Private maths tutors that come to you

Most parents would agree that a student's success will largely depend on their relationship with the teacher. Unfortunately there is no one-size-fits-all solution, each student is unique and requires a particular approach suited to their specific situation. This is one of the reasons many families turn toward private tuition. The right maths tutor is just that: "right". They will be able to build trust and rapport with your child and establish a mentoring...

Most parents would agree that a student's success will largely depend on their relationship with the teacher. Unfortunately there is no one-size-fits-all solution, each student is unique and requires a particular approach suited to their specific situation. This is one of the reasons many families turn toward private tuition. The right maths tutor is just that: "right". They will be able to build trust and rapport with your child and establish a mentoring relationship that will serve your child's confidence, enthusiasm and most importantly - performance! Whether your child needs to ace an exam or just catch up to the class, a private coach is a big help!

We have 535 maths tutors in Lewisham, NSW. They are dedicated, educated and competent tutors. They also love tutoring, which makes a huge difference!

For your assurance we make the first hour a risk-free trial. This way you can give the tutor a try to ensure it's a good fit for your family. Reach out to us on 1300 314 354 or complete an enquiry form - we'd love to help!

And by the way ... no minimum hours, no cancellation costs, no booking fees, no contracts - just pay for what you use at the end of each month - Ezy!

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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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I consider the tutor's ability to empower the students to face and share the problems which they are not comfortable with as one of the most important things. I am bilingual (Mandarin and English) and due to the fact I am a current student, I am able to empathise with students as they are approaching new areas of…

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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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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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Being able to tutor the students complicated concepts but also help students balance their school life with the possible stress that goes with it. I believe going through school with a relaxed and stressless mind set can produce amazing results for the students. One of my strengths is my ability to understand concepts through the student's point…

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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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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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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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Undoubtedly, it is the ability to teach yourself. My HSC tutor taught me how to find holes in my understanding and then to work on those types of questions, rather than wasting time and energy on topics I already understood well. This is an essential skill not just for high school exams, but for life as well. I am able to explain concepts quite…

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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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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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Physics

Chemistry

Maths

Science

Info Processing

Software Dev

Engineering Studies

English

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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Provide tools, and knowledge to help students build their confidence to tackle problems independently. I do so, by tailoring learning strategy that uses the students' strengths and I motivate with positive reinforcement and supporting the student achieving their objectives.
From my experience these are life skills that serve the student beyond…

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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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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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Tutors must clearly convey information to their students, regardless of the field. If a concept is difficult to understand, a weak explanation of that idea would just make it more difficult for a student. On a more casual note, tutors must be able to do this while not making learning appear a chore. An ideal tutor would present information clearly…

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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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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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I believe that a tutor can bring out a sense of accomplishment and excitement that teachers in large classrooms can't. Tutors can guide students to answers without giving them away for free, and provide one-on-one attention which boosts confidence. I never provide the answer to questions, without first encouraging the students to learn and…

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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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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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As stated above, I feel it is so important to build rapport with students in the beginning, making the student feel at ease and comfortable about asking questions. It is also just as important for the tutor to patiently convey the knowledge to students who might struggle with that subject matter through an engaging learning process. I am patient…

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Maths

Biology

Science

Economics

Business Studies

Modern History

Geography

PDHPE

English

Online

Chinese

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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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…