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Westwood
£30/hr
Rakhee

Rakhee - Westwood - Maths

Education is key. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Business Studies GCSE and Alevel, Maths (KS1-3) and English (KS1-3). - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a honours degree in Business Studies (BA); I have a masters in ICT in Education (MA); I have a post graduate certificate in Business and Economics Education (PGCE).

Moordown
£34/hr
Rosalind

Maths Tutor Bournemouth - Rosalind

I have been a Maths Teacher and Tutor for 13 years, developing innovative ways to "Make Maths Make Sense", whatever your learning style. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I am a Maths tutor. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a degree in Maths and Computer Science from Cambridge University (1984).

Holmfirth
£30/hr
Peter
(1 review)
1st lesson offered free !

Mature tutor offers patient teaching in mathematics to GCSE and A level.

Attempt past papers to identify weaknesses and then Google to support. Each lesson to check times tables. The most common reason pupils fail in mathematics is as a consequence of losing confidence. My earliest priority would be to remedy this by ensuring that lower order concepts had been fully understood. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach Mathematics and Information Technology.

London
£30/hr
Shareef
1st lesson offered free !

Hey! UCL chemistry student offering Chemistry, biology and maths tutoring in London. I live in Oval and study by Euston, so anywhere near here is fine for me! Let me know what you'd like to learn and

My name is Shareef Sbaiti or Shez for short. I'd love to teach chemistry and biology A levels as well as up to maths GCSE. I'd look to find out what you're struggling with so that we could target those areas.

Redcar
£25/hr
Martyn
1st lesson offered free !

Motivated History and Maths Tutor Key Stages 3 and 4 from Redcar

I am teacher with 14 years of experience at secondary level. I am qualified History teacher with lots of experience teaching maths as well. My lessons are fun, innovative and challenging with a focus on exam preparation.

Dewsbury
£25/hr
Amina

Amina - Dewsbury - Maths

I provide a stimulating and encouraging one to one tutoring, specially tailored to the students needs.. If you have any queries , I am always available to help. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach all three sciences to GCSE level( Chemistry, Biology and Physics) and A-Level Human Biology/ & Biology. GCSE and A-Level Health and Social Care.

Greater London
£20/hr
Konstantinos
1st lesson offered free !

Maths for primary and secondary school students by A Level Maths student

I don't have muchexperience at teaching as it isn't something I've done before. Though having a sister and younger relatives I'm very good with kids and hence this makes me quite interested in teaching. Myself I'm only 16 years old and being somewhat closer to these primary and secondary ages I feel that I know better than anyone on how to teach the subject.

Greater London
£28/hr
Grace
1st lesson offered free !

7+, 9+, 11+, 13+ expert private tutor in London, NW11 - fast results!

My specialities lie in preparing pupils for 7+, 11+ and 13+ entrance exams. I guarantee a noticeable improvement in the standard of your Maths and English. I am also experienced in Early Years Education in particular reading and basic maths skills.

Loughborough
£15/hr
Muhammad
1st lesson offered free !

PhD student of Engineering with vast experience of teaching offering Maths, physics & other related subjects in Leicestershire

I teach students whatever they have learnt at school, helping them with the assignments and exams. And if they are good in studies, I try to teach them ahead of their school, college so they can perform better than their peers.

Sheffield
£17/hr
Athena
1st lesson offered free !

BSc graduate and medical student offering Math and Science lessons to scholars

Having being taught in many different settings with varying teaching methods, I would like to adapt what I have learnt to suit the needs of each student. Through explanations, drawing, (even dancing if I must), I want to help achieve the full potential of each student.

London
£25/hr
Felix
1st lesson offered free !

German Chemistry with Molecular Physics student offering German, Maths and Chemistry lessons

I am currently studying Chemistry with Molecular Physics at Imperial College London and I tutor Chemistry, Maths and German at A-Level as well as GCSE Level. For our lessons I will prepare problems and exercises for you to solve during the lesson and some more to solve in your own time if you want to. In German I would like to talk in German throughout the entire lesson.

London
£18/hr
Tamsin
1st lesson offered free !

Science tutoring by Medical Student made fun with study games to help improve your Childs confidence

My tutoring style for younger students is to encourage them to have fun with studying, to make it seem less of a chore, and make the learning aspects easier. I like to mix up my lessons into 15-20 minute blocks for different topics, and also to make sure the student gets the most out of the session.

Coventry
£20/hr
Viktória
1st lesson offered free !

Chemist MSc student offering Chemistry and Maths lessons in Coventry from primary school to uni level

THE FIRST LESSON IS FREE! I approach each topic by understanding it first. Maths and chemistry are logical subjects and they are usually hard for students because they don't see the logic. By giving examples and exercises I make sure you will realise how easy are these topics.

Bolton
£14/hr
Georgia
1st lesson offered free !

A-level student studying maths, further maths, physics and chemistry. I have completed the new GCSE course for all subjects, offering GCSE maths tutoring in Bolton.

My teaching method is to tutor with the help of my own recent experience of GCSE exams. I understand the new specification and content in depth, the added pressure put on students and some of the best methods for effective revision.

London
£20/hr
Cheyenne
(1 review)

Everything comes with practice. Once you learn and practice, nothing is as hard as you think.

I believe practice is the way to learning. A lot of my teaching is based around practicing exam style questions, and questions that students would actually receive when being assessed. I use questions to try to understand which areas my students struggle with, and then target these specific areas.

Greater Marlow
£45/hr
Martin
(8 reviews)
1st lesson offered free !

Martin - Greater Marlow - Maths

I am married and live in Marlow with two children, attending Sir William Borlase and Great Marlow. Maths tutoring started with my own children and has paid off handsomely with the results they have achieved. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Mathematics at all academic levels, including certain Level 1 & 2 Open University Degree modules. - Tell me about your qualifications.

Attleborough
£15/hr
Katherine
1st lesson offered free !

Engineering student offering maths and science tutoring in coventry! Already a tutor with a high standard

I teach 2 ways, by covering and confirming what has been taught in class, making sure it is retained in long term memory. I make sure that my tutee understand and aren't afraid to ask the questions they didn't want to in class. The second way is reading ahead so when they enter class they can help others which helps them to practice revision techniques on their own and pick up explaining skills.

London
£25/hr
Maria
1st lesson offered free !

Tutoring for all subjects in Primary and Math, Spanish and English in Secondary.

I believe on using different methodologies according to the student best fit. Every child is different and learn in a different way so adjusting it is always the best policy. In tutoring you often cover the topic that they are seeing at school which allows even more flexibility in terms of the methodology to use.

Wallasey
£10/hr
Rachael
1st lesson offered free !

Education masters student looking to tutor maths at the primary school level

My teaching method depends on the student. I will plan lessons depending on whether the student works best using powerpoints, through demonstrations, using resources, practice questions etc. We can also try different ways of learning to see what the student is comfortable with. I can familiarise with whatever the student is learning currently in their class or whatever the parent/guardian sees fit.

London
£15/hr
Waiyne
1st lesson offered free !

Motivational teacher with 2 years of experience teaching maths at home in Chesham

I approach my lessons based on the student's learning preference. If the student prefers learning through visuals, I will use images and videos. If the students prefers answering questions, I will ask open-ended questions such as what they notice from the question.

York
£9/hr
Emilia
1st lesson offered free !

Chemistry student at a Russel Group university offering chemistry tuition and other related subjects

I believe everyone learns differently and I personally struggled to find my own revision method. I base my teaching on kinetic, visual and audible aids as much as possible to ensure every type of learner can benefit. I personally found answering past paper questions the most beneficial method of revision through GCSE and ALevel because they assess a lot of exam technique.

London
£30/hr
Sonubi
1st lesson offered free !

A professional math tutor with PhD in Mathematical Finance based in London

Mathematics is the bedrock of most courses which has application in different areas of life. Therefore understanding the concepts from the basis is very important. The methodology used to teach is by using examples that brings clarity to difficult concepts in mathematics and teaching one step at a time while being open to questions from students.

Bristol
£15/hr
Deimantė
1st lesson offered free !

Mathematics graduate offering maths lessons in Bristol (can teach in english or lithuanian)

I chose one-to-one tutoring as I believe every person learns differently - I base my classes on each students' learning method preferences. I offer maths classes up to university level. I can help with preparing for tests, exams or just help prepare homework.

Didcot
£14/hr
Isabel
1st lesson offered free !

Student at University of Oxford teaching Mathematics in Oxfordshire with A*s in GCSE and A level Maths

I would love to tutor students from any age up to 16. My teaching method is to start at the topics that the student finds are the most difficult and tackling them with a clear explanation and then with lots of practise questions.

Cottenham
£25/hr
Laura
1st lesson offered free !

PhD postgraduate offering lessons in Maths from aged 5-16 (year 1-year 11~GCSE)

I offer online or home tuition in a one to one format or small group sessions. I try to help the children to understand the logic behind certain scientific principles or mathematical equations using interactive learning techniques such as drawing diagrams and using objects the child can relate too e.g. money or making our own shapes.

Chatham
£30/hr
Shermin
1st lesson offered free !

Highly responsible and self-motivated Maths tutor with more than four years experience in a teaching roles.

I prepare each lesson according to the individual needs on each pupil. My method is teaching 1:1 basis and make sure they receive the required help that can improve their performance at school. Ensure the students that they are capable of achieving their goals with the right motivation.

Hatfield
£14/hr
Jake
1st lesson offered free !

University student offering maths help up to GCSE online and in Hatfield, Hertfordshire

I will base any lessons around what you specifically want help with. I am a strong believer in the power of exam practice and consistently checking understanding through quizzes. Please note that I cannot drive, and so if I am to come to you it must be within walking distance of the University of Hertfordshire.

Wolverhampton
£20/hr
Simran
1st lesson offered free !

Experienced UOB Accounting student offering KS3 - GCSE Maths tuition in Wolverhampton area

Having studied French, Business Studies and Accounting at A level, I am very confident and familiar with the types of questions exam boards ask and the skills required. I also have a strong mathematical background and understand that like languages, it does not always come naturally to everyone and sometimes requires a different method or explanation.

Hove
£25/hr
Adam
1st lesson offered free !

Experienced Teacher adept with Economics, Maths, and Spanish in Brighton and Hove

The learner is the most important element of tutoring. It is vital that the student's needs and wants are fully understood as well as maximising how they learn through various approaches. My classes are always interactive, engaging the student in all activities and ensuring that what is learnt is applicable and useful.

Hinckley
£28/hr
Ian
(9 reviews)
1st lesson offered free !

GCSE, IGCSE KS3, AS, A level and Adults. Successful graduate Maths tutor, teaching 10 miles around Hinckley, LE9 and online

I want each student to say 'Wow! I can do that now'; better still -'Wow that was interesting!' To do this, I help students to understand the subject better as well as to learn how to answer exam questions effectively. I use methods and resources to suit each student. Students generally lose any fear of maths and actually enjoy maths.

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

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2 weeks ago
Umor
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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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2 weeks ago
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.