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 44 maths tutors in South Fremantle, WA. 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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Some of the most important things a student can gain from having a tutor would be to build up their confidence in a certain subject, by providing specialised teaching and education for that specific student, to increase their understanding. A tutor would also provide a different perspective of difficult concepts, being seperated from the…

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To be there for the student and never put them down. The tutor must constantly motivate the student and set achievable goals for the student to meet. I am very understanding and patient. I also believe I can help motivate the students and make them feel like they are in a safe learning environment. I am a Maths teacher and am very familiar with…

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I offer various different way of explaining a concept to students. If a student doesn't understand a problem, it is usually because it hasn't been explained in a way that is accessible to them. By providing multiple ways of looking at a question, my students find a method that is easy for them to understand.
Students also have different ways of…

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A tutor should be honest with students if let's say the subject isn't meant for them but also a tutor should be compassionate and understanding and willing to provide the necessary help they can offer as well. The heart of the tutor is the most important. Patience, to be able to help them understand concepts in layman terms, make learning fun and…

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As a student myself, I understand why students find some maths or chemistry concepts very difficult and many of them struggled when faced with homework or exam problems related to it.
I believe this is due to the lack of proper explanation of the fundamental theory behind those problems since teachers in school do not have enough time to commit…

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-To help the student to get the crux of the topic in a conceptual way
-To make students creative
-Possess immense interpersonal skills
-Studied more than 9 major mathematics subjects
-Experience in mathematics, engineering and physics subjects
-Experience in everyday science concepts
-Work experience in mining and resources sector as…

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A tutor should understand the strengths and weaknesses of individual children and be able to adapt to their learning needs. They should be good listeners and not underestimate the capability of children to carry out thought provoking conversations. A tutor should also be encouraging and help their students understand that they can achieve anything…

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Providing one on one attention to a student to work at their own pace until concepts are clarified and fully understood. I am extremely patient with my students and enjoy helping them learn and understand Mathematics. I am qualified to teach Atar Maths up to Year 12 including Maths Applications, Maths Methods and Maths…

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The most important things a tutor can do for a student is be patient with the student and understand that everyone learns things in different ways and different speeds relative to other students. I believe my strengths as a tutor include: interpersonal skills, kind yet determined attitude, multiple ways of explaining a different concept, open to…

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Help them not only learn a concept but understand it so that they dont forget it in the long term. I am patient and can find multiple ways to explain…

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To explain things in such a way as if they aren't familiar with the concept. This way they are able to understand what they are doing and why it is done in such a way. I believe understanding the concept is the most important way to be able to apply it to questions. It also provides a good foundation to attempt higher order questions with critical…

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Provide help in terms of setting short and long term goals while motivating them to achieve their goals.
Helping them understand the basics of maths and build their knowledge up from there.
Practice makes perfect! Keep attempting extra questions and tutors can be really helpful as they are usually easily accessible and contactable. I can be…

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I believe providing an environment in which the student is confident and motivated about what they are learning will help them achieve goals. Realistically you spend 1-2 hours a week with a student and cannot realistically teach them all the content they learn in those allocated times so need to motivate and provide confidence in the student so…

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A tutor's primary objective is to ensure that the student truly understands the content, and while doing so, the tutor must present the material in an interesting and engaging manner. If done correctly, this may ignite a passion in the student for the subject. I have a deep understanding of the fundamentals of mathematics, which will allow me to…

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Listen. If you don't listen to your students you won't be able to really understand the problems they are having. I am patient, understanding and if the kids aren't getting it I am open to finding new ways of explaining the concepts to them so they do…

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Nurture a passion for learning, if I child enjoys their ability to learn they will become a step a head no matter what struggles they face during their education. Being a quite recent high school graduate I still have fresh memories of different techniques taught to me in order to do my very best in tests and exams. I also have a strong…

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The most important thing that a tutor can do for a student is to teach them how to learn. I can explain difficult concepts in a concise manner. I have a intuitive understanding of the subjects I teach. I am good at adapting my teaching methods and content to the specific needs of each…

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Specific, targeted focus on the students areas of weakness. Identify exactly where (according to the marking criterion) they are losing out, and establish a focus on the content or skills that will remedy this weakness. In my experience, students are often fully capable of achieving higher grades, they simply don't understand what they're doing…

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I beleive a tutor needs to be a source of learning that, unlike a teacher, is more of an equal to yourself. If the student is comfortable with the tutor he/she will ask questions and in general be more interested in the subject itself. Meeting someone with recent experience in mathematics as a fellow scholar is also a key part of the tutoring…

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Build a student's confidence and have them progress through a subject. I think my young age is my strength, being able to relate to younger people in high…

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I believe the most important thing a tutor can do for a student would be helping them build a solid foundation in their understanding of the subjects, whilst passing on some of the experiences the tutor has to the student. I believe I have many strengths I can offer as a tutor. I am very analytical and logical and I believe I will be able to…