Private maths tutors that come to you

Maths doesn't have to be hard. The right support and the right approach change all that. Just ask any student who is doing well in maths - they usually love the feeling of "getting it". This is what we aim to create for students - intellectual independence and joy of learning. It's the only path to success in maths whether your goal is to pass or achieve A's. We focus on the content but also on teaching the right approach to learning maths....

Maths doesn't have to be hard. The right support and the right approach change all that. Just ask any student who is doing well in maths - they usually love the feeling of "getting it". This is what we aim to create for students - intellectual independence and joy of learning. It's the only path to success in maths whether your goal is to pass or achieve A's. We focus on the content but also on teaching the right approach to learning maths. Probably the most common mistake students make is rule dependence, trying to memorize what to do without understanding why it's done that way - it doesn't work. But each student has their own issues, some with confidence others with silly mistakes or exam technique ...

... A well matched maths tutor will make a world of difference. Check out our 405 maths tutors in East Ryde, NSW. The tutor comes to your home at the agreed time, so no need to worry about who is driving whom where and when. We make it easy. There are no booking fees, cancellation costs or minimum requirements. Just pay for what you use based on a simple hourly rate.

Contact us @ 1300 312 354 OR simply fill in the form below and we'll reach out. We guarantee your first lesson with a trial - so if you're not happy you don't pay for it.

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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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I think it is very important to create an environment where the child has fun and therefore likes the time learning and learns better. For my strengths as a tutor I would say that I can explain problems in a very simple way. As I am a very structured person it is not so hard for me explain to children in a logic and understandable way. Also, as I…

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To be a good mentor and to coach and encourage them to overcome learning challenges that have prevented them from reaching their full potential. To help build their confidence and self esteem and to promote a disciplined and healthy learning environment. To encourage a positive attitude to learning and to be mind full of other external influences…

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I believe the key traits in tutoring children are to always have a calm demeanor and also be open-minded about new ideas and methods to conduct a lesson. At the same time, the tutor should always inspire his students to dream big! I had been teaching students for over four years and have developed excellent knowledge of providing customized…

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The important trait for any tutor would be to understand the child and work out the way in which the child learns best. It is important to learn the strengths and weaknesses of the child and work in accordance with it. As a mother myself, I can relate to and understand the needs of the children better. My patience is my strength, which was not…

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A good tutor can boost the confidence of his/her student, can motivate the student to face problems by encouraging critical thinking. The tutor should encourage the student to speak out their mind and ask questions. I am a keen listener which I believe, enables me to understand what the student needs. I try to site real life scenarios while…

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The most important thing my tutor did for me during year 12 is the ability to dissect and explain complicated questions. This is because, as my tutor said, being able to do a question is not enough, it is gaining the skill and understanding that allows one to complete all questions of the same type that's important. By explaining the process and…

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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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Most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to help them improve their academic performance, increase their interests in learning and students' self-efficacy. I am adaptable to different people, which allows me to approach different students. I have great interpersonal skills and I am enthusiastic in what I teach. Also, I am open to…

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To make them realize and harness their own brain power to process the beauty of numbers. By doing so, fear of numbers can be eliminated and that will definitely propel them for their future. I am a well-rounded person with an aptitude for Math. My style of teaching is to make Math as fun as possible and interesting as possible. I am patient and I…

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Instead of stressing students in their study, try your best to approach and understand them would definitely a better way for them to open their heart and learn happily. I am a postgraduate student of Master of Pharmacy student at the University of Sydney as well as a part-time tutor from EzyMath at the moment. I have been started working as a…

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Find the best way that a student can acquire and assist in learning because everyone got a different pathway and speed in study. Thus, it is the tutor's job to help him or her to find the way of studying and catching up the contents.
Also, I want to let students learn through a relax and meaningful study method, so I can ensure they would bring…

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Encourage students to achieve their higher standards
Instead of just focusing on one method that only appeals to a single learning style, varying my teaching techniques allow me to cater my lessons to different learning styles. Students will be more successful if they are not bored.
Truly personalize the learning
Incorporate connections to the…

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Building the student's confidence in his own potentials and abilities to achieve the goals. Developing a positive attitude towards learning and personal development. Ability to simplify complex matters to the level of easy understanding,
using proper questions to prompt the student to find the answer on his own,
getting to know the student and…

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I think the most important things that a tutor can offer a student is motivation and inspiration that can help the students to recognise their potentials, as well as a tutor's consistency and patience can also help the students to reach their goals and targets. A tutor is not only a teacher, but also a friend with mental support that students can…

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Able to preview content for school as well as revising content for examinations. I feel the most important things a tutor can provide is aid and knowledge in relatively new topics. Able to manipulate my teaching style to cater for each student. I understand the needs of each student and allow myself to teach to their strengths to improve their…

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According to me, a tutor should first of all make the student realise that whatever he is going to teach is not hard but its very easy and try to make the concept simple that students who are weak in studies also understands it quickly. I have a friendly nature and try to make myself always available for my students. Even after clearing the…

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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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1. Set high expectations
2. Establish a classroom routine
3. Care for every student
4. Be transparent and ready to help
5. Use teaching strategies that cause them to think outside the box.
6. Be consistent
7. Communicate with parents.
8. Make learning fun Patience and approach
Positivity and praise
Adaptability (flexibility,…

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Me as a tutor think that interaction and the ability to make the student recall and relearn the subject they studied in the school are the most important things a tutor must possess. My two most important strength are maths and ability to teach children without getting bored. I love fun interaction with children and I usually teach them after they…

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The most important things that a tutor can do for a student that always actively listen to a student and understand lives they live. I do believe that my strengths as a tutor are building strong, personal relationships with students and having specific content expertise. As roughly 2 years providing one-on-one sessions, to what I have learned…

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I believe that a tutor should be there as a resource and support unit to help explain concepts to students, rather than an answer booklet for them. It is important for the student to see how concepts can be applied to different problems themselves and should only be guided in the right direction. Tutors should also work with students to create…

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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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Motivate a student to seek out more than they are given, help them reach their goals, believing in them, and inspiring them to become a life long learner. Ability to explain concepts, amiable, strong math background, experience as a teacher, able to deal with different personalities, patient, observant, calm at all…