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Jim Simons - Maths Tutor in Prestbury teaching A level and beyond - PhD in Mathematics

I love mathematics, and I hope that some of my enthusiasm will rub off on you. The more you enjoy the subject the better you'll do, and so the more you'll enjoy it, and so on. There is usually a lot of smiling and even laughter in my lessons. I teach Mathematics at A level and beyond.

(1 review)
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Online Maths Tuition offered by an experienced Maths Teacher (KS3, GCSE & A-level)

I adapt my teaching style to the personal needs of the person I work with. Everybody is different, and therefore the teaching style needs to be adapted appropriately as well. I particularly like working with students who struggle with Maths and see them grow in confidence and ability over the period of time. I find it extremely rewarding. I focus on building up my students' confidence.

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University of Edinburgh engineering student making Physics and Math look easy and interesting.If you doubt that I am a genius, take a look at my profile picture. You will realise I am a man of great '

I am an engineering student at the University of Edinburgh.I have had my eyes on this stream ever since I started excelling in Physics and Math. Over the years,my teaching methods have evolved a lot.I normally ask the students what problems they are struggling with and then proceed to explain the relevant fundamentals.

(11 reviews)

Hettie - Exeter - Maths

I am a dedicated, reliable and enthusiastic full time tutor. I specialise in 11+ / 13+ exam preparation, all core subjects at primary level and GCSE English and maths. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths and English (Key stage 1 and 2 / primary) - this includes SATs. 11+ exam preparation (non-verbal reasoning, verbal reasoning, English and maths). Key Stage 3 - English and maths.

(5 reviews)
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Experience A-Level and university maths tutor. Pure, mechanics and statistics and engineering maths all covered

The lesson revolves around student needs: • Exam preparation – we focus on understanding the content, then selected seminar topics and finally exam past papers. • Selected topic work – firm focus on one topic includes highlighting the essential workings and the applications of the course. • Project support – often students don’t know where to start.

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Imy - Woodford Green -maths A-level and GCSE , qualified teacher , 18 years

Evening slots fully booked, Day time slots available for A-level students. Please request to be on waiting list. I'm a highly qualified maths teacher with over 18 years of teaching experience. I now tutor full time Monday to Friday and I've used my extensive teaching experience to build the confidence of my students regardless of their ability.

(9 reviews)
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Maths, Business Studies, Economics, Health and social care and dissertation assignments support

I have Advanced Diploma of the Associate of Business Executives (ABE); Masters in Business Administration (MBA) specialized in services marketing; Postgraduate Diploma of Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and a PhD, all from the UK universities.

(4 reviews)
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Mathematics PhD Graduate offering maths lessons for GCSE and A-Level students in Plymouth

When taking on a new student I first try to understand any areas where the student is struggling and then build up from the foundations to fill in those areas. I always aim to ensure my students not only know how to answer a question but, can explain why they have that answer and its significance.

(8 reviews)
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Sheffield Maths Tutor - Experienced and professional : In person or online ( Cambridge educated )

I am a professional maths tutor with 30 years of experience. I break maths down into small steps to make it understandable or I set hard challenges to stretch students. My approach is to teach using real-life problems, and past exam questions. I use the first few lessons to assess where a student needs help by working through suitable problems together.

Harrow on the Hill
(15 reviews)
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Experienced Maths and Science Tutor- Harrow on the Hill, Rayners lane, South harrow, Northolt, Pinner, Northwood, North harrow ,Sudbury town.

About me: I am educated to degree in Mathematics and specialised in Mathematics. I concentrate my efforts on 'private tuition' in which I have had considerable success and find stimulating and rewarding. I teach Maths up to A -level (New Curriculum), GCSE (New 9-1) Maths, IB, IGCSE and Maths entrance exams, Physics (up to GCSE), Chemistry (up to GCSE).I am tutoring in the UK over 10+ years now.


Kapilan - Mathematics Tuition to all levels - GCSE, A Level, Professional, Maths Tuition

I have almost 14 years experience in tutoring Maths and numerical skills to Grade 3 - A' Level students. I have completed my secondary and further education in UK and have been helping all age group students achieving their potential. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics, Numerical Skills, Basic Maths for all age group.

(7 reviews)

Diane - Diss - Maths

I am a fully qualified teacher with 26 years of teaching experience, now working full-time as a professional independent private maths tutor. I am able to offer tailor made tuition for students of all abilities from age 7 to GCSE level. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Maths, dyscalculia - Tell me about your qualifications.

(5 reviews)
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Tom - West Lothian-Edinburgh-Falkirk - SQA National, GCSE and IB Maths & Physics-Degree Qualified & STEM Registered -Scribblar Pro.

Experienced and well qualified tutor in secondary, adult and university Maths, Physics. With a positive attitude and engaging personality I get on well with my students. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Physics and Mathematics, GCSE or Scottish Nationals A-Level or Highers Further/Higher (university) Adult/Casual learner - Tell me about your qualifications. B.Sc.

(5 reviews)
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Maths PhD student at Imperial College with three years of experience in private tutoring offers maths and physics lessons!

I am currently doing my PhD in mathematics at Imperial College London, but my background is in theoretical physics. I have been a physics and mathematics tutor for three years now, mentoring about 80 students, up to university level.

(9 reviews)
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Maths and physics tutoring at all levels of up to GCSE and some AS topics in the Middlesex and surrounding areas. Degree in Aerospace Engineering (BEng)

I believe the best way to prepare for an exam is to tackle some past papers from the relevant exam board, identify the weak areas and then work back over those areas to strengthen understanding.

(3 reviews)
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Engineering Student offering Maths and Science classes for high school students in London

I believe in learning through understanding. My classes are fun and interactive, using techniques such as creating mind maps with students and using visual aids for learning especially in science classes, followed up by using past papers to drill exam techniques weeks prior to important examinations.

(3 reviews)
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Physics student Looking for inspire others to my passion in mathematics and physics

I enjoy one on one teaching to allow my students to be helped with a personal care and try to identify why they might be struggling. This also helps be share my love of the subject to those who I am helping. I enjoy looking for ways tp explain concepts is unconventional ways to help my pupils understand them.

(10 reviews)
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Highly Experienced Primary & Secondary Maths Tutor and 11+ Certified Teacher in Birmingham

I graduated from The University of Birmingham and obtained a PhD degree. I love teaching children Maths (up to GCSE level) and tutoring for 11+ test and am committed to excellence and determined to make an impact in the life of all my students.


15 000 hours experience of first-class teaching (GCSE and A level):now online!

I run enjoyable lessons which match the student's needs perfectly. Although the lessons are fun, they are also rigorous at the same time. I have an excellent knowledge of of the new exam system. I also have access to some excellent resources such as Mymaths the most popular digital textbooks. I am offering online tuition Monday to Friday before 3pm.

Greater London
(10 reviews)
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10+ years of tutoring experience at GCSE and A level Maths, North London

10 years of private tutoring experience to GCSE and A level students. I have passion for education and a strong academic background. I have expertise in the following: GCSE/IGCSE Maths and Additional Maths A level Maths(Core, Further, Mechanics, Statistics) Exam boards Edexcel, OCR, AQA, OCR Mei.

Greater London
(9 reviews)
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Dr Wasim Akber - University Lecturer in Mechatronics Engineering offering Engineering and Mathematics tuition at many different levels (e.g. GCSE, A-level, Undergraduates and Postgraduates)

I've made students who were failing their degree studies become university toppers (references provided upon request). Results for 2016/7: 100% A*-B grades achieved. I also offer help with assignments / projects at undergraduate/postgraduate levels. Q.

(8 reviews)
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On-line tutoring by experienced Maths teacher and examiner for GCSE and Alevel.

I specialise in exam preparation using an on-line classroom (not Skype) which allows screen-sharing, annotation and saving of screenshots. It's easy, convenient and fun ! I use lots of practice exam questions to help build confidence, fill gaps in knowledge and improve exam technique. My students call me reassuring, motivating and helpful.

(2 reviews)

Hellen - Greenhill - Maths

Hello, my name is Hellen and I am passionate about learning! I believe everyone has the ability to achieve in Science and that in doing so they will learn valuable skills for life. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I tutor Science and Maths at KS3 and GCSE, including Combined Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths. I can also tutor IGCSE students in these subjects.

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Kitty - Carfax - Maths

I am an Oxford University graduate in Experimental Psychology with three years tutoring experience. I received 43 points in the IB with 776 at higher level. I have excellent feedback from previous clients.

(12 reviews)
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FAZMATHS - Maths tutoring in Enfield, London and reaching students online worldwide

I teach Maths to Primary school children and Secondary school children and also cover the 11+ and 13+ exams for selective schools. All my students have developed a love for Maths.

(2 reviews)
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Aerospace Engineering Student providing Maths, Further Maths and Physics tutoring up to A Level

I am a third year Aerospace Engineering student at Bristol University and I am prepared to give lessons on STEM subjects up to A Level. I currently study and practice a lot of the concepts I learnt at A Level, so I still have a great underlying knowledge of them and look forward to teaching others how to achieve top class results.

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Maths and Science tutor with A*/9s at GCSE offering lessons in Kingston/Elmbridge

My lessons are geared towards those in Primary and KS3. I can also offer GCSE tutoring as I took my GCSE in the New Grading system last year. My teaching style is very flexible and I will devise a separate lesson plan based on each student according to what they are learning and what they feel they are struggling with. I am also able to provide many resources, such as revision cards and worksheets.

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Passionate A-Level Maths student; offering assessment, motivation and tutoring in Dunstable.

I am looking to teach Primary, Secondary, GCSE and AS level Maths and look to develop an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of each individual student. Tackling each issue slowly through practice and explanation. I also greatly appreciate the illustrative value of online sources. I have been through all stages of mathematical education up to A-level.

Newcastle upon Tyne
(2 reviews)
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Experienced teacher offering Maths, Statistics and Mechanics lessons up to A-Level and undergraduate level in Newcastle

I am always keen to provide individualised and differentiated support for my students that are struggling with learning concepts and mathematical topics, presenting information in a variety of ways, emphasising relevance of class material to the world beyond the classroom.

(2 reviews)
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Finance and Investment Banking student offering Maths tutoring up to and including A Level in Reading

My teaching method is to first go through past papers to identify where the student’s weaknesses may be. This will then be followed up by going through example questions with the student and showing them the method before letting them have a go at a couple on their own.

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Perfect! My daughter who is studying A level maths has had 3 tutoring lessons now with Miranda and we have found Miranda to be a very supportive knowledgeable tutor My daughter already feels more confident in mechanics

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Perfect! Abdiraham has been tutoring me in statistics in preparation for my MSc course. He has assessed my needs and tailors each lesson to my ability and speed of learning and makes sure I understand a topic by working through questions presented in...

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Perfect! Umor is a great tutor. He has helped me and my child tremendously. Highly recommended.

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Perfect! Great tutor ! Friendly and my daughter likes her too! Already see progress and in only 2 lessons! Thank you Hannah!

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Perfect! Akhil taught my son Maths and Physics GCSE and helped him immeasurably achieve his desired goal into getting into a top college Highly recommended

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Getting maths support from a tutor: sometimes offers invaluable help

Children and adolescents, from kindergarten to high school, are used to being taught in large groups by a university certified teacher. But what would happen if you changed this methodology and by doing so allowed your child to dramatically progress in math? An in-home maths teacher is a maths professional who intricately knows the ins and out of teaching, while also adding a little something more... Notably, a skill set in successfully working one on one, at home, with students. They can sometimes be self-taught, an engineering student or an experienced engineer, but they always offer professional and tailor-made help to foster the successful progression of the student.

Can in-home maths lessons be a solution for social inequalities?

Arithmetics, Euclidean division, algebraic expression, Cartesian geometry, linear regression, solving a second degree equation, periodic function, calculating the square root... It's impossible to deny, mathematics are not always very easy to understand! And if in addition to all these difficulties encountered in mathematics we add in disparities due to social inequalities... it becomes even more challenging! In this regard, the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), an international organization based in Paris, published in June 2016 a report highlighting the disparities between the various French social strata in the field of mathematics, which can be easily compared to similar findings in the UK. To sum up the study a little, the OECD argues in particular that the most disadvantaged students learn simple notions of math, while the most advantaged tackle arithmetic, linear equations and other high-level concepts early on. One statistic states: 43% of "disadvantaged" students are less familiar with mathematical concepts than others, while the national average is 65%. To fight against this very worrying trend, there is a solution for parents and their children: in-home tutoring, which is available for everyone! And in the face of such statistics and increasing disparity amongst students, the remedy offered by a private maths teacher at home becomes invaluable... We, therefore, invite all different levels of students to turn towards home schooling support, which offers help with homework and maths classes at home!

The growing importance of maths

We cannot deny the crucial importance of mathematics in our lives. As soon as learning begins in school, children start with distinguishing numbers and shapes. Then, whether they grow up to become a mathematics major in university, or go to polytechnic school, engineering school, business school... and more: maths can be found in the daily and professional lives of everyone!

Maths in education: multiplication tables to Pythagorean theorem

Taking private lessons in mathematics or hiring a teacher for tutoring and help with homework, is proving increasingly necessary. Parents have less and less time to devote to these tasks. But the importance of maths and science subjects (physical sciences, engineering sciences, science and technology) does not decrease with age. Thus, to get accepted into certain university programs and give yourself every chance to get the career you want, or to ace your GCSEs and A Levels, you must know a number of mathematical topics perfectly! This obviously begins with mental arithmetic, the multiplication table and equations (division, multiplication, subtraction), then moves on to the Pythagorean theorem, Thales theorem, right triangles, geometry classes, algebra, trigonometry, learning to solve an equation, an arithmetic sequence, mastering prime numbers, natural integers, complex numbers, relative numbers, calculus, probability... With the help of a maths teacher, you can review all these topics and begin to get to know them by heart, which makes taking the GCSE that much easier. Improving your maths skills can open many doors after high school and help you in finding the best career for you.

What good is maths in everyday life?

When you have your nose to the grindstone and you're tearing out your hair in frustration: maths can feel like hell! Even to the point of wondering what is maths even good for. But by taking a step back from these small roadblocks, we quickly realize the importance of mathematics in our everyday lives. It is with maths that, from an early age, kindergarten and primary school, we first learn to understand our world. A world and a society regulated by numbers and logic, 1 + 1 = 2. Learning mathematics is, therefore, equivalent to discovering the codes that govern our environment. Subsequently, maths allow us to perform countless everyday tasks: calculate distances, percentages, statistics, understand your bank account, subscribe to a bank loan, negotiate, budget... In one's professional life, the knowledge learned from your different maths teachers will be a deciding factor as well. In order to join professions in fields such as computer science, finance, accounting, commerce, architecture, interior design or even to start up your own business, maths becomes a necessity.

Why get help from a maths teacher at home?

Hiring a maths tutor for your child at home is an important decision. To give them all the best chances of success to start. But also for the expense that this can represent. It is, therefore, important to explore beforehand: what are the benefits of home tutoring and getting help with homework?

Tutoring and help with homework can combat difficulties

When you want to progress in math, it is necessary to know the difference between private lessons and academic support. A maths teacher does not have the same approach for one or the other. Let's talk about tutoring at home: it is reserved for students who are having difficulty, looking to improve and succeed academically! This is also why we talk about help with homework in these support classes. In middle school, in high school and even in higher education, maths can pose a lot of problems. The logic of some exercises is not obvious to all students. Worse, maths is also known to cause many psychological blockages. And to deal with such limits, calling upon an independent maths teacher, who can devote all his time to the student, can often be life-saving.

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Private maths teachers are not just for students having difficulty. Some simply have to prepare for a major event and ensure admission to their desired program in one of the major schools they are targeting. And to enter upper level maths courses, physics, biology, engineering sciences, business school, polytechnic or engineering school, calling upon the help of a teacher specializing in at-home maths support is more than recommended! In any case, it is an ideal way to learn good studying techniques and know your subject matter like the back of your hand.

A maths tutor can help put an end to psychological blockages

As we said above, maths can undeniably cause large psychological blocks in many students. It is a fact. But incredibly helpful tutors can also help with problems with shyness. It is true that being asked in front of everyone to solve a maths problem on the board about a fluctuation interval, a confidence interval, a standard deviation, a cosine or a tangent, a polygon, an affine function, an exercise in chemistry physics, a differential equation, a complex number, to find an abscissa or start a literal calculation... Can certainly be intimidating! Especially when it has to be done in front of thirty other students. Some middle and high school students are thus limited by their introverted nature and shyness to participate. And in the end they can progress more slowly. A real problem that an at-home maths teacher can solve immediately by fostering a peer-to-peer relationship. No more the image of the all-powerful teacher standing behind his desk and potentially intimidating students: instead a new kind of mathematics teacher (having gained a diploma or not), close to the student and accustomed to teaching in these sometimes delicate contexts.