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Nur kamer
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Maths and German have never been so enjoyable with home or online tuition

I am a medical doctor training in Oxford University Hospital in Oxford. I am really enjoying maths, german and biology with all students interested in. I ask all my students where they find it not okay and revise with them in the end. Students can ask questions without concern. My philosophy is that knowledge is the most precious thing in life.

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I am a postdoctoral research associate at the Department of Aerospace Engineering, University of Liverpool. I can help you by teaching anything related to Maths, Physics and Chemistry.

I teach by first explaining a problem which connects to real world scenarios for better understanding. In this way students can connect the theoretical knowledge to real world problems. I also guide the students to solve exercises instead of giving away the answers.

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BSc Mathematics student looking to share my extensive knowledge in A-Level & GCSE Math.

I believe in teaching in chronological order beginning at the understanding and ending at the technique and then perfecting with repeated practice questions. I teach my students how to help themselves in their own time.

Kingston upon Thames
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KS2 /KS3, 7+, 11+, Maths, English and Science tutor in South West London

I prefer to tutor 7+, 11+ and GCSE student, help them with Mathis, Science and English. I can only teach after school hour or weekend and willing to travel 10 miles. I can start syllabus from the start and chart out the number of lesson needed finish the course, also give tests after each topic.

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Passionate Science Teacher based near St Helens, Wigan, and Warrington with PGCE.

I expect everyone in my lesson to be able to step up from Bronze, Silver up to Gold / Silver, I do this by using academic data, using seating plans, setting differentiated worksheets and groupwork.

(1 review)
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Current A-Level Student - Offering to give GCSE 9-1 (New Spec) Lessons

I like to keep my lessons a bit relaxed so students can feel free to ask my any questions they have without being shy. I like to base my lessons and teaching style of how I have been taught and what seemed to have worked for me, but I am free to changing it slightly or adapting it to however the student feels most comfortable.

(1 review)
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Maths, Chemistry, Physics and Biology tutoring in Sudbury from an A-level maths and science student.

I can hold lessons at the students house, however many prefer to have them at Sudbury library which is a convenient learning environment. My teaching method is adaptable to most students however with most of my lessons I ensure they have a good understanding of each unit with comprehensive notes and straight forward and key points that exam boards require to achieve the best grades.

Rayyan binti
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An Earth Science student studying in UCL. Offering Math, Chemistry and English lesson up to university level.

I prefer to do a lesson face to face rather than online. But if you only available online we can discuss further for an arrangement. Each lesson will be around 2 hours. My style is more to assist you to understand things you have learnt rather than teaching you a new one.

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Keen and energetic mathematics tutor for 1:1 teaching current University student studying Mathematics and Statistics

I am keen to get students up to where they need to be and I usually work best from material in books and going over exercises with students. I am also able to create exercises on the spot from may different mathematics topics.

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Westminster School alumni tutors maths (up to A-Level standard) in Greater London

I believe that academic success is contingent on two fundamentals: genuine interest and exam technique. My tutoring sessions are tailored to showing tutees why maths is something that they can find genuine enjoyment in, as well as ensuring that their skills are in line with what examiners want to see.

Dr parikh
(4 reviews)

Dr Parikh -PhD qualified, highly experinced Maths tutor, Online tuition, Examiner and University Lecturer

PhD qualified highly experienced tutor and examiner. I have got many books and all the past exam papers. Most of my students have achieved very good result in their exam. I have received an award for Top 3 private tutors in Oxford.

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3rd year Mechanical Engineering student offers maths lessons in Southampton for A levels and Uni.

I base my classes on first a review or explanation of theoretical concepts, also answering any questions the tutee may have, and then I will help them solve exercises that they have or that I have found, in order to consolidate them; indeed, I will solve these exercise beforehand so that I can give them some hints or explain them if they cannot manage fully on their own (not copying).

(2 reviews)
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Highly Experienced Maths Teacher with a First Class Maths Degree and a Secondary Maths Teaching PGCE

Calm clear approach Range of activities Concepts explained in many different ways Aim to make learning as fun as possible Will help you achieve your absolute best

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A level student at Townley Grammar school. I teach the subjects Maths, Chemistry and Physics at GCSE :D (I also learn them at A-level)

First I would ask the student what they want to learn and if they either want to reinforce what they are doing in class or go ahead, or even behind to fix some problems he/she has had before. If they don't want to do this I'll just do the hard topics with them.

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I am an enthusiastic maths tutor based in Uckfield, East Sussex, who genuinely believes anyone can find maths easy

I firmly believe the only reason people struggle with maths is because it has not been explained to them in a way they can understand. Therefore, by approaching each topic in a way that makes sense to each individual student, I am able to break down the solid brick walls people often find themselves banging their heads on. I teach all levels up to GCSE.

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Engineering graduate offering mathematics and applied science one-on-one tutoring in the Godalming and Guildford area.

My teaching style is to build my own papers and questions that are more difficult than standard exam questions, and then work through them with students using rules and methodology which prove the effectiveness of those methods in other less difficult questions.

Milton Keynes
Erin marie
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A-Level student offering Maths tutoring up to GCSE Level in Milton Keynes

I teach very much how I like to be taught myself; I am a very visual learner and believe that students learn more effectively when they have a diagram that shows them what they have been given in the question and what it is that they must work out

Lower Stondon
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First Class Mathematics graduate offering GCSE & A-Level Maths and Further Maths tutoring online

I offer tuition for GCSE and A-Level Maths and Further Maths. My teaching methods emphasise using worked examples, practice example questions and past exam papers. I like to cover the context of each topic, starting with the actual meaning of what you are learning, to understand why we do something in a certain way.

Saxton and Ulleskelf
(9 reviews)
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Kathryn - Saxton and Ulleskelf - Maths

Motivated and organised independent maths tutor, focused on creating a positive and engaging environment to facilitate learning and aid confidence. With over three years' experience tutoring UK students. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I tutor chemistry and mathematics to GCSE level or equivalent.

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Accounting student offering maths and business studies lessons up to GCSE level in London.

I am a very good maths and business studies teacher, who gives lessons to children from key stage 1 up to GCSE. I have always based my teaching around the school curriculum, keeping students one step ahead of what they are currently learning in class. My methodology of teaching is to make sure kids actually understand the work even if it takes time.

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Computer Science Student at University of Southampton offering Maths, Physics and Computer Science tutoring

I can teach GCSE Maths, Sciences and Computing/ICT and A-Level Maths, Physics or Computer Science. I like to introduce a concept to the student, explain how and why this concept is important and demonstrate this by tackling a couple of example questions. The further context of this concept will also be looked at.

(2 reviews)
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3rd Year King's College London student studying a Chemistry MSci in London

I am a third year undergraduate student studying Chemistry MSci at King's College London, currently tracking at a 1st. I tutor secondary school, GCSE, BTEC and AS/A2 Level. My lessons would include an in depth explanation in certain areas that the student finds difficult. Followed by questions and working through some harder examples.

Appley Bridge
(2 reviews)
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Primary school teacher for over 20 years. Offering online maths lessons to nursery and primary school aged children (3 to 11 year olds).

I believe people learn best when they are relaxed and involved in their learning. Teaching from where the student is up to and using fun resources and step-by-step explained and demonstrated approaches to aid in understanding the processes involved. Lessons will be tailored to your child’s needs after an informal assessment session. Lessons can focus on school set homework tasks when required.

(8 reviews)

Imad (BSc, MSc) in Hammersmith tutors Maths, Further Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, General Science

I am an experienced professional full time tutor with a 1st Class Honours degree, BSc(Hons), in Electrical/Electronic Engineering and an MSc in Information Engineering. Prior to becoming a tutor I worked for prestigious Wall Street Investment banks. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Maths and Physics at all levels up to A level. Further Maths at A level.

(4 reviews)

Roberta - PhD in Biophysics, Master in Education - experienced science tutor specialised in Physics from KS3 to A-Level

'Study the science of art. Study the art of science. Develop your senses. Learn how to see. Realise that everything connects to everything else'. Leonardo da Vinci - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all the sciences, but I have a long term passion for Physics. - Tell me about your qualifications.

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Top Tutor offering Maths, English and 11+ in and around South East London

I base my tutoring around the homework supplied by the student. I am a highly experienced tutor, tutoring pupils up to the age of 16, including preparation for the 11+ and GCSE. I tutor Maths, Verbal Reasoning, Non-verbal Reasoning, English and Science.

Letchworth Garden City
(10 reviews)

Highly experienced tutor offering tailor made solutions to suit individual student's needs.

My style of coaching is pretty much hands-on ensuring that basic concepts are fully understood before doing plenty of practice using past papers and appropriate mark schemes. This is of course done taking into account of the students needs and focusing on the areas they may find challenging.

(6 reviews)

Bespoke tuition in maths and physics - qualified teacher with many years of experience.

I am an experienced classroom teacher working as a full-time tutor. Whether you are seeking short term tuition in the run up to exams or more long term tuition, I'll be glad to help. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach A-level mathematics (pure, statistics and mechanics), GCSE, IGCSE and International Baccalaureate Mathematics (HL and SL). I also teach physics to the same level.

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Portsmouth, maths, english, at university of portsmouth studying childhood and youth studies with psychology

I will teach children the topics they do not understand and make sure they know what they are doing. Hand some sheets which are relevant to what topics or units they are studying. With the other topics just recap them.

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Maths, art, religious studies and numeracy at a GCSE level around Wrexham and North Wales.

my method is to help students in GCSE revision and work to a method that suits them. I will work out how they best learn and adapt to that. for example I can work with visual learners by helping them to do mind maps or drawings whilst revising a topic.

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Mohammed, student
4 days ago
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Perfect! Babar is a very good teacher. He explains concepts thoroughly and is articulate as well which helps in ensuring the student understands the concepts. He is also good at explaining concepts using computational tools.

Saagar, student
5 days ago
(10 reviews)

Perfect! Great tutor, he explained everything in detail and really helped my son progress and develop his understanding of maths and physics.

Amanda, student
2 weeks ago
(1 review)

Perfect! Myriam Is a terrific tutor who will help you in all the areas that you find difficult. Myriam is very patient and works with steady speed. At the end of each lesson she will summarize the session and everything makes sense . I highly recommend...

Noreen, student
3 weeks ago
(12 reviews)

Perfect! Andrew gives my teenage son support by helping him understand his math lessons and goes through his homework with him. Andrew is really understanding and by son finds him really approachable and kind. Thank you Andrea for helping my son build his...

Emma, student
3 weeks ago
(1 review)

Perfect! Sean has been great with my son and is a great tutor, would definitely recommend.

Jo, 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.