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- Tell us your postcode, subject, level and when you want lessons.
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- You choose the tutor who can best help you fulfil your potential.
- The tutor will build a lesson plan to match your needs within your curriculum.
Students' CommentsMr SW of LS13 xxx says:
'Wonderful Tutor with a real enthusiasm for Numeracy. My 15 yr old son found her tutoring very positive and interesting. I wish we had found this tutor 6 months ago. I would highly recommend her. She was very knowledgeable.'
Ms LH of PR7 xxx says:
'What can I say? She was excellent! I was attempting my third and final go at the QTS numeracy skills test and constantly thinking 'what if I don't pass this exam?' The alternative had my stomach in knots.January and I worked through the skills test book and some online tests'
Mr BT of NW4 xxx says:
'Extremely competent tutor and lovely person:my daughter got on very well with Alay and gained her confidence back through his competent and reassuring approach. Alay managed to go over the entire IB Standard Maths programme in 10 sessions of two hours over the three weeks before Easter and to reinforce the areas that needed attention. My daughter has since been practising with the help of Alay's notes and feels ready to sit her IB S Maths exams next week. We were very lucky to find Alay at short notice.'
Mrs LM of BN2 xxx says:
'Superstar tutor!!! Francesca got an A in maths!!!'
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There are 18 A Level maths modules. Very few tutors teach all of these modules. We tell you which tutors teach which modules.
We also tell you which maths tutors support QTS Numeracy, International Baccalaureate, Common Entrance, Common Academic Scholarship Exams and Grammar Schools 11+.
Mrs OG of E4 xxx says:
'Saeed guided me towards passing a maths equivalencey test to get on to a PGCE course. I started from a very low base having not studied maths for nearly ten years but his wonderfully clear explanations and patience really made the difference. I would definitely recommend him to anyone in need of a maths tutor.'
Mr UM of SE15 xxx says:
'Reza is very organised and very helpful and also asks challenging questions which makes me think more about maths rather than just the content for the exam. In just one month I can already see improvements in my work in terms of how I answer questions and check the answers. His style of tutoring is a mix of both exam questions and content which is really helpful especially for A-level.'
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