Maths Tutors covering Westminster
Areas we cover in Westminster
Bayswater, Marylebone, St John's Wood, Westminster
In an academic environment in which maths scores are increasingly important for determining a child’s future, parents are understandably concerned when their children are not performing to their full potential in the subject. At Maths Doctor, we alleviate that concern by offering a personalised maths tuition program to your student based on their current skills and confidence level in maths. Our maths tutors come from a variety of backgrounds, from university students to retired professors. The common thread that unites all of them is their sincere commitment to seeing your child meet and exceed expectations in maths. No matter what level your child is at currently, our maths tutors meet them where they are and guide them toward their full potential in maths. As a parent, you can be certain that your child’s specific needs are being met by monitoring the progress of a tuition program that is tailor-made to your student. These programs not only address your child’s weaknesses in the subject, they also function to complement your child’s strengths. The end results are higher exam scores and increased confidence, both oh which can make you feel more secure about your child’s academic future.
Education in Westminster
A shocking 50% of secondary schools are oversubscribed in Westminster and only 58.4% of students got into their first choice. Do you worry that your child is at a disadvantage they can’t help? With Maths Doctor’s tailored tuition and personalised lesson plans that work completely for your child alone, they will feel completely supported and regain their confidence in maths. For a no obligation assessment and free lesson plan without the need to register, just fill out the form to the right of this page and one of our advisers will be in touch.
Maths is important
It’s fairly obvious why we need to learn basic maths skills. Being able to add up and subtract will help you in numerous ways throughout your life. However, it runs a lot deeper than that. Many people don’t realise just how important maths really is for their development. Helping to build stronger brain muscles, this subject also affects how you end up living your life. Without a good maths grade, you’ll struggle to get into your chosen university. You’ll also find it difficult when it comes to finding a good job. A GCSE Grade ‘C’ is the minimum that most employers look for. Having a good grade shows you’re a logical thinker and you can handle the different tasks your job will require of you. For example, if you hope to work in a retail store, you’ll likely need to handle customer purchases. Without good maths skills this would be a really difficult task. Maths affects your life in so many ways. So if you are finding it hard, why not hire a tutor? They will help to make this complicated subject a lot easier to understand.