Private maths tutors that come to you

Maybe your child needs to ace an exam, maybe your child just needs a bit of help catching up? And, the students come with various learning challenges: rule dependence, unhindered silly mistakes, low confidence, poor exam technique, motivation issues etc. Tutoring helps. Any student can succeed if they have the right support and engagement. Sucess at school is about knowing how to learn effectively aswell as the knowledge itself. Our tutor will engage your child and teach the content they...

Maybe your child needs to ace an exam, maybe your child just needs a bit of help catching up? And, the students come with various learning challenges: rule dependence, unhindered silly mistakes, low confidence, poor exam technique, motivation issues etc. Tutoring helps. Any student can succeed if they have the right support and engagement. Sucess at school is about knowing how to learn effectively aswell as the knowledge itself. Our tutor will engage your child and teach the content they need to know while helping them become an effective student, an empowered learner. That's our mission.

The service is available all over Australia including Scoresby, VIC. It's also super flexible. You can stop the tutoring any time and there are no hidden fees or charges, you pay a simple hourly rate and that's all. We also offer your first lesson as a trial so that you can give it a try risk-free. If you're not happy with your tutor we won't charge you and we'll even organise another tutor at no cost.

We've got 218 maths tutors in your vicinity around Scoresby, VIC. Give us a call so we can have a quick chat to understand your needs & organise a trial for you. Our phone number is 1300 312 354.

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I think the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is show through guidance rather than coddling, that students have every ability to overcome their own limitations, both academically and personally. It is the student's own limited perception of their ability that causes the chain of refusal and belief that they cannot succeed. My…

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be patient and realistic in setting goals for the students to achieve;
good communication and teaching skills in helping the students to understand and resolve the maths problems are also important very good in explaining difficult concepts and methods of problem…

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The patience for students learning pace, as not all students will understand straight away when they are taught something. Every student has their own learning pace and teachers much be patient and work around every kids pace. If they need more time, than i am willing to go over as many times as they need in order for them to understand, go…

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The most important things a tutor can do for a student is to instil confidence and passion for the subject. Although I understand achieving high grades is what all parents are after, I believe that by instilling confidence and passion for a subject, the student will immediately start to show excellent results. Hence, a tutorÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s…

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I feel the most important things that a tutor can do for a student are to establish a safe and supportive relationship, in order to facilitate a genuine engagement with and deeper understanding of the material. I believe my patience and warmth are my biggest strengths as a tutor, as they allow me to provide gentle encouragement and…

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Building a strong, personal relationship by listening and communicating with the student and parents, this gains respect, trust and motivation to engage and participate in school. Relationship building through engaging discussion is my biggest strength, I'm also an enthusiastic person who likes to demonstrate energy, positivity and motivation. I'm…

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the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to provide them with a toolkit of logical and sequential thought processes from which they may understand concepts both intuitionally and through inductive and deductive reasoning. I love mathematics and science. Because of this, I find it easier to teach and help others understand as I'm…

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1. Assist them in developing a learning style that is most suited to them. Everyone learns differently, everyone gets motivated differently. Finding the right strategy to learning increases the outcome-effort ratio and the adopted learning strategy allows them to become independent learners for life. 2. Make them feel supported at all time,…

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The most important things a tutor can do is to: share wisdom and knowledge with their young students, to help guide their students to the path they want to pursue, to make learning and studying a habit and discipline, and finally, to strive for success. As a tutor, my strengths are:
-Persistence with a student's ability to learn
-Organisation,…

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I feel that a tutor should be patient, positive, passionate and energetic when teaching a student to ensure that he/she recieves all the benefits of the service. In order for the student to grasp a concept, the tutor must be patient and willing to explain it many times as it may take some time. The tutor should also have a positive attitude and…

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The most important things for a tutor to do for a student is making sure students are understanding concepts and tracking their progress. This can mean explain concepts differently, rectifying issues with their work, provide extra work and making sure they ask questions. Tutors also need to make sure they track the progress of students to see…

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Communicate well with students to ensure they feel comfortable and confident under my tutoring and ensure students improve on their studies. I'm patient, an excellent listener as I try to find out students' weaknesses or doubts. I'm also hardworking and organised as I try to write notes, draw flowcharts, maps or diagrams to explain concepts in a…

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One of the most important things a tutor can do for a student is to help the student understand concepts through sessions that are individually tailored to how the student learns best. It is important that a tutor can build on a students strengths while minimising weaknesses. I think one of my greatest strengths is patience. I am willing to spend…

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To ensure that they understand what they are learning to an extent so that they can apply it on their own when needed. And to also be readily available when they need assistance Being able to read students to know when they are struggling or if they really understand the concept at hand. And being effective at communicating with the…

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1. I strongly believe that a tutor plays an important role helping a student to discover their passion and purpose
2. Always motivate and engage students, promote self-believe and create interesting lesson plans
3. Identify how each of the students learn best (i.e. visual, auditory or a combination of both) and then teach them strategies…

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Provide motivation and help develop a passion (or at least an appreciation) for Mathematics. Success would be more likely if the student is enjoying the subject matter.
Furthering this; to teach the student confidence in their abilities and eventually be more independent in thier learning/study.
It is also important that a tutor understand the…

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The most important role of a tutor is being able to establish a good relationship with the student. In a good relationship the student should feel comfortable, asking questions, talking about strengths and weaknesses, and discussing goal that they may have. I believe that establishing a good relationship is the critical first step in helping…

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A tutor has to be prepared, manage the time, able to understand the ways that he could help the students and use them and encourages the students. Being able to teach mathematics at its very easiest way
Understanding on how the student will be able to learn and apply it
Time management
Very…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to guide them instead of doing the work for them. It is important for the students to feel that they have control over what they are learning and for them to be encouraged through feedback and practice. I am a very patient, determined and creative person. I can understand what a student…

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A qualified and experienced school teacher with lots of patience in helping students understand difficult concepts which they can't understand. Patience and ability to help students achieve their…

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I feel the most important thing a tutor can do is to nurture a student in a relaxed and insightful manner. They should be able to comfort the student and further evoke them to thin outside the box. I feel I have many valuable assets as a tutor. Firstly, I am a very sociable person so I believe I can engage with a variety of students on a…

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I realise that everyone learns differently and I aim to adopt a personalised teaching approach to each student inorder to maximize each students potential. One of my strengths is that I am always extemely well organised and prepared. As I have recently completed VCE, I am up to date with the course and how things work and can share my experience…

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Professional, punctual, understanding, flexible, patient Strength is that I am experienced, patient, I get along with kids easily.
My weakness is that I havent been seeing or doing maths for a year so i will need to refresh my…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student, not to just explain a certain problem but to help them understand the concept behind it, explain to them why they are doing it. Students need to be motivated, without motivation students lose the desire to learn. I feel that if students understand why they have to do it maths or English…