Private maths tutors that come to you

The student experience can be a tough one. From developing intellectual confidence to figuring out what you want to do after school. Everyone can usually remember the frustrations that plagued them during the school years of their life. We have 382 maths tutors in Lane Cove, NSW who can alleviate some of those frustrations for your child. Maybe they just need a bit of a boost, or maybe they need a strategic plan to ace their exams, leaving no stone unturned. A home maths tutor will get...

The student experience can be a tough one. From developing intellectual confidence to figuring out what you want to do after school. Everyone can usually remember the frustrations that plagued them during the school years of their life. We have 382 maths tutors in Lane Cove, NSW who can alleviate some of those frustrations for your child. Maybe they just need a bit of a boost, or maybe they need a strategic plan to ace their exams, leaving no stone unturned. A home maths tutor will get to know your child's needs and learning style and help in a tailored and supportive way.

So how does it work?

The tutoring is done in your home or any other location you opt for. The first tutoring session works as a trial to ensure you're actually happy with the person coming over. If not, feel free to try someone else - getting the right fit is crucial. The cost structure is based on a simple hourly rate with no additional fees or minimum requirements of any sort.

Just fill in the form or give us a call at 1300 312 354 & we'll organise a trial lesson for your child. Ezy!

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1. High expectations,
2. Be professional/knowledgeable in their field,
3. Teaching strategies,
4. Communicate with students and parents,
5. To be consistent (enforcing class rules, no exceptions !!!!!) 1. Communications (given clearly idea and explanations),
2, Making a course outline before tutorial start,
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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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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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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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I think the most important thing a tutor has to address when teaching a student is identifying where they need to improve and exercising that weakness. That way, the students are able to get a good grasp of the area they struggle with and they can seek further help or work on it for future. I am good at explaining mathematical concepts to the…

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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…

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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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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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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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I think the most important things are attention, patience and understanding. It is important for a tutor to understand their student and tailor their education individually to make it work in the best way possible. We also need to remember that not all students learn in the same way or at the same pace - every student is different!
My…

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The most important thing a tutor can do is recognise their students ability level and mould their teaching to that level. This insures that the kids do not feel out of depth, but also they are learning new things every session. I am a very social and friendly person making it easy for me to build strong rapport with the students, and as a result…

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Info Processing

Modern History

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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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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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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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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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Support their discovery of the subject they have a difficulty in understanding. NOT to think for them, instead, challenge them to use their own capacity to think solutions and have the unlimited courage to make mistakes and learn from them. My strengths as a tutor include patience, perseverance and insight into the misunderstandings and challenges…

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I think the most important part about tutoring isn't necessarily what the student sees but behind the scenes. Being a tutor means understanding the expectations and goals that are set out for the student, this includes being up to date on the child's curriculum and being prepared to touch on topics the student has previously struggled with in…

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The most important thing for a tutor is to make sure the student understand the basic theory, before going to the implementation/application. I have experiences in teaching courses related to science. I also a PhD student in Computer Science major, which can allow me to creatively use technology to teach the student. This can make the students…

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I think the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is not simply improving their results, but rather, teaching them how to study and keep them engaged. I think knowing how to study can benefit students as they will always be studying new things in their lives. Knowing how can help them learn new things more easily and quickly. By…

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The role of a tutor is not to solve problems for the student, but rather, their role is to equip the student with the necessary tools for them to solve problems independently. I believe i am approachable and adaptable. This is an important trait for a tutor as no two students are the same. I can adapt to fit the needs of the student in order for…

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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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Teach in an understandable, motivating, and enjoyable way. Crucial factors for efficient learning (things as relibaility, punctuality and so on) are all obvious and mandatory to me. Finally, every student has his / her own ways of learning / understanding things, and it is clearly the job of the tutor to find out the most efficient one, to let the…

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I think the most important thing a tutor can do is believe in their student. Belief can be the most motivating factor to a student's learning because they realise that someone sees potential in them and that with hard work and attempting problems, they can achieve more than what they orignally set out to do. My strengths would be my patience and…