Maths Tutors for GCSE

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Studying for GCSEs can be one of the most daunting times in any child’s education and the prospect of not achieving that mythical grade C in GCSE maths can weigh heavy on their minds. If you’re worried that your child may not be working at the level that they should be, or if you want to help provide them with an additional level of support, Maths Doctor is the perfect way to ensure that they achieve their full potential.

A selection of our tutors


Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • A-Level and Higher

I have lots of experience with GCSE students, offering help to students struggling with maths or physics. My passion for maths has been reinforced by my ongoing four year Master's Degree in Maths and Physics at the University of Warwick.

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • A-Level and Higher

I have tutored a large range of individuals across a range of academic levels (Key Stage 2/3, GCSE and AS/A Level) and ability. I also have a mathematics degree and am really enjoying sharing my passion for this subject with others.

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary

I am currently in my second year of training to become an A-Level Maths teacher. I am also writing an online GCSE Maths revision guide and am passionate about helping students overcome problems in mathematics and excel in this core subject.  

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Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • A-Level and Higher

I have provided Maths tuition in the past from key stage 2  up to and including A level. I find the experience very rewarding, as it allows me to pass on skills which I have learnt and mastered in this field, and which I believe in passionately.

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • A-Level and Higher

I qualified as a teacher in 1997 by completing a probationary year of teaching in a London School. I have taught for 17 years in the primary sector, all year groups. I have also privately tutored up to and including GCSE level.

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary

As well as private one-to-one teaching experience, I have extensive classroom experience. I am a patient tutor and have particular familiarity with the Welsh curriculum.

Maths Tutor
  • Primary
  • Secondary
  • University

I have extensive tutoring experience for a diverse range of students. I have tutored Mathematics at the University of London. I have also worked for two other well-known tuition companies before joining Maths Doctor where I now happily tutor a number of students.

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Our Prices

Why Maths Doctor

What our students say:

Charlotte
Charlotte
I needed the extra help to get my A*
Jamie
Jamie
I went from a D to a B.

We’ve got years of experience in maths tuition and our trained advisers are on hand to deliver a free, no commitment assessment to explain how Maths Doctor can benefit your child’s needs and development. With prices starting from £18 per hour, Maths Doctor is the best value option to supplement your child’s education and ensure that they’re working at the level they’re truly capable of.

With access to 1000s of tutors, Maths Doctor provides premium 1-2-1 tailored tuition that is designed around the needs and abilities of each individual student. Whether they need some additional help with their algebra or if fractions and long division are giving them a headache, or even if they just want someone to help go through old exam papers with them to build up confidence, Maths Doctor is the ideal way to ensure that they go into their exams fully prepared.

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Did you know?

Many jobs – including nursing, firefighting and primary school teaching – require at least a C in GCSE maths, yet only 58% of GCSE maths students achieved a pass rate of A*-C in 2013.

Anyone can learn to pass GCSE maths: several five-year-old children have passed, as well as a 79-year-old pensioner who got a grade B!