Private maths tutors that come to you

The student experience can be a tough one. From developing intellectual confidence to figuring out what you want to do after school. Everyone can usually remember the frustrations that plagued them during the school years of their life. We have 430 maths tutors in West Melbourne, VIC who can alleviate some of those frustrations for your child. Maybe they just need a bit of a boost, or maybe they need a strategic plan to ace their exams, leaving no stone unturned. A home maths tutor will...

The student experience can be a tough one. From developing intellectual confidence to figuring out what you want to do after school. Everyone can usually remember the frustrations that plagued them during the school years of their life. We have 430 maths tutors in West Melbourne, VIC who can alleviate some of those frustrations for your child. Maybe they just need a bit of a boost, or maybe they need a strategic plan to ace their exams, leaving no stone unturned. A home maths tutor will get to know your child's needs and learning style and help in a tailored and supportive way.

So how does it work?

The tutoring is done in your home or any other location you opt for. The first tutoring session works as a trial to ensure you're actually happy with the person coming over. If not, feel free to try someone else - getting the right fit is crucial. The cost structure is based on a simple hourly rate with no additional fees or minimum requirements of any sort.

Just fill in the form or give us a call at 1300 312 354 & we'll organise a trial lesson for your child. Ezy!

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to allow them to understand the subject and achieve a good grade in that subject. This goes hand in hand with making a student feel more confident and relaxed about the subject and hopefully find enjoyment in the subject. I think my strengths would be interacting with students and explaining…

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I take offence that students aren't given an insight into the immense art and beauty that goes behind mathematics. I take priority in showing students the history behind the math they study. I always put emphasis on proofs, a failure to do so usually means a bad start to university. At the end of each tutorial, it is imperative that the tutor…

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Be patient with them I can explain complicated maths comcept in a way people can understand (according to my…

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The most important thing a tutor can do is to make sure the students like the subject, when the students do not like a certain subject due to hard to understand or some other factors, this will result in a repulsion of the subject and creating a negative impact on them. Once they are interested in the subject, this will make their studies much…

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A tutor needs to be able to inspire a student to strive and succeed in their chosen field, while still maintaining a personal, friendly relationship with them. A tutor must help the student to understand the coursework, but more than that must teach the student how to think (not just what to think) and how to apply that knowledge in many…

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I think that the best thing a tutor can do for their students is to give them self confidence. In my experience as a tutor i feel that being unable to understand the material provided at school makes the student doubt their capabilities. To me the most important job of any tutor is to re-kindle that flame of passion and restore their confidence. I…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to improve their confidence and self-esteem. I find with many of my past students, they posses the skills to complete assignments but simply don't believe in themselves. Recieving poor or mediocre grades can crush a students morale leading to a bitterness towards a subect. This tends to be a…

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I think tutors have to have the appropriate amount of empathy to understand, not only the way they learn, but also their reason for learning. Best thing tutor can do is align his values with his student's. I think this is a way to frustrate and alienate him. I can approach a problem the way student does. This gives me an insight into where they…

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Helping students learn better, and making learning fun and enjoyable for them. Giving them studying skills that will help them learn independently in the future. I have great interpersonal skills which helps me relate to students, and make learning fun for them. Also, I am passionate about the subject Mathematics, and I have learnt different…

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Develop independent learning.
Help students understand high-level concepts. I possess strong communication and interpersonal skills developed from continuous involvement in my high school community. Additionally, I can take a variety of approaches in order to help tutees understand different…

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Track their progress, genuinely motivate them to do their best, and be understanding and patient with them. I am friendly, approachable, and patient. I am able to easily form meaningful relationships with anyone, making students comfortable around me, while still respecting my authority as a…

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As a tutor, you are not just there to teach students how to solve homework problems. You are there as a friend or a listener, who has the chance to give them advice in real-world, problems they face outside school. I still remember words from a few of my tutors back in high school. These words are influential and may follow students a long way. I…

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Prepare the notes, which are easy to understand for the students. Patience and be able to adapt to each of the student's…

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Teach students to solve questions with same theories, rather than just the questions on the textbook. I was good at Maths and had no trouble understanding theories myself. I would love to share my way of learning Maths and understanding theories to young generations. I can express myself clear while tutoring and explaining my points.
I am…

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The most important thing is to fully understand the doubts of the student and their lack of understanding in different areas of a subject. It is then necessary to device a personalised plan of action for that student, to strengthen those concepts and help them gain confidence in themselves and their abilities. This is the most crucial thing a…

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As well as a strong knowledge of the subject area, I believe compassion, patience and empathy are also vital for a successful tutor, especially for a student who may be struggling. Tutors must be competant, but I think the most important thing is to be supportive and understanding. I'm reliable, outgoing, and I possess the strange affliction of…

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A tutor must help a student develop their knowledge of a subject whilst providing them with the tools to become an independent, inquiring learner so that they can eventually succeed independently. I believe the most important thing is for a tutor to help students ask the right questions in their learning journey, rather than just helping them find…

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Help him change his views and standpoints on a subject Clearly communicate complex ideas to…

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Being patient to students and being able to think in different ways. Patience is essential for us tutors as students may require us to explain a question several times in order to fully comprehend. Yet in some other cases we need to be able to think in different ways when solving a problem as students may not get the way that we usually solve a…

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An important thing would be to instil a sense of confidence in a student about a particular subject, theory, or whatever it is that they are struggling with. Without confidence, even if a student may know the content or understand the theory, it can be difficult to do well in that subject. This is achieved by repeating a concept or practising it a…

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A tutor must be understanding and patient.
These students are still learning and can feel embarassed about their slow progress. It is the death of a students learning if they feel too scared to ask questions or go over the same content. A great tutor must understand this and make the student feel comfortable and at ease so they are willing to…

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The number one rule that I tutor by is to never give a student an answer. I believe its crucial for the student to work towards an answer with guidance from their tutor, this enables them to learn from their mistakes and understand the process to a solution themselves, rather than being handed the solution on a plate by their tutor.
I believe it…

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Inspiring students to learn and do well in their chosen subject and provide a second source of information to go to outside of their regular teachers in the case that their teacher's style doesn't fit well with the student. My strengths are a broad knowledge of Mathematics, Physics and Engineering, enthusiasm, and a lot of patience. I am able to…