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 Seventeen Mile Rocks, QLD. 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 135 maths tutors in your vicinity around Seventeen Mile Rocks, QLD. 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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Create in the student both a strong basis to build up knowledge, correct and reshape the wrong concepts and ideas which are preventing him/her to succeed and nurture a good learning culture on him. Strengths: Experience, flexibility and leadership skills
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I believe that patience and consideration are the most important things, as it can take very different amounts of time for people to understand concepts that I may have learnt at a faster pace, or that another student learnt faster. Flexibility is also important as everybody learns in a unique way, and what may help one person completely…

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Imparting an enjoyment of learning something new. I am only with the student for a short time compared to their time in school, so increasing intrinsic motivation to learn has a much greater effect in the long run, as well as decreasing the chance of burnout due to stress in the higher grades. Being able to engage a student through different…

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To be able to enable to student to think, and answer hard questions when all else has failed. A tutor shouldn't teach a student but rather guide them to asking the right questions and figuring out the right paths to take in order to get the information that they need. I have only recently finished school, this allows me insight to a more updated…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student in Mathematics is to help the student develop a solid understanding of the concept or method, from which the student can learn to solve the basic problems, then extend to solve more complex problems. My main strengths are my friendly and open-to-question demeanor, and also my knowledge of the…

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Instilling confidence in their ability to learn. I have experience as an academic tutor both for university level subjects as well as high school level subjects. I am patient and I have a willingness to learn any material required, to help my student's…

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The most important thing I believe between a tutor and student is the tutor relating to the student personally. For example, the tutor has had similar problems in the past with this question when he/she was studying and this tutor will be able to see what parts to the problem the student may be having difficulties with. Another important thing is…

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Go at a pace in which the student feels comfortable, as going too quickly may be the reason they didn't understand it when their teachers taught them. Following this a tutor needs to have done some work on the subject before seeing the student as if the tutor doesn't understand what he/she is saying, the student has no chance. Also going through…

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The most important thing a tutor can do is to raise the confidence of the student to enjoy learning rather than stressing on the competition and grades. Most importantly i consider communication is the best strength of a tutor to communicate each student in his/her comfort zone. This not only boost the confidence of the student but also helps…

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I think one of the most important things a tutor can do is not just focus on changing the grades. Instead the tutor should also focus on growing the students confidence with what they are doing by encouraging them, giving them the tools to learn and helping them to dedicate the time. This will give the students an opportunity for lifelong learning…

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A tutor must know about the student strenght and weakness in a one lecture and make himself prepare like that so the student doesn't face any difficulty in his studies.
Make your student comfortable so that he or she can easily share a doubt with you. To explain the students in an easy way and make friendly evironment in the class. if someone…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for their student is be able to get them back in the right direction when they are lost. To give the student the tools and knowledge to be able to further their own learning. My strengths as a tutor in particular are my versatility. Studying my second course I have obtained strong skills as well as a variety…

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A tutor must find out how his/her student learns best and adopt those teaching strategies to help the student achieve his/her full academic potential in order to excel.
A tutor must never give up on the student.
A tutor must be kind to the student and always speak to him/her words of encouragement. I am passionate, patient and…

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To give a student a sense of accomplishment by helping them achieve a deeper understanding of the subject.
To let the student feel at ease while learning. I will be able to help students tackle concepts from different angles. My prior training in mentoring has given me communication skills. I can listen and be sincere when told the student's…

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Being supportive and patient because it can be difficult for a tutor to see how hard the high school level maths can be for the student. Tutors need to remember how they did when they did the same maths years ago for their HSC/school and how difficult it was back then as opposed to how simple it seems now. As a maths tutor, I understand how…

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Firstly a tutor should teach their students such that they perform better in their subjects. Secondly, a great tutor should inspire their students to keep on learning and developing once their tutoring has ended. During my studies I have worked in many groups for labs and projects, which necessitate that I discuss ideas and concepts with others.…

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Listen to and understand the students needs. Be relateable, reliable, willing to help and approachable. Teach and communicate the desired information clearly and efficiently so the student is able to understand and possibly gain more interest in the area. Be confident in the area tutored so the student can come to you with any question that is…

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-Provide clear instructions to help the students succeed.
-Helpful in creating positive attitude among the students.
- -Great about getting to know the students better and make them feel comfortable.
-Fluency in English
-Encouraging the students through motivational words
-Putting less pressure on the students yet getting the best results out…

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In tutoring, I feel you need to deliver content to students in a way which makes them more capable of understanding. Also keeping in mind that content should be delivered precisely and clearly. The students should feel like their tutor is approachable in answering all areas of the subject. I am very patient when it comes to assisting my siblings…

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To be able to leave them confident and capable of successfully attempting the concepts discussed with them. I also believe before covering the why, the what and how of the mathematical concept should be covered. My strengths as a tutor include being self-taught, being able to provide a possibly simpler explanation facilitating the students…

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Identifying the problem areas of students.
Explaining the theory and procedure of the solution.
Hence, tutor can built better confidence in student, he/she can help them achieve good mark and create their interest in the subject. My strength would be better explaining, giving live examples and providing the students with multiple ways to solve…

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Be a non-judgmental voice they can ask about any questions they have on the subject matter and be someone who can effectively listen and explain their own knowledge to the student. I believe my strengths as a tutor are my understanding and practical use of Math thanks to my degree and my ability to listen to what a student is struggling with and…

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I believe the most important thing a tutor can do for a student in mathematics is to prove every rule/formula so that the student can understand what and why they are doing instead of just how they are doing it. I have a very strong understanding of high school mathematics and can use this understanding to simplify and explain potentially…

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Understanding the individual student's problem and mitigating it. I am a good listener and try working on students' basics so that he could establish the right approach towards education. My ability to communicate with students in a friendly environment makes them at ease with me. I believe effective communication is essential in tutoring…