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 72 maths tutors in Roseville, 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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To motivate and inspire them to work their hardest and perservere with their difficult subjects even when they are struggling - also to teach each student in a specific way that works individually for them (I think it is important to treat every student differently so as to be most effective) Strenghts would include my patience and creativity in…

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To listen and to help guide the students goals, and in the long run working together with them to achieve their goals. I think putting aside time outside tutoring hours, marking homework, setting them goals and running through content is extremely important as well. I think I am very thorough and I am exceptionally good at organising, e.g helping…

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We`ll contact you to organize the first lesson

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I believe it is vital that a student feels as though they have accomplished something at the end of each session and that there is a sense of progression felt for the student after each session. A tutor should be able to make the student work at a comfortable pace that does not stress them out or make them feel uncomfortable. Lastly, I believe a…

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The ability to put in the time and effort - Sometimes I understand that parents pay a whole lot for their kids to be tutored by us. With that in mind, I really respect the parents in terms of what they hope to achieve with these sessions. When we reach a common ground between the parents, me and the student, I can recommend a time frame after…

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Teach them ways that help them to understand and let them able to think and solve problems by themselves, rather than only teach the solutions. And try to teach them in the way that they are interested in, such as some demos. I have a high problem-solving ability in Maths and Science, clear structures of lesson and examples. When I learnt, I…

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I think the most important thing a tutor has to address when teaching a student is identifying where they need to improve and exercising that weakness. That way, the students are able to get a good grasp of the area they struggle with and they can seek further help or work on it for future. I am good at explaining mathematical concepts to the…

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A tutor should be patient and make a good environment for student to think better and get better results I can detect weakness of the student and will give them relevant exercises to make them…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to motivate them to produce improved results so that they will be more passionate about the subject. My two main strengths as a tutor is patience and being able to communicate well. Patience is a very valuable skill since each student understands concepts at different paces. Being able to…

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A tutor can give personalised learning experience to students where in the student gets the attention individually which he or she is not able to get in a classroom. Also, a tutor can help in boosting the confidence and morale of the students. They help in building learning skills as well. As a tutor, I believe I have strong communucation skills…

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Understanding the point of view of the students. As I have written in the previus question, knowing the weaknesses and strength of the students help the teacher to help and guide them properly. I am specialised in maths.
I studied pure maths and after education.
It is important to understand why a student hates maths or struggles to get high…

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I strongly believe tutors must not only be able to teach content to students well but also act as a role model by guiding them to reaching their full potential. As every student has different needs and struggles, the tutor must cater their approach and method to suit various students as well as being able to engage them in learning the subject as…

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To help them not only learn the content but also understand it so they can apply it in a variety of ways. This will enable them to answer any question confidently. I think one of my strengths is my ability to identify the way the student learn best and present the information that way. Further, another strength would be my ability to present the…

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A student in high school still lack the ability to filter out relevant information off the internet. As a tutor, providing the appropriate resources is what I find important.
Thorough explanation of a subject in an appropriate manner is also key in student performance. Having covered every minute detail of the syllabus would ensure the students…

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I think the most important thing a tutor can do for their students is to give them confidence in themselves and their own abilities. This helps at school and at home. I also find that the confidence in maths allows students to apply the same study skills to other subjects and so their overall school performance can improve. My biggest strength as…

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In the context of Science and Mathematics, the key aspect is HOW to think. Science requires imagination, innovation as well as an excellent recall and grasp of modern scientific understanding. Mathematics, being a tool - requires the students to be well-equipped with the basic mathematical tools.
To directly answer this question; a tutor must…

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The role of a tutor is not to solve problems for the student, but rather, their role is to equip the student with the necessary tools for them to solve problems independently. I believe i am approachable and adaptable. This is an important trait for a tutor as no two students are the same. I can adapt to fit the needs of the student in order for…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to show an understanding of their skill, and to adjust accordingly. I believe this is the key difference between a tutor and a teacher - the fact that a student is able to receive an undivided learning experience. Accordingly, the lesson plan should be delivered with an understanding of the…

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1. High expectations,
2. Be professional/knowledgeable in their field,
3. Teaching strategies,
4. Communicate with students and parents,
5. To be consistent (enforcing class rules, no exceptions !!!!!) 1. Communications (given clearly idea and explanations),
2, Making a course outline before tutorial start,
3. Time management…

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I believe the biggest responsibility as a tutor is to encourage students to continue to work hard and to continue to improve. This involves engaging students in each lesson and teaching them the concepts clearly, which allows students to gain confidence and encourages them to work harder to further improve. I believe my ambition to succeed and my…

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1. To understand the needs of the students
2. To instruct the students patiently
3. The students have made improvement at the end 1. Patient and confident to guide the student
2. strong maths background which allow me to solve the problem immediately
3. More than a year tutoring…

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Treat them with respect regardless of age or academic abilities. Patience
Understanding
Active listener
Discerning where the core problem…