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💸 How expensive is maths tuition per hour in Plymouth and the surrounding areas?

The average price of maths lessons in Plymouth is £16.

 

The price of maths lessons will differ depending on:

  • the experience of your maths teacher
  • where your lessons will be (via Skype or the student's place)
  • the number of lessons and the duration of each class
  • the objective of your classes

97% of our teachers give the first class for free. Check out the prices of our maths teachers in your region.

👨🏼‍⚖️ How many teachers are available in Plymouth to teach private maths courses?

In Plymouth and the suburban areas, 144 maths tutors are available to teach private lessons

 

You can refer to their adverts and contact the maths tutor that suits to your needs.

 

Choose your course from our range of more than 144 maths teachers.

💻 How can I take maths lessons online?

On Superprof, you can learn maths online with a private tutor. Whether you need help revising for your GCSEs, are struggling with maths concepts, or would just like to improve your maths skills, our tutors can help you.

 

Many of our maths tutors also offer private online tuition. Around 80% of the private tutors on Superprof give maths classes via Skype and most of them offer their first lessons free!

 

To find the available online teachers, just enter your subject criteria into the search engine and select the webcam filter to see the available teachers who are currently offering online courses in your desired subject.

 

Online courses via Skype offer you more benefits. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the teacher does not need to travel.

 

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✒️ What is the average score given by students to maths tutors in Plymouth?

Students scored their maths tutors on average 5.0 out of five from a sample of 24 recommendations.

 

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🎓 Why should you take private maths lessons in Plymouth?

Mathematics is one of the toughest subjects in school. Many students struggle with maths throughout the school year, whether at primary level, secondary or higher. This is why maths tuition is so highly sought after.

 

With the help of a maths tutor many students are able to conquer their fear of maths.

 

Take private maths lessons to learn more about the different mathematical concepts with a qualified private tutor. With the help of your tutor, now is the perfect occasion to master the different mathematical concepts more quickly.

 

Whether you want to take private lessons from home or take online classes, pick your tutor and book your maths classes today.

 

A messaging service allows you to exchange with your tutor to organise your maths courses whether you want to learn from home or at an outside location

 

Make use of our search engine to find your maths teacher from among 144 private teachers in Plymouth.

 

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Why get help with maths in Plymouth?

Whether it's to gain a new skill, prove something to yourself and others or to reach a particular grade in your Maths exam, getting yourself a Maths tutor can be really beneficial. You are likely to be far more successful with a Maths tutor than without because a home tutor can set out a structured study programme, can help you to realise your areas of strength and weakness within the subject (and your approach to learning) while also passing on their own knowledge, expertise, tips and tricks for Maths learning.

While Einstein demonstrated his formula of quadratic reciprocity almost 100 years ago, you might have found yourself puzzled by the "quadratic" part. If so, why not take some home tutoring classes!

What a Maths Tutor Can Do For You

Mathematics is particularly complex, and it is difficult to tackle a whole program without sometimes forgetting bits here and there. It can also be quite overwhelming, especially when studying for a Maths GCSE or similar which covers such a wide spectrum of mathematical content.

It would be very ambitious to tackle all this alone and, unless you are a great British mathematician such as Einstein or Alfred Kempe, it is unlikely that you will understand everything at first. Whether you are really struggling or just need a refresher, there's no reason to be shy.

You can take tutoring lessons alone or with a group of others your own age, if that helps you to feel more comfortable. Every student responds differently to a physics class or a maths class, so it's important not to build up too much pressure while trying to keep up the pace, whatever your goals are!

Don't worry though, your tutor will be experienced in identifying their students' needs and they will be able to guide each of you as individuals in the direction you need to go!

Tricky Maths Topics

Of course, every person is different and some may find topics in Maths easier or harder than others. Among the topics most often visited during a maths tutoring session, however, are the affine (or linear) function, the secrets of fractions, mental calculation (without calculators), the difference between cosine and sinus, exponential or scalar functions, algorithms, binomial distribution or the elements of a polygon.

Maths can be divided into several categories, namely: mechanics, mathematical physics, number theory (prime numbers, decimals, complex numbers), logic, geometry (including trigonometry), algebra, probability and statistics (called probabilistic study), graphs (function limits, exponential functions, variation table), real and complex analysis and perspectives.

Want to know more about numbers or probabilities? It may be time to revisit mathematical matrixes, derivations and inequalities, through interactive courses with an expert tutor!

Learn maths in Plymouth

Whether you want to improve your skills or prepare for your final exams in a small group, Plymouth has plenty of places where mathematics is in the spotlight.

Two main higher education establishments - The University of Plymouth and City College Plymouth - offer you the opportunity to study Maths and related subjects at a higher level. Here, you can do combined Maths courses with other subjects or you can study the subject alone and focus deeply on Mathematical Sciences.

In addition, there are numerous training centres around Plymouth where you can improve your numeracy or acquire new qualifications.

Plymouth and Math

Plymouth University has acknowledged the efforts that Mathematician Charles Babbage (1791-1871) made in contributing towards the creation of a programmable computer. This British maths genius, philosopher and mechanical engineer was recognised for his Maths abilities in the way he became a Maths Professor and received financial support from the government to help him to develop his ideas.

The university completed the Babbage Building in 1979 so if you are to become a pupil of the establishment then it is a great place to go and remind yourself of what is possible - there are no limits when it comes to Maths and what you can do with it which is still true today with experts constantly researching in this complex field!

Hundreds of maths teachers in Plymouth

Maths teachers are not lacking in Plymouth: between universities, private schools, business schools, associations or even mathematics clubs, you will always find a teacher to help you memorize your multiplication tables or offer help with homework.

Moreover, in most universities or schools, students have access to hours of academic support to help them progress. Home tutoring can also be set up during the school year, or during the holidays (winter holidays, Easter holidays). There are even summer vacation mathematics courses.

Taking an after school or weekend maths class can also be a smart solution: teachers are ready to teach you at any time of the week! Moreover, to improve your skills, they will tell you that there is nothing better than maths worksheets and workbooks.

Plymouth maths Courses: Choose yours on Superprof!

Finding the best mathematics teacher who can help you with your project might seem overwhelming. But that's not the case with Superprof! Indeed, we have a great selection of professional tutors offering private lessons at home while respecting your schedule and your budget, and are flexible on meeting places.

Studying? Homework help? Learning the basics? Or tackling the most complex? Our Superprof teachers are ready for all different levels and challenges that arise, from those just starting out to university level learners.

They can offer weekly classes, in addition to computer courses, physics, chemistry, online maths courses, tailor-made classes, and exercises.

Oh, and do you know how many teachers are available to you on Superprof? Just a little over 130 tutoring and private lessons combined! You can perform a geographical search to find the ideal teacher for you and set up an effective mathematics program, to help you visibly progress and succeed.

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