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 300 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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To be a tutor that is relatable to the students as well as teaching them to overcome adversity when it arises. To be able to work at a high level under pressure and keep their stress under control. This includes teaching them to read questions properly and not miss anything or leave mistakes. My strengths as a tutor include my ability to relate to…

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The most important thing a tutor can do is differentiate when a student needs an answer or just a nudge in the right direction. Some students may require going back to start of a sections theory where a full answer may help, or some students may just need a little nudge until they understand it themselves. I have an immense knowledge of…

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The most important things would include:
- motivating the student to overcome uncertainties they may have about themselves in regard to the subject and studying
- training them in skills and habits that enhance their grasp of the subject (and potentially other subjects too)
- enabling the student to feel comfortable with the subject and…

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Learning must be interesting. I am patient and can find the way how to teach every…

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Engaging with the student is very important for a tutor as it gives an insight into the student's mindset and how you are able to adapt your teaching to their mannerisms. Giving constant feedback and encouragement is also very important as it motivates the student to try harder and provides constructive criticism which the student can learn and…

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The most important things that a tutor can do for a student, in my opinion, are motivating the students to learn on their own as well as arming them with the tools and study skills.
The motivation to learn is critical, since the tutor can teach the material, but at the end of the day, it is the student who has to master it. Without such…

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I believe that inspiring passion and confidence are important things a tutor can do for a student, as they are the essential tools required to succeed in school. I am a strong, passionate mathematician that knows what it takes to improve in mathematics. I have great communication skills, and am able to explain difficult-to-grasp topics in…

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I think a tutor should be capable of answering any questions discussing any uncertainties that a student may have. These should be explained clearly and if the student does not understand initially, the tutor should continue to explain in alternate ways (e.g. rewording sentences and visual aids such as diagrams) until the student understands.
In…

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Sometimes students do not concentrate on the lectures. This issue can be minimized by making the lectures interactive or communicative. To me it is the most important thing a tutor can do for a student. One of my strengths, however, is that I am constantly reflecting on my practice and looking for ways to…

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Give students the confidence to have a go and succeed Ability to empathise with and engage students, building…

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I believe a tutor can prepare interactive lectures, so that students can participate in the lectures. That technique is very helpful to get the maximum attention of the students. Moreover, a tutor can provide real life example of the topics so that students can easily relate the study contents with the real world. I can easily get synchronized…

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I believe the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to teach the student how to learn. In the process guiding the student to discover methods of learning and studying that is most suited to them. I think learning is a lifelong experience, so I believe finding the efficient, appropriate methods of learning is the most beneficial for…

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- explain things in a simpler manner
- give them recommendations on the best ways to prepare for exams in that particular subject
- analyse the student and determine what type of learner they are and so redeliver the content in a way that is best suited to them.
- provide advise from experience
- teach the students exam technique that is not…

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Inspire him/her I like not only teach something as it is but also try to inspire students to be involved by their own will.
I am…

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Help them to understand and therefore do the best they can I'm patient and…

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A tutor should maintain a comfortable yet professional relationship with the students, so that they can comfortably express their opinions/questions whenever they have the need to. Also, to be able to share my experiences with the students to help them make the right choices for their future study endeavour. My strength as a tutor would definitely…

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To me, the most important thing a tutor can do is to encourage the student and to ensure they are working at their fullest potential. My key strengths include my lateral thinking, my ability to plan ahead and my immaculate work ethic. These qualities will greatly assist my tutoring, my ability to think will allow me to understand my pupils needs…

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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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One of the most important things a tutor can do for the student is properly preparing and having a plan set out that covers the students weakness, whilst also steadily progressing through the syllabus. With a proper plan to follow through with, it not only allows for students to get on top of their work, but it also provides for a fool proof way…

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

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Most importantly, I think, is to listen to the student. I am a patient and understanding individual, which I think a student needs for problem solving…

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I consider establishing confidence, explaining concepts clearly and providing adequate practice to be the most important things a tutor can do for a student. My reason for this is because often students seek tutoring because they don't feel confident about the subject. Hence, as a tutor, helping students identify what they can do/do well, explain…

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Set them on the right path. Helping them to understand concepts and develop skills (rather than just doing things for them) will mean that they can go on to use these skills themselves. This is very important for exam-taking. Communication. I ask for their input and check that they understand what I'm saying. I am patient and will explain a…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to help them find meaning and joy in their studies. I think enjoying the process of learning can be the biggest motivation for a student to explore and learn more about the subject, hence performing well academically. As a patient, observant and cheerful person, I am confident that I have…