Private maths tutors that come to you

Our belief is that tutoring should be an easy & positive experience for all parties involved -parents, students & tutors. Home tuition is so popular because it works. There is just no substitute for tailored on-on-one help from a maths tutor who gets to know your child's strengths and weaknesses inside out. Unfortunately such a person can be difficult to find - that's where we come in! We work...

Our belief is that tutoring should be an easy & positive experience for all parties involved -parents, students & tutors. Home tuition is so popular because it works. There is just no substitute for tailored on-on-one help from a maths tutor who gets to know your child's strengths and weaknesses inside out. Unfortunately such a person can be difficult to find - that's where we come in!

We work with 179 maths tutors in & around Nedlands, WA. Our tutor comes to your home, or any other location, to help your child at a time and day that works for you. These tutors have helped thousands of students in both primary and high school - you can look at hundreds of reviews below. They have all been screened, interviewed and most importantly they love tutoring.

Give us a call on 1300 312 354 Or complete the enquiry form below. We'll have a quick chat to understand your needs and figure out which times/days work best. Then we'll organise a tutor to get in touch for a trial risk-free lesson. Simple.

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Communication and understanding of each other. During the tutoring, problems could occur either of studying or of the relaionship between the student and the tutor, but if we keep effective communication and understanding of each other, almost all problems could be solved and high efficiency of learning could be insured. Strength: I am good at…

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Giving them a developed understanding of the subject as opposed to just memorizing. Also important is being able to explain and teach in different methods according to what the student needs and benefits from. I am very knowledgeable and am able to teach in different methods. I have a developed understanding of the subjects I have studied that…

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Help the student to understand concepts and how to think about solutions to problems and to think about how they apply concepts they learn, so that when they're alone they can think clearly and accurately for themselves. A tutor can also strive to make a subject more interesting for a student by finding a way to explain things which works for the…

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Listening to the student is very important. You need to know when they are getting frustrated and exactly what is confusing them. Sometimes they figure out a different method for solving a problem and if you don't fully understand what they are saying you may not realise they are on the correct track. I think I am good at breaking complicated…

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Patience. Learning new skills in maths can sometimes be quite tricky and confusing so I think adequate time should be spent learning the basics as this is very important later down the track. Organisation, as a tutor I feel organisation from both the student and the teacher is important so the most amount of learning can…

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Give them the confidence they need to stay motivated to acheive their Goals. Whether it be merely passing a class or excelling wih 99%, any improvement needs to be congratulated. Be patient, if the student is not understanding your explanation, obviously a different approach is needed.
Do not lecture. This the students are already receiving in…

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In addition to inculcating academic knowledge in students, a tutor can help students become more passionate towards a subject and can enable the student to grow as a holistic individual by providing moral support and mentorship for the student and helping the student grow in his/her values. I believe that I am extremely patient and do not mind…

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One of the most important things a tutor can do for a student is make the lecture based on more discussion basis rather than one way communication it should be two way and the whole approach should be taken out as a friendly manner. As the main goal of this is to help the student over come his difficulties. I am patient, punctual, friendly, hard…

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-Investigate a student's weakness and focus on overcoming that weakness.
-A tutor should have an individual plan for each student depending on a student's specific need.
-A tutor should aim to develop the skills of a student with time. Results in a scorecard should serve as a KPI. Persistence is one of my favorite traits when it comes to…

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I believe that student's can generally pick up on whether a tutor is invested in them quite quickly. The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is actively show them that they do in fact want them, as an individual, to do better than they've ever done before and show interest in them as a person. I am very good at picking up on what…

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Successful tutors build strong, personal relationships with their students. They incorporate connections to the student's interests, teach to the student's strengths, and minimise the student's weaknesses. Making students understand a specific concept by first providing the basics and working from there. Also, simplifying the concepts and…

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Provide help in terms of setting short and long term goals while motivating them to achieve their goals.
Helping them understand the basics of maths and build their knowledge up from there.
Practice makes perfect! Keep attempting extra questions and tutors can be really helpful as they are usually easily accessible and contactable. I can be…

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Tutor definitely can instil the confidence in students in their abilities and ensure they learn and get success which they and their parents are looking for. I can work at the pace of the student and can identify the areas where they need more support. I have worked for 20 years which enables me to share real-life examples and use of mathematics…

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To give the student confidence, give them the skills to work independently and also to equip the student with a mindset which allows them to be ready to tackle any question. While it's obviously essential to be able to being able to motivate and explain topics to the student I feel that the previously mentioned qualities are of more importance.…

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The most important thing for a tutor is to have a friendly attitude towards the students when they're trying to understand a technique and a sense of patience when the concept isn't grasped straight away. Having a background as a sailing instructor, my strengths are patience when a student doesn't understand a situation and then able to break down…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to make sure their student can achieve their full potential. Not every student you tutor can be brought up to a straight A student, but as long as that tutor can help them do the best that they can and achieve their goals thats what is truly important. I debated at my school for a number of…

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To give the student confidence and show them that the subject is not beyond their understandings. Prove that It's not difficult but needs to be approached correctly. Almost all students have more than enough talent to do their study, the most import thing in tutoring is to help them to uncover that (sometimes) hidden talent. In addition to my…

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I think one extremely important thing a tutor can do is to adapt their teaching to the individual needs and abilities of each student, and adapt themselves to the student, not force the student to adapt to them. This involves listening to the student and observing how they work and then responding to those things. Another extremely important thing…

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Firstly, providing a clear train of thought for the student is the most important thing. Second, cultivating logical thinking is vital in math for every student. Patience, enthusiastic and professional knowledge. I have a 4-year math background especially for calculus, linear algebra, probability theory and mathematical…

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1) Help the student think for themselves
2) Clear the blockage that prevents a student from solving a problem
3) Increase their confidence
4) Give a wider perspective to tackle the problem Patience, clear understanding of how to deliver the content in a lucid way, openness to different level of student in terms of their ability to understand,…

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Give them confidence. I think praising them for what they do know is beneficial, and then work to patch any holes they have in their knowledge, once they know the information for those "holes" show the student that it has been "patched up". Most students are intelligent, they just need help understanding that they are intelligent. I am able to…

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The most important things as a tutor include being an expert on the subject and being able to explain in detail without unneccesary complexity, ensuring that the student understands the content fully and ensuring that learning is enjoyable. My past tutoring experience and my great marks in Mathematics means that I posses the ability to effectively…

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The tutor should understand his subject matter to be able to deliver complicated ideas to the students simply and concisely. If the tutor cannot do so, he should further his knowledge of that subject matter. I love to use descriptive and outside the box methods to understand mathematical concepts. Because school teaching is restrict by time, the…