Maths Tutors covering Chelmsford
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
Parents who care deeply about their child’s academic performance are often left feeling helpless when their child is not performing to their full potential in maths. While maths tutors are plentiful, it can be difficult to be find one who is qualified to address the highly individualised struggles that children face when it comes to their performance in maths. That is why Maths Doctor carefully selects every one of the maths tutors in our network and takes even more care to be certain that their teaching methods are a strong match for your child’s maths skill and confidence levels. Once assigned, each tutor designs and delivers a maths tuition program that is specific to your child’s particular skill level so that they can maximise their potential with assignments and exercises that will help them grasps maths concepts that once eluded them. Tutoring takes place from your home so you can monitor the progress of the program at every stage as your child gains the knowledge and confidence needed to overcome their struggles with maths. With a Maths Doctor tutor, you’ll see the difference in your child’s confidence and in their exam scores.
Education in Chelmsford
As home to some two and a half thousand school aged children at any given time, the city of Chelmsford in Essex is spread over an area of around 33000 hectares and populated currently at a rate of 5 people per hectare.
Boasting a range of primary, secondary and independent schooling facilities, this area is home to a total of 168,310 people- according to the census of 2011.
Maths is important
Mathematics is a skill that comes in extremely useful in all areas of life. From applying for a home loan to managing your household budget and getting ahead in your chosen career; good maths skills will help you to excel and progress in life. It’s hard to imagine when you’re studying the more advanced maths skills that they will ever come in useful in everyday life. However, many industries rely heavily upon mathematics. Did you know for example that computers were developed by logicians and mathematicians? Even if you don’t plan on getting into a technical industry, you’ll still often need at least a Grade C in GCSE maths to get accepted into many areas of employment. If you’re hoping to get into a good university, maths is also a skill that they look for. Whether you’re looking to study mathematics at a higher level, or whether you just want to brush up on your skills; a tutor can help.