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Becoming a human number cruncher isn't easy, but a good maths tutor can help out a lot!
Maths, the word that send chills down the spines of all students - but it doesn’t need to be that way. Don’t get me wrong, Maths is a very intense subject across but there are strategies to make maths more manageable and set yourself up for success. It's important to stay calm and use your time to set yourself up well from the start of your maths journey, all the way to super difficult maths in year 12.
In maths you can never do too many practice questions, you do not know what a test or an exam will hit you with so practising over and over means you will be prepared for whatever is thrown at you. The best way to make sure you have understood a concept is to do practice questions and then check your answers with solutions - ideally worked solutions as these give you an insight of what steps you need to include for full marks!
And of course, it is good to do as many practice exams as possible to get a feel for what it will be like under exam conditions. Doing practice exams under exam conditions allows you to both get used to the time constraints and pressure of the exam as well as get familiar with the types of questions you will be asked. The more practice exams you do, the more you will be familiar and comfortable with the questions you are asked.
Reading time in maths exams is super useful, so make sure you read every single question and get a feel for what they are asking. Know which questions will take you a lot of time or are harder and plan your time accordingly. Smashing out the quicker and easier questions is a good way to guarantee some marks on the exam. There is no point staring at a question for the first 20 minutes of your exam when another question might be something you are comfortable answering, take a deep breath, stay calm and move on to a question you are confident with (you can always come back later).
The pressure of a maths test can lead to silly mistakes in basic arithmetic and not understanding the question. It is important to read the questions carefully and make sure in your answer that you are responding to the actual question and not what you think the question might be. Maths exams will try to trick you, reading the questions carefully and using a highlighter to highlight all the key information can give you a boost!
Your maths curriculum can be quite complex, and understanding what's going on can be very daunting for new students and parents. If you ever need some assistance with your studies or subject specific help, KIS Academics tutors have a thorough understanding of their subjects and can assist in understanding curriculum requirements. Our tutors are able to provide materials and teaching on how to prepare for maths assessments. Learn about our maths tutoring and book a free study skills consultation with a KIS Academics tutor.
As a year 11 student doing ATAR, I was looking for a tutor that could help me with French. KIS Academics was incredibly helpful and fast at finding me a wace french tutor who could assist me with my studies. My tutor Eliza Carey over the past few months has helped me so much not only in French but in biology and maths as well. I’m incredibly grateful for the effort and commitment she has put into helping me be more comfortable and less stressed about the subjects I was having difficulty with. It’s been nothing but an honour to be tutored by Eliza and I strongly recommend her as a tutor
“I got the top mark for my SAC which was really nice, and I think that’s all because of my tutor”
Medha / Year 12 Student
“It's been absolutely fantastic and it's just been a very positive environment for learning”
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Hello! I am Yangda and I graduated from Cranbrook School with an ATAR of 99.55. I'm currently studying for an undergraduate research degree at the ANU in physics with minors in mathematics and computer science.
My approach to tutoring is to inspire students and cultivate the same passion that I have for teaching the subjects. As long as you love what you are learning, the marks will follow! With quite an interdisciplinary background, I will aim to put everything you are learning out of the context of an exam environment and into a broader perspective. Of course, I also have a lot of tips and tricks to maximise your marks as well! It's all about finding that sweet spot which is why each lesson will be tailored to your wants and needs.
I hope to not just be a tutor for your subjects but to be a mentor and help you achieve your goals in all aspects of life. Having been involved in a lot of extracurricular activities during my senior years in high school has taught me a lot about time management and maintaining healthy mental wellbeing. I strongly advocate for these things and will take a holistic mentoring approach to your studies which had made my high school experience very enjoyable.
Outside of my STEM studies, you'll find me jamming on the trombone and piano or cooking up a curry. Super keen to meet you all!
My name is Anna and I was very fortunate to have graduated from Methodist Ladies College with an ATAR of 99.15, placing me in the top 1% of Victoria.
VCE can be (and definitely was for me), a daunting prospect that seemingly was impossible. Even the years leading up to it also seemed hard at times. Well, I’m here to tell you from first-hand experience that with the right friends and enough guidance by your side, you can get through it!
Since graduating high school, I’ve spent my time tutoring students from primary school all the way up to Year 12. This has allowed me to gain extensive experience in effectively engaging with individuals at all different levels and honed my skills in being able to accurately recognize the skill set of each unique student and thus alter my teaching to cater to their needs.
Why should you choose me?
My style is highly focused on engagement and clarity to help you maximize understanding. Coupled with a deep understanding of the curriculum taught at all year levels, my flexible teaching approach will allow you to bypass tricky questions and concepts with ease. I am as invested in your learning as you are and will strive to help deliver you to your goal!
I’m currently studying a Bachelor of Science at The University of Melbourne. When I am not buried in lectures and assignments, I love to spend my time baking (my secret dream would be to open up a bakery). I also love passing my time by being immersed in a book or a good movie (feel free to tell me your favourites!).
That’s all from me. Please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions and hope to hear from you soon :)
Hi! I’m Dee and I’m a PhD student with over 6 years’ tutoring experience. I graduated as dux of St Leonard’s College with an ATAR of 99.75 and received a Premier’s Award for being the top Victorian student in Mathematical Methods. In addition to my study score of 50 in Mathematical Methods, I received scores of 47 in Biology and 45 in Chemistry. I bring a wealth of experience tutoring maths, biology, and general science, for students of all skill levels.
My approach to tutoring varies according to each student’s individual needs, but in general, I aim to guide students through the curriculum whilst creating a deeper understanding of the key concepts and instilling a passion for learning. While I ensure to bring my students to their maximum academic potential, I also see myself as a mentor on a broader level, giving students tips and strategies to help them navigate the stressful experience of high school.
I studied medicine at university and worked briefly in management consulting before commencing my PhD in epidemiology that I am currently undertaking at Monash University. I am also an avid writer and reader, and a big fan of AFL and basketball.
Getting a maths tutor can be helpful for you since at school it would be unlikely to get that individualised teaching from your teachers. They have a whole class to teach, so learning how to improve your approach to maths questions can be difficult when there are other students all trying to learn at the same time. Because of this, maths tutoring can be an invaluable resource to refine your skills and techniques and reach your maximal potential in the field of mathematics.
A good maths tutor should be passionate about mathematics and love teaching the subject. They should of course also be knowledgable about maths as a whole and be able to pass that knowledge onto you as well. They would also be someone who can explain concepts in different ways for you to be able to understand them well and guide you through the most effective ways to solve maths questions.
Maths is a very skills-based subject, in which a good understanding of the fundamental skills is what helps you apply them to questions of increasing complexity later on. Due to this, a maths tutor is someone who can help you learn those skills and techniques. Your tutor is also someone who can guide you on how you can set out your workings to be more efficient and clear in your mathematical communication. A tutor is also someone who can teach you the tips and tricks they learnt through their study of the subject and guide you to be the best you can be.
That's why we set out to hire only the best tutors in Australia.
We have hundreds of amazing, qualified tutors offering top quality services, starting at just $40 per hour. Whether the student is in high school or primary school, we cater for all. So, why are our tutors so amazing compared to other companies? It's simple, we pay them better. We take a low commission so you can get top scoring private tutors at the best rates.
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