Maths Tutors covering Billericay
Areas we cover in Essex
Basildon, Benfleet, Billericay, Braintree, Brentwood, Buckhurst Hill, Chelmsford, Colchester, Dovercourt, Grays, Great Leighs, Harlow, Harold Wood, Hockley, Loughton, Romford, Southend on Sea, Thorpe Bay, West Mersea, Westcliff, on Sea, Wickford, Witham
Billericay is like many locations in the home counties when it comes to parents feeling like their child might not be reaching their full potential in maths. With oversubscribed schools and pupils struggling for support, Maths Doctors provides private tuition to that’s accessible and affordable. Our highly trained tutors specialise in personalising lesson plans that are designed to help your child conquer the areas of maths they are weak in and at the same time fill them with confidence. You will see the different this support can make to their education as a whole when Maths Doctor becomes involved. If you’d like to hear more about our one-to-one tutoring in Billercay and everywhere in the UK, simply fill out the form to the right.
Education in Billericay
The percentage of teenagers educated in or around Billericay who go on to study for A-levels stands at around 85%. Of these, 32% go into further education colleges, 34% into school sixth form and just 16% into sixth form colleges. Despite these characteristically impressive figures however, less than half will ultimately progress to university level.
Maths is important
When Neil Armstrong landed on the moon, he could easily calculate how many steps it took him to get from the landing module to the lunar surface - “one small step” ! The truth is Neil Armstrong was an aerospace engineer, naval aviator and fighter pilot who eventually became a university professor - with just a short interlude as an astronaut in between – so it's likely his mathematical abilities were pretty high. If you aim for a career in aerospace engineering or cosmology, it's unlikely that you'll end up on the moon, but you'll still be pursuing a worthwhile, interesting and lucrative career. Naturally, the entry-level point for any cosmologist, aerospace engineer or astronomer is a degree in which a dedicated amount of mathematical ability has been displayed, so if you fancy taking on a career that's definitely “out of this world” then you're going to have to take your mathematical studying very seriously.