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 417 maths tutors in & around Clemton Park, 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 tutor, the most important thing I can do for a student is allow them to enjoy the subject while understanding the subject. As many students find mathematics difficult to learn, I believe it is still possible to enjoy doing it. I believe my passion and knowledge for mathematics is sufficient for me to teach to others. I am confident in…

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The best thing a tutor can do to motivate student is to make study fun. Making instructional decision on the basis of differentiated approach of teaching. Respect diversity and connect with the student. I am a good listener - I can understand the weakness of a student and motivate them to achieve their goals accordingly.
I do have critical…

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A tutor should not only be able to positively impact the results that students can achieve while working with them, but also be able to leave a lasting impact on the student that can help them through the rest of their academic studies. This can be the development of strong study habits that they can carry into university or on a deeper level such…

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Enabling the student to better themselves as a learner and achieving their best whilst alleviating stress and managing time appropriately. As I have very recently finished my schooling I understand a student's lifestyle. Also, I have in depth knowledge on many subjects in…

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-Being able to relate and think from the mind of a student.
-A simple yet cohesive explanation of concepts that easily resonate with younger minds.
-High tolerance level when students have difficulty understanding certain concepts. -A love and a strong understanding of maths and science
-Striving to help others as much as…

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Ensure that by the end of the lesson the student is able to extrapolate the information provided to be used in their own personal study. This is only achieved under the guidance of a tutor and can ensure continual progression of a student as they develop. Another vital attribute for a tutor is the ability to explain problems in different style…

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i honestly believe the most important thing is for a tutor to teach a child to trust themselves, and believe in their abilities, even if they;re not brilliant in this one specific area. i have a long experience, with all different levels. i have taught very young students with very simple material, and at the same time i was teaching university…

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I don't just teach how to solve the problems but also tell them the implications of the topics being taught in real life situations. I can break things down easily so that its easier for the students to understand.
I am proactive and i can make a topic as interesting as possible.
I can think of a topic at the level of a student's knowledg which…

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It is of utter importance that the tutor provisions the required environment for the student to be comfortable. Also, the tutor should consider the circumstances of the student and act accordingly. Furthermore, the tutor must motivate the student to move forward in the subject by increasing the student's confidence in him/herself. The latter can…

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Finding out where the student can improve in his/her current learning, making differentiated learning plans, and teaching students what to learn and how to learn. Very patient. Good communication skills. Strong commitment to teaching ( teaching is my career). Able to think deeply to find out difficulties or challenges in students' current…

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I consider the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to understand what he/she is struggled, and pay attention and be patient about their situation and figure out the most suitable way to clarify their doubts. I believe my strengths as a tutor is I know the way to learn, I have the ability to analysis the key parts on different…

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Ultimately, a tutor must teach his/her student to be able to rely on themselves and think autonomously when problem solving i.e. not to be afraid of trial and error. I would say my strengths are attributes such as patience with the student (repetition when necessary), determination in getting the message across, and a friendly attitude towards all…

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In my view-point a tutor can highlight the problems of students and demosntrate other suitable methods to solve their issues and broaden their perspective. My goal is to determine the student's weakness and strengths,and through this help them reach their goal. Depending on the students, I will differentiate instructions to support the distinctive…

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â€¢ Being a good role model so the student is encouraged to pick up effective study habits, and is motivated to study for a certain subject - perhaps even picking up a passion for that subject
â€¢ Help the student achieve their best in a subject by prioritising their needs and learning style to achieve the optimal outcome, and also…

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Students often break down because they feel everything that is happening to them is unique to them. In reality this is not true, thus as a tutor I believe the most important thing is to be supportive to the student, but also being able to provide responses which are tailored to the understanding/way of learning of the student. My understanding of…

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I believe a tutor can impact student's lives by providing the foundation he needs for further studies. A student with a poor concept might some how pass but he will struggle in the future, or looses interest in that subject. Hence a tutor can strengthen that foundation, at the same time be a source of motivation and a be a big brother. My main…

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Help them understand concepts that students struggle with and being able to assist them any way they can Efficient, focused on the task at hand, supportive, friendly and…

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I consider the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to, through the context of the topic for which the tutor is hired to teach the student, give the student the study skills needed to approach a completely alien topic and, without outside direction, understand the topic to the point where the student could explain any aspect of…

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In my opinion, the key thing to teach a student is independence. The more I can help a student become independent in their study, the better stead they'll be in for exams, revision and further education, as a passion for learning the material by your own merit is the key for future success. If I can pass on the passion I have for maths, teach my…

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The most important things I can do for a student are: ensuring that the student leaves the lesson having learned something new or is now able to view a concept in a different way while making the experience as enriching as possible, communicating clearly with the student and empathising with the student to show that I care about their learning. I…

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Motivate and encourage a student to believe they can conquer whatever difficulties they may be facing. Instil trust and support in the student's life so that he/she knows he/she is not alone, but rather, has a tutor to help provide solutions when scholastic difficulties appear. I am very patient, encouraging, organised, systematic, energetic, and…

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I think the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to instil them with confidence and a can-do attitude. When it comes down to exam time and even future studies, there is not always going to be someone there to hold your hand or help you out when you get stuck. I think that it is in those situations we really see the type of student…

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Develop their understanding of the subject. This means ensuring they understand the process and the mechanism behind a math calculation for example. This will boost their confidence in being able to answer harder questions that require this skill. Particularly for maths, the harder questions are situated in Q15 and Q16. Attaining marks in this…

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A Tutor ultimate goal is to improve student's academic performance also encourage them and build up their academic confidence by giving the student positive feedback and helpful suggestions. Providing a good and friendly environment to the students which I think is important, because when students are enjoying themselves in the learning process,…