Private maths tutors that come to you

Most parents appreciate that there is little more important than educating and enabling their children. This is one of our core values - Education Is Life! Whether your child needs a bit of help keeping up or wants to get an ATAR of 99.95, they'll need the right support to get there. There are 47 maths tutors in Woodvale, WA who can help with that - from problem solving to study habits. Check out hundreds of reviews below - these tutors do a great job.

Most parents appreciate that there is little more important than educating and enabling their children. This is one of our core values - Education Is Life! Whether your child needs a bit of help keeping up or wants to get an ATAR of 99.95, they'll need the right support to get there. There are 47 maths tutors in Woodvale, WA who can help with that - from problem solving to study habits. Check out hundreds of reviews below - these tutors do a great job.

Private tutoring is all about getting the right person who fits well with your child's unique needs and personality. That's where we come in. We'll put you in touch with a maths tutor and organise a trial lesson. If you don't like it, we won't charge you. And because we like to keep things simple, there are no booking fees, cancellation costs, minimum requirements, there's no nonsense. Just use what you need based on a simple hourly rate.

Call us on 1300 312 354 OR complete an enquiry form and we'll reach out to you!

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I think that the most important part of being a tutor is not only teaching a student on how to excel at the particular subject, but teach them to develop certain study habits and techniques that they will then be able to utilize and apply to different subjects as well. Therefore building a foundation of study skills which they can then apply…

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My students' success is very important to me. As a tutor, it is important that my students achieve their goal at school As a tutor, I am patient, persistent and understanding. These are very important qualities because sometimes, it is easy for a tutor to solve a problem but equally difficult for student to understand, hence patience and…

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Encourage excellence in their learning and motivate them to achieve their goals. My largest strengths are patience, organisation and clarity in explanation. I am able to sit with a student and work out any problems they are having so that they can overcome them as efficiently as…

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Putting in the effort to understand their needs and revising the topics they need help with even before their lessons. Making the most of the time the student has with a tutor is essential for the student's learning process. Being patient no matter how much the student is struggling to grasp a subject & constructive criticism in regards to their…

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Students spend a major part of a day in school. Many children are unable to get the most of it due to time-constraints and lack of individual attention in a class. However, there are a few students who maintain attention and focus in a classroom environment. Reason is they are more prepared than the rest. If a child follows what is happening in…

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The most important things as a tutor would be to peel back the question to its simplest form so that the student can gain the the necessary understanding and then build the foundations of the topic. This will then build the confidence of the student to solve more complex equations. I am a very approachable person and therefore I would be friendly…

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To help and prepare them for exams and assignments. Give them confidence so they can perform well in the subject. I'm patient - which i think a tutor needs to be as students have different speeds at picking up…

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Having a good relationship with students can affect the way they learn and also their attitudes towards education, so creating a bond where we can trust each other would be very important to me. I have lots of patients with students. I understand that all students can be at different levels academically and even socially. Having a good…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is develop problem solving skills and to help them to make connections in their own mind, leading to greater retention in the long term. A tutorÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s end goal shouldnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t be to teach a student how to work out a specific problem, it should be to get the student to a…

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Often if students are seeking tutoring, they are struggling or in a place of doubt about their abilities. Providing a comfortable, safe environment where students can feel reassured about their own abilities is so important. I know before I developed a passion for mathematics especially, I struggled with and detested the subject. As soon as I…

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Make the student like the subject. To be able to inspire the student in his intellectual development.
Converse with the student and be a friend and role model. Ability top communicate well. Ability to explain complex theories in simple terms (which requires extreme clarity in thought).
Ability to assess the students current understanding and to…

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The most important thing a tutor can do for a student is helping them understand the concept behind the topic they are doing. Once you fully grasp the concept it stays with you and precision and speed with the question just comes with practice. I am able to get students to understand the concept as opposed to just learning how to do the…

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Putting all their effort into the student, and making sure they are your number one priority. Also being respectful towards the students, making them feel comfortable towards you. I am a good communicator, I am quite young so I'll be able to engage with most of the students better than someone older, I have fresh knowledge only just coming out of…

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Increase their confidence, reduce any anxiety they have about maths
Provide new and interesting ways of solving problems
Helping them relate what they're doing to the real world (for example, even if it is not something they will be doing in the future, learning how to reason and problem solve will always be valuable to them)
Cater to different…

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be a friendly face, who they can trust and share their emotions i do not judge other people's mistakes and try to show them how to overcome those by sharing my personal experience.
I am reliable with my availability, so they can trust on me when they need me the…

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To ensure the student receives the necessary attention, time and guidance to achieve their potential, e.g if one program doesn't work, being able to quickly adapt to a different approach to meet the children requirements and potential should be considered quickly and implemented time effectively Attention to detail, developing strong/committing…

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A tutor has to be able to accomodate to each students need individually. It's important to understand the needs and habits of each student as each person learns uniquely. This, in turn, provides them with the best possible learning experience which maximises potential and results. - Good Communicator
- Vast Knowledge of subjects
- Can make…

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A tutor has many responsibilities including dedication to the student and giving them your full attention. Encouraging questions and answering them is important but more so perhaps explaining concepts and ideas in a way that makes sense to that student. Another important aspect of tutoring is helping students feel confident and building self…

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On top of being supportive, the most important thing a tutor can do for a student is to be patient. Maths is challenging, and no matter how good a student can be, the tutor's patience can be tested at many points during the day. As a tutor, I feel that one of my strengths would be my ability to connect with children and teenagers. I am a great…

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Truly personalize the learning.
Incorporate connections to the student's interests.
Teach to the student's strengths.
Minimize the student's weaknesses. Adaptability, Energy, motivation, enthusiasm, Openness , availability, respect, discernment, acceptance, interpersonal skills, versatility, Flexibility,…

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Be a good listener, be ontime, never give up, never discourage student, always see the positive side of the student, emphasise that making mistakes is part of learning, change atmosphere when the students get bored. I'm a good listener, prompt, really strong in mathematics and physics (I'm a PhD in physics). I'm passionate at these two subjects. I…