths or struggles to get high…

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A tutor can give personalised learning experience to students where in the student gets the attention individually which he or she is not able to get in a classroom. Also, a tutor can help in boosting the confidence and morale of the students. They help in building learning skills as well. As a tutor, I believe I have strong communucation skills…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to motivate them to produce improved results so that they will be more passionate about the subject. My two main strengths as a tutor is patience and being able to communicate well. Patience is a very valuable skill since each student understands concepts at different paces. Being able to…

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A tutor should be patient and make a good environment for student to think better and get better results I can detect weakness of the student and will give them relevant exercises to make them…

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Teach them ways that help them to understand and let them able to think and solve problems by themselves, rather than only teach the solutions. And try to teach them in the way that they are interested in, such as some demos. I have a high problem-solving ability in Maths and Science, clear structures of lesson and examples. When I learnt, I…