Private maths tutors that come to you

Getting through school can be challenging! Not just for the student but for the parents too. We want to make academic success Ezy-er for your family. We have 104 maths tutors available to come to Pooraka, SA. The right tutor can make a world of difference for your child. The program is tailored to your child but our usual goal is to help the student become an independent learner so they can succeed in exam conditions without a tutor's help. Easier said than done but we have some...

Getting through school can be challenging! Not just for the student but for the parents too. We want to make academic success Ezy-er for your family. We have 104 maths tutors available to come to Pooraka, SA. The right tutor can make a world of difference for your child. The program is tailored to your child but our usual goal is to help the student become an independent learner so they can succeed in exam conditions without a tutor's help. Easier said than done but we have some incredible educators available - check out some of our reviews at the bottom of the page.

The service is really easy to use. Your maths tutor comes to your home (or any location you specify) at a time and day that you select. There is no minimum hours requirement or cancellation costs or contracts or booking fees. We simply invoice you at the end of each month for the tuition time used. Ezy!

Most importantly: We want you to love your tutor! That's why the first hour is a trial, if you don't feel the tutor is a good fit we'll organise someone else at not cost.

Want to give it a try? Complete an enquiry form and we'll reach out to you, Or call us at 1300 312 354.

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The most important thing is that you have to get the required skill on the aspect you are mentoring. In addition, you also have to get the command of conveying knowledge to the students As a tutor, it is not only that you can share your knowledge with other people, you can also learn some other things/ creative things from mentees for the same…

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I strongly believe a tutor has a responsibility to build a safe environment where students feel safe to make mistakes while learning. I also feel a tutor needs to understand that people have different learning styles, and therefore should be able to adopt their teaching methods to meet the students need. I have a practical learning approach, which…

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Confidence and great achievements are the most important things a tutor can do for a student. Students can do anything in their best if they are confident in themselves. Achievements just naturally come with their efforts and passions. I am a friendly, patient, flexible, agile, and thoughtful person. I have great academic achievements and…

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The most important things a tutor can do for a student is helping around with the difficulties the student is facing in their curriculum. Improving on their weaknesses on the whole improves the quality of learning and makes them more viable to achieve their potential. My biggest strength is to be able to connect with students, relatively easily.…

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I consider that the most important is to provide methods and motivation. I can explain things easily with simple and commonly used…

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A bird learns to fly own its own.similarly the one important aspect in tutoring is that the students understand the basics and develop ideas of their own.Methods to solve a problem differ from person to person so a tutor can help them with the basics and methods.But at the end of the day the student must learn effectively.A successful tutor can do…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to believe in them. When a student is stuck on a question or when they are completely lost in a chapter, it is the tutor's job to make sure that the student realises that they have the potential to understand these problems, not that they're stupid. There are always different ways to…

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Tutor can help a child to reach his/ her goal.
Regular practice and followup for the child can help them.
Proper understanding of the content by reaching child's mind level. I enjoy hard work and helping others to find success. I want my students to experience meaningful, interesting learning that applies to their lives. I believe this can be…

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Patience and being understandable. Having an open mind and be able to think from student's perspectives.
Good communication skills. Being encouraging and interesting, be able to turn learning process into an enjoyable experience.
Sufficient academic skills. I have enough communication skills for tutoring. (IETLS 8.0) During my two years in the…

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Being able to help build a students confidence in themselves, but also to teach them how to problem solve and learn. - I am very patient as a tutor
- I have studied and tutored for a long time
- I can teach concepts in a variety of ways in order to find the way the student learns best
- I have an engineering/maths/computer science mindset when…

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Help them to get ahead if they are behind in their work.
Help them to gain confidence without the pressure they may feel in a classroom.
Give the students some motivation and accountability for their work. Patience and being able to break questions down so that students have a conceptual understanding of the material. I am able to help students…

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My 3 key elements of a successful tutor:
1. It is critical that the tutor builds a solid, personal relationship with their students. This relationship is foundational to the success of the student, as this creates mutual trust and respect.
2. Concise and clear communication with all stakeholders (students, parents and perhaps teachers) allow…

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Enhancing the interest of the student in the course is the most important thing. Interest of the student can be developed with good communication skills, industry experience, latest research and tutoring experience. All these traits are important to make the course interesting for the student 1. Industry experience (in case of programming).
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Make the student feel comfortable to ask questions and understand the learning style of each student to personalise the learning experience and manage the difficulty curve in the content. Patience and clear explanation and using real world examples to convey the message. Friendliness to make the student comfortable to and ask questions and engage…

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Bring students joy when study. When a student fully understands the problems and can solve them they will be interested in study. The role of a tutor is extra support so that they can achieve as much as they can. In order to do that, the tutor needs to be patient, friendly and also flexible in teaching methods. I can be really patient and always…

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One of the most important things a tutor can do for a student is to keep them motivated. However, this can be challenging especially when they have many knowledge gaps and feel fallen behind at school. A good tutor is able to identify and fill in those gaps, helping students realise their full potentials and gain confidence. It is also important…

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"You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink". I believe the best role of a tutor is to be a guide to their students; show them the path to succeed in their goal (tests). A tutor should always find out ways to improve their students and build their confidence. Supporting the student's even in their lows is a quality I believe all…

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Help them gain a complete understanding of the subject. This then allows them to carry through their knowledge and skills learnt, to other areas of their life or schooling. I have an effective understanding of the subject and due to this I can help the explain the concepts in a variety of different ways, specifying the core ideas of the concept.…

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I have patience when teaching and this comes from having younger siblings myself who are still in primary school and high school.…

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I LOVE teaching and tutoring! I LOVE watching students grow and become more self-confident as students, readers, mathematicians, problem solvers, and people. Everyone needs to know that someone believes in them. My students know that I believe in them, today, tomorrow, and always We all learn differently, in different ways, and at different…

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Inspire the student to take an interest in their studies. I am patient but…

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I will instill pride and confidence in students that they can be successful.
Cultivating a growth mindset is important, a belief that small steps progress into achieved milestones. Importantly, I will instill in students the courage to try again and that there's no such thing as failure if we persevere. I breakdown tough concepts into easily…

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understanding others way of learning friendly nature towards…

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It's to be able to notice the reasons behind my students' struggle and find out the right method and the right way to help them make adjustments and become better at it. It's clear that I am not sort of an expert in the subjects that my students are struggling with, but I would undoubtedly do my best to get them better, including flexibly doing…