Private maths tutors that come to you

If you are looking for a maths tutor in Drummoyne, NSW you came to the right place! We have 99 maths tutors carefully selected to help achieve your child's academic goals. Our tutors do not only teach specific content, they help students to become strong, capable learners so they can eventually succeed on their own. Parents seek help for all sorts of reasons, be it general support with comprehension, keeping up with the class or achieving a target grade in specific exams....

If you are looking for a maths tutor in Drummoyne, NSW you came to the right place!

We have 99 maths tutors carefully selected to help achieve your child's academic goals. Our tutors do not only teach specific content, they help students to become strong, capable learners so they can eventually succeed on their own. Parents seek help for all sorts of reasons, be it general support with comprehension, keeping up with the class or achieving a target grade in specific exams. That's why we offer a tailored solution centered around your specifc needs.

So, how does it work? The tutor will come to any location around Drummoyne or the surrounding suburbs at a time and day that works for you. The first hour works as a trial just to make sure you're happy with your tutor. If you're not happy we won't charge you and will organise someone else for you to have a trial with.

As our name suggests @ Ezy Math Tutoring we want to keep things easy for you. That's why we offer simple hourly rates. There are no contracts, booking fees, minimum tutoring requirements or cancellation costs. Simple!

Since 2011 we have helped thousands of students all over Australia. You can check out some of our success stories here. We hope to have the priviledge of helping your child too. To take your first step complete the enquiry for to speak with one of our consultants or just call us @ 1300 312 354

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I believe a good tutor is making the student understand what they are learning but not how to get good result in their exam. Base of my past experience in attending tuition, my tutors tend to explain mathematics theorem in detail so we could understand them better and not only just to memorise when to use the formula. Also I believe practice makes…

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I see students as a clay model, which consists of different minerals and when it is subjected to appropriate pressure and temperature together with proper guidance and methods, it converts into a masterpiece ceramic.
Being a tutor is like being their (students) second parent. So I can assure
100% guidance towards their study plan.
Help them in…

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We`ll contact you to organize the first lesson

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I believe the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is getting to know them. Realising that different people function and learn in different ways can be very powerful in discovering the best ways to tutor individuals. I believe i am able to convey my understanding of concepts to others very effectively. I have always enjoyed and…

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I think as a tutor, it is crucial that the tutor makes sure that the student can fully understand the material they learnt at school and making sure they practice the material, as the role of tutor is to assist students with their studies, and building up their confidence in up coming open exam. As a tutor, I think my strengths would be patience…

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First of all, a tutor should have a friendly communication with his/her students. The other important factor is to mentor the students and try to keep a dynamic relationship with them. I have done the highest level of education level (PhD) and I have a strong background and experience as a teacher and…

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In the context of Science and Mathematics, the key aspect is HOW to think. Science requires imagination, innovation as well as an excellent recall and grasp of modern scientific understanding. Mathematics, being a tool - requires the students to be well-equipped with the basic mathematical tools.
To directly answer this question; a tutor must…

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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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Creativity and competency in delivering the content, give support to the student and build up their confidence. Also, would be able to build up a fun and enthusiastic environment while studying. I would like to encourage the student to be able to do basic Mathematics without a calculator. Also, I have multiple examples and approaches to solve a…

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Tutors are different with teachers, of course. As a tutor, I can teach fewer students in a small classroom (1to1/1to 2), which means I can take care of each child, not only on their school work but also on their mental thinking ; I can answer their questions in time or straight away; I can help them to have a look of their homework questions or…

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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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Increase their confidence in class at school so they don't walk into a classroom dreading not understanding anything the teacher will be talking about. My goal in teaching someone is that they can understand it, and understand how they got to the solution not that they did get to the solution. This I believe makes them a better student as it means…

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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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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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A student in high school still lack the ability to filter out relevant information off the internet. As a tutor, providing the appropriate resources is what I find important.
Thorough explanation of a subject in an appropriate manner is also key in student performance. Having covered every minute detail of the syllabus would ensure the students…

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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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The tutor should be able to explain to the student the concept properly to the point where the student fully understands how to do different examples of a question by themselves. I believe that the tutor should not do the question for the students but explain the key ideas needed for the question to encourage the student to answer it themselves. 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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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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Maintaining open communication with the student so gaps in their knowledge can be identified and closed so their understanding of the subject matter is clear. This is because in the HSC multiple syllabus dot points are often combined to form long responses, the lack of understanding in one area can result in the significant loss of marks.…

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A tutor can lead a student, can make clear about does and don't and more over a tutor can teach student in very friendly environment. I am quick responder to the problems of the students. I maintain very friendly environment with students so that they can interact with me easily. I try to explain things with respect to practical…

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Maths

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Info Processing

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Challenge them to think of a problem in a different way. My Strength as a tutor comes from my experience teaching throughout my highschool and now University schooling. My best quality would be my patience for…

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First of all to establish good communication, so they feel comfortable and suit you. Next, is to understand the strength and the weakness of the student so you can know which thing to focus one. Always have to encourage them to be confident so they can strive for the better. I find my strength is being constantly positive to build up the…

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I believe the most important things a tutor can do is to explain things as simply as possible and make sure the student fully understands the subject by testing them with examples. I also think that it is important that the student feels they can ask any question they want without feeling embarrassed. It is also important to form a strong…