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Hello I am Faiza and I have a GCSE in maths and I have a psychology degree.

I have A-level maths in Algeria and a GCSE in maths here in the UK. I teach my student the lesson then I give them some questions to answer to see if they have any problems. Most student finds algebra difficult and I know how to teach them an easy way to remember.

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A quality tutoring in GCSE, IGCSE, AS and A2 Maths subjects in Harrow, London

An articulate Academic Professional with a proven track record of positive contribution towards learning, teaching and development of the young and adult learners. I have also acquired a deep knowledge of National Curriculum & motivating my learners and inspired them to do well in their studies. - Classes One to one and group classes.

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Female engineering professional offering evening maths, english and science lessons online only

My name is Louise Birchall I have an 1st class honours degree in mechanical engineers and work for a local engineering firm.

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Second year physics student at Lancaster University offering physics and maths lessons in Lancaster.

Hi, I'm Patrick, I’m currently in the second year of my integrated masters degree in physics and am looking to give lessons and support in physics and maths for all ages and qualifications up to and including A2. Physics is the science of the universe; it explains everything from the interactions of the fundamental particles to the behaviour of unimaginably vast galaxies and stars.

Jean parfait
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Learn more about science and technology, any subjects related to science is my speciality.

I am a young diploma holder student in medical science, currently studying at University and would be honoured to pass on my knowledge. From medical sciences to general medical science. I hold a triple distinction star certificate in medical science. I am extremely amazing in maths as well as English language.

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Applied Social Science student offering to teach A level Politics and GCSE Maths

Engaging practical lessons to support your studies of A level politics (British Government and Politics and Political ideologies) and GCSE Maths. I'm a student of Applied Social Sciences at Durham University with an aspiration to join the civil service. My lessons would be spent explaining and demonstrating the use of a concept before practical exercises.

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Architecture Student offering top notch guidance in both Trigonometry and Geometry in Nottingham

I am currently a Undergraduate student at Nottingham Trent University studying Interior Architecture and Design , before I was doing my a level's in Computing , Literature and Art where i left with 11 points .(Equivalent to ACC) I chose to tutor in those specific topics because even though i never ended up doing alevel math , I had a strong passion for it and got an B.


Kenny - Gillingham - Maths

I am a very friendly and approachable person who is very passionate about helping young people to enhance their ability to succeed as individuals.

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Engineering student offering Maths, Physics and Chemistry lessons in Manchester for GCSE and A-Levels

I am a first year chemical engineering student at the University of Manchester and I am looking to give lessons to both GCSE and A-Level students. Having gone through the same education and with the stress of A-level exams quite fresh in my mind i understand what exactly students need to know to obtain their dream grade.

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University student offering GCSE Math tutoring + proof reading and correcting essays any level

Currently studying at the University of Kent masters in Investment, Finance and Risk. I just finished my undergraduate in Financial Economics and graduated with a First class.

Milton Keynes Centre
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David - Milton Keynes Centre - Maths

My first step is always to give your child confidence to learn. I work with children how they learn and as they could be-so that they will attain that level. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I specialize in supporting children with dyslexia and other learning difficulties; especially with reading, writing & spelling. - Tell me about your qualifications.

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University of Glasgow Mechanical Engineering student offering lessons in Mathematics. IGCSE A Accelerated A level B. Can teach GCSE and A level Mathematics

In my first year of a Mechanical Engineering degree. I give lessons to anyone taking Checkpoint GCSE and A level Mathematics. Use a one on One technique with my students and always encourage extra work, homework is and important part of my methodology and lesson structure.

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Come and enjoy Maths and science specifically Bio and chemistry. I will study GCSE level or below. As now I'm studying at university of wolverhampton

If you think i can teach you first i shall test you, from there we will figure out your weakness and strength. We will improve on your weakness and maintain your strength. there would be test after every topics i will teach.

Greater London
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I teach economics, physics and maths and live in south East London. Down to earth, young tutor here to help you achieve your potential

I believe that students learn best when challenged constantly so that they strive to become better and are able to overcome any obstacle in their way.

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SEN teaching assistant willing to tutor for maths at primary or secondary level in Great Barr

I’m a SEN teaching assistant in a secondary school, specialising in maths and science. I aim to teach a topic in stages and then test whether a student is able to use what they have learnt in exam style questions.

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University first year student in Aerospace Systems Engineering giving maths and relative science lessons to BTEC and secodary students or below years

Use of old past papers (provided myself), of the related exam board for the students to go through with in order to help gain experience and an idea on how to solve an exam style questions. A quick 15 minutes test on the start of every 2 weeks to see the progress of the student, whilst providing fundamental notes and any additional help via emails for any advance queries or helps required.

Central Brighton

Alfred - Central Brighton - Maths

I provide tuition that is personally tailored to the needs of each individual student. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths from age 11 to 16 (i.e. up to GCSE) plus refresher courses for adults. Most recently I also offer English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) at Introductory level. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a Cert.Ed. (1972) a B.A (1976) and an M.Ed.(1997).

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Maths and Sciences, Ashford Surrey, Direct and Creative, Solving problems by solving your problems

I am direct to the point with my teaching, knowing why something is what it is is crucial, knowing the facts alone is not enough. Come to me if you not only want to do well but excel in your understanding and depth of your knowledge.

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College student wanting to share the love of math through the younger generations

Hi I am Ee-Thern Ship, I have an A* in Maths GCSE and I am currently taking A level maths, Physics and Economics at Radley College. I want to help younger children to take on maths and show that maths is much easier than they think. I'll teach mainly the basics but when I see fit I will be more than happy to move on to the more advance topics. Also I will be more than happy to do exam prep.

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Discover how simple and easy the language of math can truly be

I have a natural talent for numeracy, and systems thinking. I have been an IT and engineering professional for the past 12 years. I enjoy teaching aspiring students and helping them cultivate and recognise their own innate gifts. I pride myself in being able to listen, truly listen, before setting those that I tutor on a path of self discovery.

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A-level student offering tuition for maths and chemistry up to AS-level in Liverpool.

One to one tuition with individualised lessons based on the students personal needs. Teaching is centred on ensuring mastery of a topic before moving on, involving consolidating understanding of basic concepts to apply them to more advanced situations. Exam practice is the other focus, which involves developing a student's general technique, and giving advice specific to exam level and type.

Greater London
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University student giving secondary and GCSE maths tutoring online or at home

I am a friendly and encouraging individual, I aim to encourage the student to think of problems on their own and try not to spoon feed them too many answers. I have also found it is beneficial to repeat a subject after few weeks to cement it better in the student's knowledge.

Greater London
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Learn Mathematics - GCSE/ AS level in Central London in an interesting way by an Electronics and Communication Engineer

Every student is special so, my first action is to understand the needs of the individual. Set up expectations and goals, and then succeed together.

Greater London
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University student studying Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London. Studied Maths, Further Maths, Chemistry, and Economics at A-Level, with A*A*AA.

My subject areas of speciality are Maths and Chemistry, as I can teach students up to their A-level degree. Lessons are usually structured in the order of: homework report (including addressing some difficulties students may have found in his studies), explanatory teaching, and practice questions at the very end, as a believe this is the best learning method.

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Final year university student gives tutoring in maths in exeter or online

I am happy to tutor mathematics at primary school level through to A-level (except further mathematics AS/A-level). This can be done online, at your home, or at a library or cafe if preferred. In the past, my tutoring sessions have consisted of the student providing homework and class questions they are struggling with and we have worked through them together.

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Experienced qualified teacher to give primary maths, key stage 2 and early key stage 3 maths tuition.

I work only a bespoke teaching approach, no single learner is the same, everyone is different. I like the tuition to be fun but also to be effective. I tutor primarily key stage 2 and key stage 3 maths but can work up to GCSE foundation level or higher level.

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College student studying Biology,Chemistry and Psychology in Liverppol, tutoring English, Maths and Science for GCSE and below

I am a college student, studying biology, chemistry and psychology. I offer tutoring to GCSE level students and below. My methods and lesson structure are dependent on the subject, topic and individual, as I find that students learn in different ways.

Greater London
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Londond - Here to help; struggling with math don’t worry get help from me with ranges of pdf worksheets

I am currently a student at Queen Mary University London studying Aerospace Engineering 4 year course I have done my GCSEs (7A*-C) and college - I studied As Math with grade A and BTEC extended diploma (D*D*D*) and have experience in teaching maths.

Newcastle Upon Tyne
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4th year medical student able to give maths and chemistry lessons to primary and secondary school pupils at home

I am a fourth year medical student with the ability to give fun and informative maths lessons to pupils in primary and secondary school. My lessons are based around what you feel you need extra help with, and I can provide new strategies and new ways of thinking to help solve problems.

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A University of Kent student studying Biochemistry in Canterbury. I offer tutoring in Chemistry, Biology, Maths and Physics (up to AS level).

A passionate Biochemist undergraduate with A-levels in Chemistry, Biology and Maths. I also have an AS in Physics. In my lessons we will start by going through the specification and highlighting the weakest areas the student has. Then we will create a study plan to strengthen the weakest area of knowledge specific to the student.

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Perfect! Ibrahim has been absolutely brilliant help with our eldest son - year 9. Kai says he learns more with Ibrahim in one hour than he does in a week at school! Ibrahim is very polite and incredibly hard working and diligent - when Kai had exams coming...

Lara, student
4 days ago
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Perfect! My daughter has told me that Georgia is an excellent tutor. It seems fitting that they are the same age, as this appears to make relating seamless. One maths paper down, let's see what the final results will be :)

Victoria , student
5 days ago
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Perfect! Laura is a very pleasant, friendly tutor. She helped Ellie by concentrating on the problems she had in Maths by giving her a past paper to gauge the standard and then dealing with h the difficult topics

Carole, student
6 days ago
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Perfect! Excellent tutor and alway knows what he is talking about! Would recommend him to anyone else especially regarding very challenging content!

Ben, student
2 weeks ago
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Perfect! My Son cannot not talk any higher of the Tutor. He has improved so much since seeing Aurelian. He also cares if you pass and he often stays well over the allotted time. My Son says he is miles ahead of his school teachers in knowledge.

Paul, student
2 weeks ago
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Perfect! I’m extremely impressed with progress my daughter has made in her maths with Daniel. Prior to Daniel, she though she was no good at maths, lost her confidence and was disappointed with the results of her last test. Now, her confidence has returned...

Shianne, student
3 weeks ago
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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.