As a parent of a toddler, you have already started thinking about how fruitful your child’s future will be. You are already hoping that he or she will excel in mathematics and in time pursue a career in the mathematical field that allows him or her to obtain career success. So from a very tender […]

3 May 2021 ∙ 7 minutes reading time

"Maths is just not a subject I can grasp!" You often hear your children utter these dreadful words. As a parent, you may feel that you cannot help your child with maths as you too are not a "maths person". Then you dwell on the belief that maths and the ability to calculate easily is […]

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For so many of us, the importance of mathematics at school is questionable, because we simply have mental blocks against it. Unfortunately, these blocks originate in the formative years of learning when we literally don’t spend enough time understanding maths terminology or are intimidated by the classroom pressure or teacher. All of these things create […]

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You would not be alone if understanding mathematics has caused you many frayed nerves and tears. When it comes to the study of mathematics it is quite common for many individuals to feel a high degree of anxiety and fear, especially around exam time. Unfortunately, this can start at primary school and continue all the […]

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"The pure mathematician, like the musician, is a free creator of his world of ordered beauty." -Bertrand Russell Mathematics is an essential academic discipline that has many different topics worthy of studying such as geometry, trigonometry, and algebra. In today's article, we will examine a lot of necessary information about algebra and try to encourage […]

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Whether it’s basic elementary grade math or pre-algebra, many students in the UK struggle in arithmetic every year. While some teachers have turned to more creative approaches in teaching elements in reading and maths courses, sometimes students and adults alike need a bit of extra support. Luckily, we've laid out a guide that can help you […]

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27 Feb 2019 ∙ 7 minutes reading time

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28 Jul 2017 ∙ 7 minutes reading time

Mathematics is defined as “The abstract science of number, quantity, and space, either as abstract concepts (pure mathematics), or as applied to other disciplines such as physics and engineering (applied mathematics).” Confusing, right? For years pupils have seen maths as merely a set of ideas such as: Geometry, Calculation, mental maths Pythagoras’ or Thales' theorem, […]

29 Jun 2017 ∙ 8 minutes reading time

Why Learn Maths? Like many of us, you may not be too keen on listening to your maths teacher and your maths education may not be filled with inspiration. Apart from the fact that the National Curriculum and the school system impose maths lessons on us, what good reasons are there for all that maths […]

27 Jun 2017 ∙ 5 minutes reading time

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### Find the Right Maths Tutor for your Maths Lessons

Maths is a nightmare for many students.

However, it’s a subject that everyone has to study during their time at school. A lot of degrees will require at least some knowledge of maths and many careers also require a decent knowledge of the subject.

The first important maths exam most students take in South Africa is the Matric Maths final and they’ll be expected to know things like Pythagorus’ theorem, trigonometry, exponential functions and logarithms.

If you continue to study maths at tertiary level, you’ll end up moving on to more complicated topics like multivariate calculus and differential equations.

For those who studied maths a long time ago, it might be quite useful to get a few maths tutorials in order to catch up.

### Why Should You Take Maths Classes?

Even though there are decent online maths courses covering topics like algebra, trigonometry, and geometry, they’ll never replace a quality private maths tutor.

When should you get private maths tutorials or academic support?

As soon as you can!

Is your child struggling with probabilities? Are they not sure what an exponent is?

Do they want to study maths at university and need some help?

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A maths tutor is the ideal solution for improving your maths skills.

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#### How Do You Find the Right Maths Tutor?

Whether you opt for online maths tutorials from a qualified maths tutor or from someone studying maths, their teaching approach is important.

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In-home private tutorials can help students improve their mental arithmetic, study for exams with revision materials, or even act as an intensive maths course for those who need to brush up on certain aspects of the subject.

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Maths help needs to be comprehensive. The private tutors on our platform offer personalised tutorials based on their students’ needs.