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 12 maths tutors in Selby, VIC. 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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A tutor must be able to adjust their lesson style to suit the needs of the student. When I begin tutoring a new student, I always ask what they need and so my lesson style largely depends on the needs of the student. Tutors should also find a regular time slot during the week that can suit both the tutor and the student. Responsiveness to messages…

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The tutor could make the student more comfortable with the topic at hand and put him at ease, and make the student understand that going through difficulty when learning is perfectly normal. My strengths are patience, commitment, being as approachable and friendly as I can, and willingness to listen to doubts and issues from the people I'm…

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The student needs to know that you are always there and will always support them in their endeavours. Patient, Hard working, Able to be contacted at any time, Experienced, Extremely knowledgeable of the subject…

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A tutor must be able to evaluate the teaching techniques which are most effective and suited to the individual. They must be able to adapt to the student's learning pace and style to help the student strive to achieve their goals. I can support and encourage students to always do their best in whatever task they encounter. By increasing…

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First and foremost, the tutor needs to help the student fully understand all the core concepts. Comprehending the underlying logic and reasoning in mathematical concepts, and the skill to be able to apply these to problems, are necessary for success in mathematics. After that comes exam or test-specific advice: what working markers expect, how to…

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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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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to listen. A tutor's job is not to just teach the student, but to bring out the best of the student and a tutor cannot do that unless they listen to the student. A good tutor is not a tutor that had achieved exceedingly well themselves, although that is a part of it- it's about their ability…

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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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- Change future
- Give value
- Teach lessons
- Impart Discipline
- Contribute to Nation building - Caring
- Enthusiastic
- Accessible
- Knowledge worthy
- Warm
- Own way to teach correct examples with wide experience in technical…

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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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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…