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Maths Tutors for International Baccalaureate (IB)

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10.17.2020

If your child’s studies are about to take them abroad for an International Baccalaureate you’ll want to know that this adventure is one that gives the results it has the potential to, not only that but your child will have a support network to turn to should they need it. Maths Doctor offers an award-winning tutoring service for IB maths students that’s tried and tested.

With our tailored tutoring plan that comes from an assessment of the student’s abilities, we introduce a personally selected tutor that will perfectly fit that individual’s needs and who will be able to challenge them to push themselves further and to develop their confidence. This particular tutorial support not only helps boost the IB grades but also encourages the student’s critical thinking as well as their independent learning skills for life and their future careers.

The Maths Doctor tutor will assist the student to grasp any maths topic they might be struggling with by approaching it in unique and personalised ways, the tutor will rejuvenate the student’s passion for maths and increase their motivation to strive for better results.

Each student will receive help in preparing for their exams and course tests, given tips for revision and support when they need it, all this goes into giving them the best chance for optimum results. This higher level of maths receives global recognition and will give the student an unrivalled platform to spring from to dive into their dream career.

Should a student be looking for an English supplement to their studies abroad to help them achieve their full potential with Maths Doctor’s 1-2-1 tuition, just fill out the form to the right and one of our advisers will be in touch for a no obligation assessment and to deliver your free lesson plan that requires no registration. What are you waiting for?

Did you know?

The International Baccalaureate is studied in 146 countries by over 1,132,000 students.

Of the 21,327 students who sat the English language IB Diploma exams in November 2012, more than 5,000 sat maths and computer science exams.

The IB Diploma pass rate has been over 79% since 2008.

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