Maths Tutors covering Hackney
Areas we cover in Hackney
Hackney, Hoxton, Stoke Newington
With maths forming one of the core subjects, it is becoming increasingly important that all students leave school with at least a grade C in order to be able to progress to the higher education institution of their choice. Maths Doctor identifies the strengths and weaknesses of each student and produces a tailored lesson plan that will help them progress with confidence towards the grade that they deserve. To find out more about Maths Doctor tuition, simply fill in the form on the right or call one of our learning advisers on 0800 088 2820.
Education in Hackney
Only 67.2% of secondary school applicants got into their first choice in Hackney, compared to other places like 98.8% in Derbyshire. Missing out on their preferred school can be a demotivation for students and they might not receive the support they’d hoped for in maths. With Maths Doctor on hand to provide personalised tuition that helps your child excel in every area of maths and continually feel supported and have the confidence to push themselves will mean the world is their oyster. Contact us today for a no obligation assessment and free tailored lesson plan by filling out the form to the right.
Maths is important
Very few people will need to address a quadratic equation or use an in-depth knowledge of Sin, cos and Tan on a daily basis. But what we undoubtedly will use are the thinking techniques and problem-solving skills we learnt when studying maths at school. Maths provides us with a way of thinking that has a host of applications away from the classroom. Having maths skills at our command means being able to work out whether we have enough change for the bus, how big a mortgage we can afford and make informed decisions about which type of car financing to opt for. Although it may not seem as though these types of problems have anything to do with the maths we’re taught in the classroom, they do. Life’s problems, just like mathematical ones, require us to weigh up, sort and process information in a certain order. Only once this has been done can intelligent answers be found. Studying maths teaches us to answer questions automatically, without even later realising that mathematics has given us the means.