Private maths tutors that come to you

If you are looking for a maths tutor in Sydney, NSW you came to the right place! We have 93 maths tutors carefully selected to help achieve your child's academic goals. Our tutors do not only teach specific content, they help students to become strong, capable learners so they can eventually succeed on their own. Parents seek help for all sorts of reasons, be it general support with comprehension, keeping up with the class or achieving a target grade in specific exams....

If you are looking for a maths tutor in Sydney, NSW you came to the right place!

We have 93 maths tutors carefully selected to help achieve your child's academic goals. Our tutors do not only teach specific content, they help students to become strong, capable learners so they can eventually succeed on their own. Parents seek help for all sorts of reasons, be it general support with comprehension, keeping up with the class or achieving a target grade in specific exams. That's why we offer a tailored solution centered around your specifc needs.

So, how does it work? The tutor will come to any location around Sydney or the surrounding suburbs at a time and day that works for you. The first hour works as a trial just to make sure you're happy with your tutor. If you're not happy we won't charge you and will organise someone else for you to have a trial with.

As our name suggests @ Ezy Math Tutoring we want to keep things easy for you. That's why we offer simple hourly rates. There are no contracts, booking fees, minimum tutoring requirements or cancellation costs. Simple!

Since 2011 we have helped thousands of students all over Australia. You can check out some of our success stories here. We hope to have the priviledge of helping your child too. To take your first step complete the enquiry for to speak with one of our consultants or just call us @ 1300 312 354

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I believe that creating a comfortable environment for the student is one of the most important things a tutor can do. This is to ensure the student can gain confidence to ask questions to further understand the logic behind answers, as I find this helps them be more flexible in exams. I am fun, relaxed and approachable, which I find are strengths…

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Developing a work ethic in a student that will follow them throughout their lives. To instil a confidence and ability to study over the long term, in a developing mind, is the most valuable and powerful thing a tutor can do. Apart from a strong academic knowledge and understanding of the education system, my creative and fun angle of tutoring,…

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We`ll contact you to organize the first lesson

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Be available for the student at all times so they can ask for help whenever they need to, always be encouraging and keep motivating the student to strive for better, always be supportive and understanding for the student. easily contactable at all times, very punctual, enthusiastic, supportive, very good interpersonal skills, friendly, reliable,…

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To be supportive and to help them to understand that being confused or not understanding something straight away is an essential part of the learning experience. I have a deep understanding of maths so I can often explain topics in multiple ways, which is useful if a particular explanation doesn't resonate with the student, I can always try to…

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Increase their confidence in class at school so they don't walk into a classroom dreading not understanding anything the teacher will be talking about. My goal in teaching someone is that they can understand it, and understand how they got to the solution not that they did get to the solution. This I believe makes them a better student as it means…

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I think making a student believe that hard work is more important than inherent ability when it comes to mathematics or any other field for that matter is probably the most important thing a tutor can do for a student. Patience and spotting where the student needs to…

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I think it is very important for a tutor to help his students gain confidence mentally on the subject. it is also equally important to try and develop the fundamentals and concepts in the minds of his students in the best way he can. understanding the perspective of the student properly and help him de-bug his own methods before presenting our…

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Breakdown difficult concepts into easy concepts to grasp. It is also important that the tutor pays more attention to and builds rapport with the student as this differentiates a teacher from a tutor who teaches one-to-one. In-depth understanding of the subject. This allows me to break down complex problems and concepts into basic understandable…

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The most important thing is to make sure that the student doesn't feel overwhelmed with their workload, and instead has fun (or at least doesn't detest the time spent) while studying. In this regard, the tutor has to make the content interesting and tailor it to each individual if it's one-on-one. I'm very patient in explaining concepts. I also…

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I think the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is not simply improving their results, but rather, teaching them how to study and keep them engaged. I think knowing how to study can benefit students as they will always be studying new things in their lives. Knowing how can help them learn new things more easily and quickly. By…

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An important thing a tutor can do is guide the student and help activate their schemas without completely giving them the answer. It is more rewarding for the student if they come to the final solution themselves. Also understanding the students learning style and tutoring to suit this style is a very important factor. As I am currently studying…

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I think as a tutor, it is crucial that the tutor makes sure that the student can fully understand the material they learnt at school and making sure they practice the material, as the role of tutor is to assist students with their studies, and building up their confidence in up coming open exam. As a tutor, I think my strengths would be patience…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to make the learning environment a productive but also an enjoyable experience. If the student comes to loves maths their willingness to learn with also increase One of my greatest strengths is patience. I am a very patient person and will not get frustrated with anyone who is having…

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Creativity and competency in delivering the content, give support to the student and build up their confidence. Also, would be able to build up a fun and enthusiastic environment while studying. I would like to encourage the student to be able to do basic Mathematics without a calculator. Also, I have multiple examples and approaches to solve a…

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Patience, most of the students hire tutors because they really need help. Not all the students are smart, however the patience of tutor and hardworking student can achieve their goals. I have strong work ethic. I do not really give up easily. I always find new ways to approaching problems in stead of giving…

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Support their discovery of the subject they have a difficulty in understanding. NOT to think for them, instead, challenge them to use their own capacity to think solutions and have the unlimited courage to make mistakes and learn from them. My strengths as a tutor include patience, perseverance and insight into the misunderstandings and challenges…

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Understand the areas that they need to improve in and to listen to any concerns a student may have. In combination to this, is using the information given by a student to create a better learning environment to enrich the students learning process I believe that I have excellent communication and interpersonal skills as well as being compassionate…

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Help a student learn how to learn and teach themselves to become a life long learner. I have done a fair amount of self study therefore I am resourceful and can help pass this skill on to the students, so they can learn and become independent students.
Through dentistry and volunteer experience I have developed useful communication…

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I believe the most important things a tutor can do is to explain things as simply as possible and make sure the student fully understands the subject by testing them with examples. I also think that it is important that the student feels they can ask any question they want without feeling embarrassed. It is also important to form a strong…

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The most important thing in my point of view is individualized attention which they do not get in a crowded classroom. Tutors develop learning skills in their students with different techniques. Taking tests often prepare them for class exams. My strengths are:
Hard Work
Knowledge
Availability
Respect
Acceptance
Motivation
I am always…

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1. Set high expectations
2. Establish a classroom routine
3. Care for every student
4. Be transparent and ready to help
5. Use teaching strategies that cause them to think outside the box.
6. Be consistent
7. Communicate with parents.
8. Make learning fun Patience and approach
Positivity and praise
Adaptability (flexibility,…

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I believe that a tutor can bring out a sense of accomplishment and excitement that teachers in large classrooms can't. Tutors can guide students to answers without giving them away for free, and provide one-on-one attention which boosts confidence. I never provide the answer to questions, without first encouraging the students to learn and…

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1) Personalize the learning with students, to understand every student has raised with different learning and focus individually on there weaker sections.
2) Be honest with there parents about there growth and set realistic expectations. 1) I know what materials are relevant to students for a solid foundation of topic and also the analyzing…