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10.17.2020

Maths Tutors covering Reading

Why choose Maths Doctor?

  • Maths Doctor has been awarded Best Private Tutoring company of 2014
  • We fully train and certify all of our tutors
  • Every one of our tutors is regularly CRB/DBS checked
  • Your child is matched with a tutor based on learning type and goal
  • You will receive feedback about your child after every lesson
  • Free no obligation taster session

At Maths Doctor, we work closely with students to give them the confidence and ambition to achieve in maths. Working with pupils of all ages and ability levels, our maths tutors in Reading provide a tailored service, accommodating the learning needs and goals of each child. If your child is in currently in sixth form and hoping to study maths at university level or would benefit from extra tuition to give them a boost before an entrance exam for a local independent school, Maths Doctor is on hand to help. We know that students perform better academically when they feel confident and comfortable. With this in mind, we assess each child’s needs individually, matching them with the maths mentor who is best suited to their requirements. As well as structured maths tuition that builds knowledge and develops ability, our tutors pass on study techniques that help students across subjects.

Education in Reading

An area of 7 state operated secondary schools, Reading as a borough grants just 79% of its secondary school aged students admission into their first choice of institution year on year. A further 13% are granted places at their second choice, and around 2% into their third selection. 86% of students educated in the region pursue higher qualifications after completing the obligatory GCSE examination process. We understand the importance of getting a good grade in that maths GCSE and can provide top quality tutors who fully understand the curriculum.

From honing exam technique to refreshing their revision methods, maths tuition can boost performance and help your child develop positive work habits for the future. Maths has long been at the centre of the academic curriculum. Our tutors work with individuals to plan a path to their personal maths goals – whether they want to ensure they are entered for the higher GCSE maths paper or need to secure a top A-Level grade to study maths or a subjects like physics and computer science at university. Through regular assessment, tutor and tutee work together to extract maximum benefit from the study commitment. There are some fantastic schools in and around Reading, with great achievement levels and entry requirements to match. If your son or daughter wants to take maths at A-level in one of the local schools or sixth from colleges, they’re likely to need a B at GCSE level in order to progress. To find out more about GCSE and A-level maths tuition in your area as well as tutoring at other levels, contact a Maths Doctor learning adviser on 0800 088 2820. Following a no-obligation assessment, individuals can be matched with the right tutor the very next day.

Top performing schools in Reading

Primary

  • St Martin’s Catholic Primary School
  • Caversham Primary School
  • Park Lane Primary School
  • Emmer Green Primary School

Secondary

  • The Abbey School Reading
  • Reading School
  • Kendrick School
  • Queen Anne’s School

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