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 458 maths tutors in Eveleigh, 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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I believe the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is not only enable them to excel in that particular subject but also encourage them to pursue their goals in life allowing them to live their life to the fullest. I believe I have the ability to engage with students and deduce the best possible teaching method for that individual…

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-Help them avoid common mistakes through experience -Organised
-Simple style…

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Encourage and motivate. Second and third only to giving them complete guidance. Showing them how they can get there and that they are completely able. As a tutor I believe you should never give up. There is always a way to make a student understand. We are in a sense guides and if we cant show them a certain way, then there is always another. I am…

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Tutors have to let students make mistakes. Afterwards, tutor has to tell them why such mistake is derived logically. That is way we learn. I have been solving maths for my whole life. And I believe that every difficult math problems can be divided into elementary parts. Also I solve problems by separating into easy parts; therefore, the way I try…

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I believe that the most important thing in education, whether that be in a tutorial or a formal lesson, is to ensure that it is student-centred. Every student brings different skills, interests and prior knowledge to their education, and their learning is most effective when it engages their individuality. I think that a tutor would have more…

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A tutor can do the following most important things for a student :
1. Give the student extra time to solve his/her doubts.
2. Explain / Re-explain the concept to the student many times as required by the student.
3. Make sure that no student is being left behind in the batch.
4. Give the students personal attention.…

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To make them feel conformable around you, so they can approach you about any trouble they may have academically. I'm quite patient and am willing to go over content until the student had grasped the content fully. I know my teaching material, which give me confidence to teach students…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to be a guide, gently pushing the student on the right path to discovering the answer themselves, rather than outright telling them the answer. My passion for maths as well as my ability to be understanding and patient with a…

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I think the most important things are:
1. Try to give the student confidence in their ability.
2. Try to provide clear and concise explanations that lead to understanding
3. Try to simplify complex subjects
4. Help the student to develop a strong work ethic I am very patient and I understand the difficulty faced by some students.
I try to…

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To believe in them and their potential, to get the best out of them, giving them support and resources to achieve realistic goals for themselves. I also strongly believe in not placing too much pressure on them but to stretch them comfortably within their limits to improve and achieve results. Knowledge, patience, reliability, strong interpersonal…

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The first and the most important thing that a tutor needs to do is, understand the student and his approach while dealing with a question. Once you are on top of that, you can work further on concepts and basics. I am generally described by colleagues, friends and families as a good listener. I treat every student as a unique case and try…

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As someone who had tutoring themselves, its to be patient and to not be a teacher to the student, but moreso a friend. Patient and easy-going with students as I know what its…

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The tutor should first become friends with the student. This would ensure the student to share his difficulties freely with the tutor and thus, that would be my motto. I am a very patient individual. Hence, I can explain the same concept in different manner as many times as it takes for the student to understand well. Also, I can gel really well…

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A tutor should be a good friend and care for the child. He should understand a student's weak spot and help him/her in overcoming those issues.
Further, a tutor must maintain professionalism and respect student's work.
A tutor must motivate a student to take interest in the subject by explaining practical applications. 1.Communication…

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Enable a child to grow in confidence in their understanding, work independently to solve their own problems or reach the final outcome. I feel it is vital that a child enjoys what they are doing and wants to work with you and progress in their learning. I am patient with a thorough content knowledge in the areas of literacy and numeracy that…

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Help them access the learning at a level that is right for them and engage the student with puzzles and tasks that keep them engaged and enjoying the subject whilst improving their skills. I am a qualified maths teacher from the UK. I am pretty knowledgable about Math and the ways people…

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Tutors provide students with empathetic, informal and intimate interactions and student-teacher relationships that school can often fail to provide. I find this important as, to me, education is more than simply learning things but crafting and moulding individuals into the best and brightest people and human beings they can be. My strengths lie…

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Show the student how to learn something. If a tutor can explain another way of looking at problems so that the student understands how to approach them, its the most useful thing for them.
I think that a great tutor will eventually make themselves unnecessary. I think that I am able to adapt quickly to students learning types, as well as…

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Give them confidence in the basics. A deep understanding in and passion for…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is too raise and maintain a sustained level of high confidence within the student, so that they may enter their exams and studies with a positive mindset. Furthermore, it is of course the role of the tutor to advance and enhance the learning capabilities of the student, to the best of their…

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Be a moral support.
teach them to acknowledge and face their weakness and embrace their strengths.
keep motivating them.
and always be there when they have their doubts and questions. very patient as a person.
Since i deal with small children too on a regular basis as a dentist i am pretty gentle in dealing with situations.
I love updating…

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Encourage and support them Patience and…

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Oftentimes, students are embarrassed at asking what they have convinced themselves is a silly question and are tragically hesitant of asking such question in front of an audience. Tutors help such students feel comfortable enough to lay their minds bare, and inspire confidence in them by making them understand that one never needs to be shy in the…

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Make sure the student understands, and can apply concepts in different situations Breaking down questions into each part, to tackle each step differently and build a full understanding of the…