Private maths tutors that come to you

Ezy Math is founded upon a firm belief that every child can succeed at maths or any other subject, given the proper encouragement, motivation and tools. We believe that a tutor’s most important job is to listen and observe how students work and learn, and then provide them with strategies to work and learn more effectively. Tutoring works! Be it for a grade 12 student who needs a 99.9% ATAR or a grade 3 student who needs some help understanding fractions + a confidence boost. Our...

Ezy Math is founded upon a firm belief that every child can succeed at maths or any other subject, given the proper encouragement, motivation and tools. We believe that a tutor’s most important job is to listen and observe how students work and learn, and then provide them with strategies to work and learn more effectively. Tutoring works! Be it for a grade 12 student who needs a 99.9% ATAR or a grade 3 student who needs some help understanding fractions + a confidence boost. Our goal is to help you achieve your goal and we do this by finding you a tutor who is a good fit for your specific needs!

There are 58 screened and compentent maths tutors in Sylvania Waters, NSW - ready to help! No booking costs, no cancellation fees, no contracts, and no minimum hours required + the first hour is a trial to make sure you like your tutor!

Interested? We need to understand your child's needs first. Compelte the enquiry form below & we'll reach out, or, call us on 1300 312 354.

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â€¢ Being a good role model so the student is encouraged to pick up effective study habits, and is motivated to study for a certain subject - perhaps even picking up a passion for that subject
â€¢ Help the student achieve their best in a subject by prioritising their needs and learning style to achieve the optimal outcome, and also…

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One of the most important things for a tutor to be able to provide a student, is a sense of progression through exam marks. Moreover, being able to communicate to students well and without ambiguity or miscommunication in the explanation of mathematical concepts is one of the most important qualities a tutor must have, as that is what determines…

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We`ll contact you to organize the first lesson

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Ultimately, a tutor must teach his/her student to be able to rely on themselves and think autonomously when problem solving i.e. not to be afraid of trial and error. I would say my strengths are attributes such as patience with the student (repetition when necessary), determination in getting the message across, and a friendly attitude towards all…

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I think one of the most important things a tutor should always do is make sure their students feel comfortable so they are able to ask any questions without being afraid of judgement. Communication between the tutor and the student is the key when tailoring the pace of teaching to different people. A checklist of goals and a plan of things that…

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I consider the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to, through the context of the topic for which the tutor is hired to teach the student, give the student the study skills needed to approach a completely alien topic and, without outside direction, understand the topic to the point where the student could explain any aspect of…

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Knowledge and guidance. Being able to equip the student with all the fundamentals and core ideas and also being able to give advice to the student when entering a exams. My strengths as a tutor consists of being able to explain things in a way that is understandable for the student and yet able to make it fun. I personally think that making the…

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A tutor's role is to help a student understand their potential and ability to succeed academically. This, when achieved properly, can enable the student to become a lifelong learner equipped with the ability to articulate any problem and derive a logical solution. This is a necessary skill that encompasses all facets of life and is the most…

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As a tutor it is important to make yourself available to help the student any time and quickly reply to messages. It is essential to maintain a good rapport with the student so they feel comfortable around you and feel that they can openly ask you questions. Therefore, creating a positive environment which the student is happy to engage in…

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I think that a tutor shouldn't just rote teach a student problems so that they can pass exams, this leads to little useful learning on the students part. I think a tutor's most important job is to teach the student problem-solving strategies/learning methods as well as thoroughly work through the in's and out's of the content; alongside problems…

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I think the most important thing a tutor can do is not put too much pressure on the learner. It is important to take time and work through problems slowly so they can gain an understanding of what is being taught. I believe my biggest strength, which my supervising teacher also pointed out on my last prac session, is my patience and ability to…

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The most important things a tutor can do for a student:
- help students answer questions (especially exam type questions)
- motivate students to succeed in mathematics by changing the students view of not approaching maths as a chore but something that they enjoy and is an interest
- helping struggling students catch up on content and/or…

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A tutor's most important objective should be to help a student achieve their own personal goals. This dramatically builds confidence and quickly enables the student to excel further in the given subject. I am very understanding and patient and willing to strive towards a goal. I have personally been tutored by several individuals and have learnt…

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The tutor needs to always put the students' needs first. Tutors need to listen and understand the students' learning level and subsequently apply this knowledge in order to improve the way a student learns. This is important since every child can reach their full potential, they just sometimes need some guidance. The tutor needs to keep the…

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Help them feel confident. Actual teach and help them understand the subject. Don't do their work, the goal is to help them, so maybe in the future they actually might no need you. Also find joy in learning. It's awesome when something just clicks. that I myself have been tutored in the past so I know what it's like from both sides.
Understanding…

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The most important thing a tutor can do is to inspire students to reach their full potential and encourage them to do their absolute best. I believe as a tutor I will be determined and motivated to see my students succeed, not giving up until they understand completely the topic in question. I believe my high level of english skills will allow me…

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Most tutors forget that students never enjoy tutoring, so it is important to set interesting challenges to keep students motivated and also polishing their skills using unorthodox methods. Too much of the time tutors just read off the textbook and don't provide alternative methods or keep the students' focus on their work. I believe the students…

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Be patience, find new and creative ways to teach and be enthusiastic about the subject to keep the student's attention are the most important things that a tutor can for a student. My strengths include my patience, friendly approach, willing to explain a concept until the student understands entirely and my ability to explain ideas in different…

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To understand the students natural ability with mathematics and learning style. Essentially knowing if you need to show them one or two problems and explaining exactly what is going on in depth so they understand or showing them variations of the same problem 10 times so they learn how to do that problem. Then, with this understanding, reinforce…

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Be friendly with the student
Able to teach well
Patient
Willing to study in order to answer questions and guide them on the tutor's thought process Observant
Get along with people…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is guide them. What i mean by guiding them is correcting simple mistakes so that they would learn from them and remember not to make the same mistake again. I found that by making a mistake it was a lot easier to remember the correct method after being helped by my teacher. Simlarly promoting…

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The tutor's job is to teach students how to learn, not just what to learn. It is also important for a tutor to make the subject material relevant to students and in doing so develop their love of the subject material. Finally, a tutor who works one-on-one with a student is uniquely able to completely individualise their teaching for that student.…

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I think the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to present more options and allow the student to choose which way of studying suits them most. In many cases, the students struggling with their subjects are merely going in the wrong direction with their studying, so as a tutor, I will try to present other ways of studying that best…

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I believe the most important thing is to convey to students the joy of learning. Once someone loves learning, they will naturally have a strong work ethic for their future. A tutor also must be encouraging and teach their students to not be afraid of failing or making mistakes; as long as they understand why and learn from it. I am able to…