Private maths tutors that come to you

Ezy Math is founded upon a firm belief that every child can succeed at maths or any other subject, given the proper encouragement, motivation and tools. We believe that a tutor’s most important job is to listen and observe how students work and learn, and then provide them with strategies to work and learn more effectively. Tutoring works! Be it for a grade 12 student who needs a 99.9% ATAR or a grade 3 student who needs some help understanding fractions + a confidence boost. Our...

Ezy Math is founded upon a firm belief that every child can succeed at maths or any other subject, given the proper encouragement, motivation and tools. We believe that a tutor’s most important job is to listen and observe how students work and learn, and then provide them with strategies to work and learn more effectively. Tutoring works! Be it for a grade 12 student who needs a 99.9% ATAR or a grade 3 student who needs some help understanding fractions + a confidence boost. Our goal is to help you achieve your goal and we do this by finding you a tutor who is a good fit for your specific needs!

There are 304 screened and compentent maths tutors in Northbridge, NSW - ready to help! No booking costs, no cancellation fees, no contracts, and no minimum hours required + the first hour is a trial to make sure you like your tutor!

Interested? We need to understand your child's needs first. Compelte the enquiry form below & we'll reach out, or, call us on 1300 312 354.

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The most important thing that a tutor can do for a student is to inspire the students to develop a curiosity for learning and to explore the subject more. My strengths are that I am a very good listener and I am easily able to be empathetic towards kids. I am friendly and approachable. Also, I have good knowledge of my subject matter, so that I…

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Having spent a lot of my high school career with a variety of tutors, I have created the ideal profile of an effective tutor in my mind, and the most important thing I value in a tutor is their ability to go beyond showing how to do something and reveal the path a student must take to discover a solution for themselves. The most unforgettable…

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The most important thing a tutor can do by far is inspire the student. A tutor could spend hours every day with a student meticulously combing through course material, but it will never have the same effect as truly teaching a student to love the work and cultivating their discovery of a passion for their studies. As someone who comes from a…

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I think for a tutor a combination of two things is the best, firstly giving the students confidence as I found that my tutor gave my confidence in my abilities that I previously had not experienced in some subjects which eventually led to my success. Also providing the best ability to teach and foster improvements in knowledge and skills to…

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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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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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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to let the students enjoy and appreciate the lesson. Only then, they will be able to understand and excel in the subjects. I am really good at identifying the difficulty that a student face and guide him or her on how he can overcome the situation. Many a times, students are not meeting his…

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The most important thing a tutor can do is to adapt to student needs. As they grow and change, your methods might have to as well. Developing and implementing comprehensive lesson plans that accommodate specific level of learners while offering support to make sure that each student is able to grasp…

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Firstly, as a former student I believe the most important thing a tutor can do is inspire and guide a student to learn on their own - as easy as it is to simply give away answers, actually getting someone to really put in a bit more effort is the challenging (and more rewarding) part. After that it just comes down to being able to connect with a…

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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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*Assist them in solving their mathematical problems with excellence.
*Also, to not always just give the answer straight away, but at times help guide them to the correct answer through giving them hints.
*Try help them develop an approach to mathematical problem solving (tutors will obviously not be sitting next to them in the exam) and on how…

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Developing a work ethic in a student that will follow them throughout their lives. To instil a confidence and ability to study over the long term, in a developing mind, is the most valuable and powerful thing a tutor can do. Apart from a strong academic knowledge and understanding of the education system, my creative and fun angle of tutoring,…

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Understand the struggle that the student is undergoing, emphasis with them, and mold their teaching style to one the most suites the student, allowing the student to achieve the best they can achieve. The ability to demonstrate several different ways of solving a problem to a student in the hopes they can understand a different way. Also my…

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To be supportive and to help them to understand that being confused or not understanding something straight away is an essential part of the learning experience. I have a deep understanding of maths so I can often explain topics in multiple ways, which is useful if a particular explanation doesn't resonate with the student, I can always try to…

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The clever tutor can know whether the student understands the information or not. He should get that without waiting for the student to tell him. As a result, he should redeliver the information but in a new way. I usually link between the theory and its application. I am interested in finding new interactive tutoring strategies. I try to deliver…

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The most important thing is to make sure that the student doesn't feel overwhelmed with their workload, and instead has fun (or at least doesn't detest the time spent) while studying. In this regard, the tutor has to make the content interesting and tailor it to each individual if it's one-on-one. I'm very patient in explaining concepts. I also…

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Breakdown difficult concepts into easy concepts to grasp. It is also important that the tutor pays more attention to and builds rapport with the student as this differentiates a teacher from a tutor who teaches one-to-one. In-depth understanding of the subject. This allows me to break down complex problems and concepts into basic understandable…

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I think it is very important for a tutor to help his students gain confidence mentally on the subject. it is also equally important to try and develop the fundamentals and concepts in the minds of his students in the best way he can. understanding the perspective of the student properly and help him de-bug his own methods before presenting our…

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Be available for the student at all times so they can ask for help whenever they need to, always be encouraging and keep motivating the student to strive for better, always be supportive and understanding for the student. easily contactable at all times, very punctual, enthusiastic, supportive, very good interpersonal skills, friendly, reliable,…

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Assess the current academic level/situation of the student - strengths and weaknesses. Make and agree on realistic improvement target. Make a plan to reach there and implement the plan with diligence. Address specific needs - tests, assignments, home works, etc. Help the student with difficulties and help him/her build confidence and improve…

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I believe that tutoring will help a student have an increased sense of confidence in themselves when practising their maths. Additionally, tutoring enables students to have a deeper understanding of the math topics which they are struggling with. I believe I have multiple strengths which makes me a successful tutor. I am able to communicate…

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Give them the skills and opportunity to do the best that they possibly can. I am very relatable to other students as I wasn't the smartest person in my classes. I find that because of this, its easier for the people I'm tutoring to relate to me and I think that encourages them to learn…

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Patience, most of the students hire tutors because they really need help. Not all the students are smart, however the patience of tutor and hardworking student can achieve their goals. I have strong work ethic. I do not really give up easily. I always find new ways to approaching problems in stead of giving…

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The important thing a tutor can do for a student is to be able to provide them with a space whereby they feel comfortable in learning at their own pace. I am good a building connections with students, ensuring I know what works for them as well as being a good mentor towards…